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The Impact of Religious Involvement on Health

Analysis of data from the 2001 U.S. Congregational Life Survey reveals a strong correlation between the frequency of depressed worshippers’ engagement in private devotional practices and satisfaction with their health. More frequent private devotions were correlated with less satisfaction with personal health among depressed worshippers. Contrary to expectations, participation in congregational life did not moderate the relationship between depression and dissatisfaction with health. 




Holy Week Inspiration

In a few weeks, Christians around the world celebrate Holy Week and Easter, commemorating the final days of Jesus...

Encouraging Youth Away From Marijuana

   The legislative wars over marijuana are mostly trending in favor of those who support legalization. More...

Leadership La Porte County Hosts its 2nd Annual “Volunteer Expo” on April 19

Leadership La Porte County, Inc. was formed in 1984, with support from the Lilly Foundation, to encourage engaged...


Thu, Apr 5, 2018 - 08:00 am
Author of "The Color Purple" Alice Walker will keynote the April 5-7 conference organized by

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