Month: August 2021

Movement Combats Decline in Teen Church Attendance by Helping Youth See More Than Just an Institution

As Generation Z marks the first truly “post-Christian” generation, with studies showing young people dropping out of Church in droves, a movement has spread to hundreds of churches to foster intergenerational relationships in hopes of keeping young people in the Church.  With Bible reading, church attendance and religious affiliation steadily declining for decades, the Church continues to experience what …

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Christian Magistrate Sacked after Saying Children Do Best with Mother and Father Dies

Richard Page, a Christian family magistrate who was sacked after saying children do best when raised by a mother and father, has died. He was 74. Page was a magistrate for 15 years and non-executive director of an NHS trust. In deliberations on an adoption case with two other magistrates, he said it was best …

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Families ‘Rejected’ by Churches Unable to Handle Special Needs Children Find Acceptance

The DiToro family in Westbury, New York, is among many that have felt rejected by churches incapable or unwilling to handle the challenges presented by their children with special needs.  Edward and Jessica DiToro and their 7-year-old special needs son, Samuel, say they were turned away and rejected from a local church. They claim that …

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