We learn more about a project to keep the memories of local elders alive. Then, we talk to the authors of a book looking at a trend of declining attendance at churches.
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How Sheboygan's Live Forever Project keeps memories of local elders alive
We learn about a Sheboygan project to preserve memories of local elders through song, dance, and other art forms. We also hear from the 96-year-old subject of the group’s upcoming performance.
America is experiencing a historic decline in church attendance
Fewer and fewer Christians in the United States are regularly attending church services. The co-author of a new book digs into why this trend has accelerated in recent years and what this “great dechurching” could mean for families, communities, and American society.
- Rob Ferrett Host
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- Evelyn Prevenas Guest
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