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Jul 26, 2007

On Upcoming Research

As I mentioned in the first post, we will use this space to discuss research releases.

The upcoming release on post-high school church dropouts will be important. There will be several guest bloggers who will join us... stay tuned.

After that comes the alcohol study...

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Upcoming Releases

Church Dropouts August 6, 2007

This study is an in-depth look at the percentage of young adults who stay in church vs. drop out between the ages of 18 and 22. Insights will include reasons some leave the church and others stay, as well as what can be done to encourage more to stay in church.

Perspectives of Pastors and Laity on Alcohol September 18, 2007

This study reveals the beliefs and attitudes of Protestant pastors and laity toward drinking alcohol.

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