Church attendance is down, but those who go are more devout. Here’s what draws them.
Source: Why religion still matters – CSMonitor.com
The article broadly surveys religion in America, noting that attendance is down but steady while commitment is actually up. The situation is comparable to the boom in church attendance that came after WWII. A major question for Christians is whether the younger generation, which has put off having children, will return with commitment as they do have children and feel the need to pass on the faith and practice of the Christian life to the next generation.