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Young Adults Keep Christian Label, Shed Many Practices - LifeWay Research
Cornerstone Young Adults is a group of college-age and twenty-somethings who believe there is more to life than what we see. We seek to learn more about God and use that knowledge to better love those around us. Life Groups formerly known as small groups meet in homes to learn more about faith in Jesus and build community. Each group is made up of about young adults and led by a couple from Cornerstone Church.
For many, there is a sense that we are losing the next generation of young adults because of forces beyond our control—and that there is hardly anything we do which will make a real difference. However, in my dissertation research I examined what was helping and hindering twenty-somethings from staying engaged spiritually and finding their places in faith communities after graduating from college. Through that research, I realized there are key actions people who care about the next generation can take that will make a significant difference. What follows are a few of those ideas.
And as a whole, they have conflicting recollections about the churches they attended in high school. LifeWay Research surveyed more than 2, American adults between the ages of 23 and 30 who attended a Protestant church twice a month or more for at least a year as a teenager. Today, 39 percent say they consider themselves a devout Christian with a strong faith in God.