Churches must work to restore healthy marriages and fatherhood to combat a growing decline in Christianity. That’s the finding of a survey by faith-based group Communio which seeks to equip churches to strengthen the marriage and relationship health of their members.
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The Family Crisis Caused the Faith Crisis: Marriage Now the Most Urgent Ministry Gap in the Church

In this urgent call to action, J.P. De Gance highlights the alarming decline of faith and the crucial role of strong marriages in combating it. Through his organization, Communio, he offers insights into the critical need for a metanoia mindset shift within churches to prioritize marriage ministries and foster Christ-centered relationships, aiming to draw people into a life-changing relationship with Jesus Christ.

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Why marriage is the most urgent ministry gap in the Church today

In the face of declining faith and collapsing families, churches must urgently prioritize marriage ministries. J.P. De Gance argues that by embracing a metanoia mindset shift, focusing on strengthening marriages, and fostering Christ-centered relationships, churches can become hubs of evangelism and restoration, leading to healthier communities and a resurgence of faith in Jesus Christ.

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Want a Faith-Filled Nation Back? Build the Family

J.P. De Gance highlights the correlation between intact families and religious commitment, noting that 80% of churchgoers come from continuously married homes. Observing societal issues stemming from family breakdown, De Gance founded Communio to assist churches in promoting healthy relationships and marriages, aiming to revitalize faith in America by strengthening families. He discusses the importance of restoring the family in fostering a revival of faith on “The Daily Signal Podcast.”

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