Various media outlets have reported findings from The Dechurched Project, including:
Articles and Blog Posts:
Why These Americans are ‘done’ with church, but not with their faith by Harry Bruinius for The Christian Science Monitor 12/19/2015
Leaving the Faith Because of the Faithful by Richard Stearns, President of World Vision for Huffington Post 06/18/2015
Bringing Men Back to Church by Mark A. Kellner for Deseret News National Edition 06/17/2015
“NONES!” are Now “DONES” Is the Church Dying? by Steve McSwain for Huffington Post 11/17/2014
Catholics at a Crossroads by Elizabeth Fenner for Chicago Magazine 12/15/2014
The Rise of the Dones by Thom Schulz for HolySoup 11/12/2014
If ‘Nones’ Have No Interest in Religion, ‘Dones’ are Tired of It by Jeff Brumley for Baptist News Global 11/28/2014
A Meal Will Suffice? by Martin Scott for 3generations 12/5/2014
The Rise of the Dones…Dones with Church, That Is by John Longhurst for Mennonite World Review 4/29/2015
Podcasts and Radio:
An Interview with Rich Zeoli for The Rich Zeoli Show for AM 1210 WPHT in Philadelphia
Fathom Podcast’s episode on Living Faith Outside of Organized Religion
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Data from The Dechurched Project has also been used in a variety of academic and popular press outlets (all co-authored by Josh Packard and Ashleigh Hope).
Church Refugees: Sociologists reveal why people are DONE with church but not their faith by Josh Packard and Ashleigh Hope is available at Amazon.
Look for a forthcoming article in a special forum in the Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion.
Data from The Dechurched Project has been presented at the annual meetings of the Midwestern Sociological Society, the Association for the Sociology of Religion, the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion.
The Dechurched Project was also presented at the Future of the Church Summit 2014 and 2015 hosted by Group Publishing in Loveland, Co.
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