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The world had changed. Families had changed. Values had changed. The meaning of religion had changed. After author Kim Kurtz graduated from high school twenty five years ago, the world was not what she expected. The moral landscape of college and life thereafter was hostile and foreign. She struggled when the faith of her childhood didn’t translate smoothly into adulthood. She was disillusioned when the formulas of faith and church that she had always known no longer worked. The messiness of life, the difficulty of marriage and relationships, and the many ups and downs she experienced were overwhelming. Her faith couldn’t handle it, and she walked away. According to research, Kim wasn’t alone. 75% of young people raised in a Christian home leave the church after they leave the home. Numerous studies show that Christian families are losing their kids and have been for decades. A majority of churched youth aren’t developing a personal, powerful, and passionate faith in Jesus Christ. And a passive faith quickly fades to no faith at all. We can no longer afford as Christian parents, as the church, or as a nation to ignore this problem. Pouring In addresses the profoundly difficult task of passing on a lasting faith to future generations. Effectively passing on the baton of faith allows our kids to experience the love, peace, and hope that can only come from a genuine relationship with Jesus Christ. Make no mistake, YOU have the power to greatly affect the trajectory of your child’s faith.