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Balancing Work and Church

Women who work part-time are more active in church life than either those who don’t work or those who work more than part-time. Also, 71 percent of men who attend church regularly have scaled back their time at work to spend more time with their families. These are two of the interesting discoveries from the Religion and Family Project. Read more about the mutual impact of work and church life, along with suggestions for increasing the value of church to busy families, in this report.

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