#82: Is Christianity in the US Dead?

A recent Pew Research Center poll found that the Christian population in the United States has dropped down to 70%.

What does that mean for us a Christians?  And what does that mean about how we do “church”?


There are a myriad of reasons why the church may be getting smaller (in the US at least), and what we can do about it.  No doubt, by the time you read this, there will be plenty of people voicing their opinions and providing what they deem to be the best answers.

My goal with what I’m going to share with you isn’t to provide a new “model” so that the old one can quickly fade into memory.  Instead, I hope you can hear my heart behind the thought; that you can understand we’re all working on the same goal: to share the love of Christ everyone one we meet.

The more barriers we can remove to that, the better.  Even if it means the barrier is the church.

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1 comment

  • Roger Kuhn

    “serious about their faith, crazy about their family” – I like your line!
    And I like you’re so uptodate, referring to news of the day.
    Back in the mid 60s the Q was, “Is God dead?”
    Maybe we can talk next week – Tuesday afternoon good?
    Roger at International Ministerial Fellowship

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