In the News: Though Largely ‘Religiously Unaffiliated,’ Gen Z Craves Spiritual Mentoring

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Springtide Research Institute was recently featured in The Christian Post. This article, Though largely ‘religiously unaffiliated,’ Gen Z craves spiritual mentoring by Leah Klett is reprinted in part below, but we encourage you to visit their site to read the piece in its entirety.

Though the majority of Gen Z is not engaged in scriptural study and has a distrustful relationship with religious institutions, they are eager for trusted adults, including religious leaders, to invest in their lives. “The State of Religion & Young People 2020,” a new study by the Springtide Research Institute, collected data from over 10,000 surveys and over 150 interviews with young people ages 13–25. It found that Gen Z is largely not engaged in scriptural study, with just 12% saying they’re attending gatherings for this purpose.

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