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Survey: no time to pass on faith

by a staff reporter

Posted: 13 Apr 2017 @ 12:06

PARENTS are not passing on their Christian faith to their children, and the vast majority admit that they could be doing more, but don’t, owing to lack of time and a lack of confidence, a new survey suggests.

Research carried out for the charities Care for the Family and Hope found that, although 95 per cent of Christian parents acknowledged that it was their responsibility to teach their children about their faith, less than three-quarters shared Bible stories with them, and only 27 ...

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