In the United States, nineteen percent of high school graduates are illiterate.
That’s a tragedy with lifelong implications.
In U.S. churches, one-third of youth group alumni do not know what the Gospel is. In one study, this one-third defined the Christian Gospel as “being a good person” and did not mention Jesus at all in their response.
That’s a tragedy with eternal implications.
It’s no wonder seventy-percent of teenagers leave the church after high school and only thirty-percent remain.
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