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Faith in the contemporary world

Submitted by AlexBrod » Sat 25-May-2024, 06:13

Subject Area: General

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Hi, forum members! Recently, I started thinking about the role of the church in modern society. When I was a teenager, I was quite active in my local church youth group, and it was a big part of my life. But now, as an adult, I’ve noticed that many people around me seem indifferent to religion and hardly ever attend church services. What do you think has led to this change? Does anyone have thoughts or personal experiences to share? I'd love to hear your perspectives and stories.

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RE: Faith in the contemporary world

very nice

By mark1654 » Sat 25-May-2024, 06:21, My rating: ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭

Hi there! The church isn't just for prayer; it's also a community center providing support for many people. These days, churches are adapting by offering diverse programs for all ages. Young individuals can engage in exciting activities and volunteer projects, which help them develop skills and forge new friendships. For adults and seniors, Saints church in Melbourne can offer spiritual support and a venue to meet like-minded individuals. Even if you're not religious, visiting a church can enhance your life with new experiences and beneficial connections.

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