A new study finds young adults walk away from church because Christian leaders aren’t answering their deepest questions about God, life and today’s culture.
Travis Thompson grew up going to church with his family in Charlotte, N.C. He attended youth group to socialize with people his own age, and went on yearly ski trips with them. After high school, Thompson went to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He got his degree in Biology and got rid of church.
Thompson’s disenchantment with the church began in high school.
“I would ask questions, and they would just say it’s not important, or have faith,” he said. (To continue reading, please click here.)