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A competitive marketplace is forcing churches to embrace business practices to court fickle churchgoers.

As fewer young people fill the pews of houses of worship, some congregations are trying innovative ways to halt the exodus of young adults from organized religion.

St. Paul says Christians are to “pray without ceasing.”  One Quaker practitioner says holy silence — a way of listening to God — is one way to do that.

While more evangelical students enter seminary with only parachurch experience, some leave with denominational credentials.

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