According to Dawson, Lorne, and Douglas (200), more young Americans have been
shaped by a culture that regards liberality, resistance, and acknowledgment. The present youth
and youthful grown-ups likewise are the most diverse age in American history regarding race,
ethnicity, sexuality, religion, innovative apparatuses and wellsprings of a specialist. Most
youthful adults need to discover territories of shared conviction with each other, once in a while
regardless of whether that implies bypassing good contrasts. Three out of ten young Christians
(29%) said "temples fear the convictions of different religions" and an indistinguishable extent
felt they are "compelled to pick between my confidence and my companions." One-fifth of
youthful grown-ups with a Christian foundation said: "church resembles a nation club, just for
Youthful grown-ups with Christian experience say the congregation isn't a place that
enables them to express questions. They don't feel safe conceding that occasionally Christianity
does not bode well. Likewise, many think that the congregation's reaction to questioning is
insignificant. A portion of the observations in such manner incorporate not being capable "to ask
my most squeezing life inquiries in church" (36%) leading to "huge scholarly questions about my
confidence" (23%). In a related topic of how holy places battle to help youthful grown-ups who
feel underestimated, around one out of each six youthful grown-ups with a Christian foundation
said their confidence "does not help with misery or other passionate issues" they encounter
(18%) (Freston 102).
The number of youths leaving the church is not, however, a problem in all religions.
There are some churches which record a significantly high number of teenagers going to church.
The church ministry should catch up with the advancing technology and use it to educate the
youth on Christianity. The church should also teach the youth using a flexible way. The church