A recent study has revealed that kids who read the Bible growing up are more likely to continue in the faith as adults.

 

The study, called "Nothing Less: Engaging Kids in a Lifetime of Faith," was conducted by LifeWay Research. It found that the biggest factor in predicting whether or not a child would continue in the faith as an adult after being raised in a Christian home was based on whether or not the child read the Bible regularly growing up.

 

Other factors which influenced whether or not a child grew up to be a practicing Christian were whether or not they spent time in prayer, whether or not they served in church, whether or not they listened to Christian music, and whether or not they participated in mission trips or projects.

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Posted by Azania Phillips Friday, October 20, 2017 10:27:00 AM

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