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When a young person who's living a sinful lifestyle wants to make profession of faith; what's an appropriate response?

Suppose a person is cheating his employer, or stealing from his boss or company. Suppose a young person is obviously watching pornography and has no intention of stopping. Suppose a person only attends church on Christmas or Easter. Suppose a young couple are living together without marriage and refuse to get married. Suppose a person is committing adultery. If these people suddenly make a request to make a profession of faith, what should the response be? Does it make a difference if they are baptized members and have grown up in the church, compared to those who have not grown up in the...
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How Do You Encourage Faith in Children?

So often we see kids lose faith as they grow older. In many denominations and churches, we see a bigger population age shift than we do in general society. Why is that? What can we do about it? Do most people still participate in devotions with their children daily? And what do those devotions consist of?
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