The Number One Predictor of Whether a Teenager Will Attend Church as an Adult


The experts at Fuller Youth Institute’s College Transition Project identified that the most influential factor in determining whether or not a child will attend church as an adult is how accurately he or she understands the Gospel.

In 133 hours of one-on-one interviews, 267 Christian teenagers were asked to describe their religious beliefs; the word “grace” was used three times.

The word “Gospel,” …..not once.

It’s not surprising that American churches have only a thirty percent success rate in forming kids with lasting faith in Christ (and a seventy-percent rate of failure). That’s a statistic Rooted wants to flip.

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