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Our Youth Are Leaving the Church - The Catholic Church is hemorrhaging teens and young adults, and youth group isn't slowing that down. How can we minister to them to create disciples?

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Dear Church, Here’s Why People Are Really Leaving You A hard, honest look at why people are really leaving the church.

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Why My Church Doesn't Have a Singles Ministry - I’m a 40+ year old virgin Christian looking for a church that has a ministry for me. Not a singles ministry, those inevitably suggest that life is somehow incomplete without a spouse.