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The Benefits of Home-Centered Religious Practices Highlighted in Deseret News

Research from "A Not-So-Good Faith Estimate" featured by Lois M. Collins of the Deseret News

Lois M. Collins conducts a deep analysis of the most recent Wheatley Report titled "A Not-So-Good Faith Estimate". Collins summarizes the benefits of faith-centered practices at home like stronger relationships and improved mental health. The article also explains how many studies combine all religious people into one group instead of differentiating between levels of religious activity.

Read the full articlehere.