Attendance is still high, but people worship less often and Gen-Xers are drifting away.
Millennials are incredibly diverse — so how can the church adapt to engage this generation?
The tattooed, profanity-loving Lutheran pastor wants nothing more than to tell it like it is.
The next Christian witness will look more like the “unchurched” than the “churched.”
Five traits the late Watergate-implicated, prison reforming evangelist shared with Millennials.
I talked to hundreds of people in the Big Apple about God. Here’s what they said.
Four ways young believers are staying close to home to fight systematic injustices.
The open Internet is crucial for the future of religious life and interfaith action in America.
Blending a love of Jesus with hipster tendencies: the Millennial Christian struggle.
Christianity isn’t in trouble at all. Churches are in trouble. Here’s why.
Secularism doesn’t fill the longing of the human heart, but neither will “cultural Christianity.”
To do something big, you first need the courage and perseverance to be faithful in the small.
Religion is not just a placeholder for other interests — it is a powerful motivator.
Young adults’ views on moral issues are a long way from what some major religions preach.
If you’re dissatisfied with the local church, don’t leave it. Pray for it. Bless it. Serve it. Love it to life.
Christians will look a lot more like Jesus if they quit doing these five things.
A Q&A with Rachel Held Evans on the ills of American Christianity and what attracts millennials to church.