(RNS) — A weekend trip to my hometown makes the statistics more personal (and painful): Only about 1 in 5 young adults were Protestant in 2018, compared with twice that when I was in high school.
(RNS) — Are we experiencing the opposite of a ‘Great Awakening’ in the US today?
WHEATON, Ill. (RNS) — Neighborly Faith is a nationwide movement to bring Christians and Muslims together.
(RNS) — Eleanor and her fellow millennials on CBS' afterlife sitcom would rather change the rules for getting into heaven than submit to traditions that don't fit their best selves.
(RNS) — Filmmaker Sarah Feinbloom talked to Religion News Service about reconnecting with the millennials she interviewed 17 years ago and how their faith journeys mirror national trends.
(RNS) — Faith shifts can raise even more questions for millennials and other young adults as they begin to have children.
(RNS) — A new study by the Christian research firm Barna Group suggests faith can be an asset when dealing with mental health concerns.
CHICAGO (RNS) — Dinner churches are popping up across the country in churches in a number of denominations, conservative and progressive, urban and rural and everything in between.
The recent runaway success of the Enneagram among young American Christians can be attributed at least in part to a logical backlash we should have seen coming.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (RNS) — Nuns & Nones is a growing alliance connecting Catholic women religious, most of whom are over 60, with 20- and 30-something millennials, many of whom identify as religious 'nones.'
Nearly 200 years ago, Joseph Smith asked God which church was true. Today, Mormon missionary work assumes this is still people's most burning question.
(RNS) — Creating bespoke religious traditions as they are, it makes sense that millennials would also create bespoke relationship models.
INDIANAPOLIS (RNS) — The chance to discuss 'Harry Potter' from a spiritual standpoint is what brought hundreds of fans to a live taping of 'Harry Potter and the Sacred Text' last week in a sold-out auditorium at the Indianapolis Public Library’s Central Library.
Americans are less religious than ever, especially if they're under 30 -- but even middle-aged Gen Xers are part of the trend away from religion, a new study shows.
Pastors and parents everywhere want to know how to reach Generation Z, now in their teens and twenties. But this self-congratulatory guide by a megachurch pastor is not the way to go about it.
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