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Parenting: Teens and Beyond

A Teen’s Faith Maturity Study

The Search Institute’s 1990 National Study of Protestant’s Congregations indicated that the most important factor in a teenager’s faith maturity was the level of “family religiousness.” The particular family experiences most tied to greater faith maturity were:

  • the frequency with which an adolescent talked with mother and father about faith,
  • the frequency of family devotions and
  • the frequency with which parents and children together were involved in efforts, formal or informal, to help other people.

Mark Devries, Family Based Ministry, p.84

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