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Wednesday June 28th, 2017 6:39AM

LISTEN: Research shows Christian millennials are not going to church, why?

By Afternoon News Wrap

Author of "Abandoned Faith: Why Millennials are Walking Away and How You Can Lead Them Home” and Christian radio talk show host, Dr. Alex McFarland, explains how churches can bring young adult Christians back to worship. 

He also answers the question of how far churches should go todo that. 

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Author of "Abandoned Faith: Why Millennials are Walking Away and How You Can Lead Them Home” and Christian radio talk show host, Dr. Alex McFarland, explains how churches can bring young adult Christians back to worship.
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