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Help for those wanting to understand the loss of faith...  

Hope for those struggling to maintain it.

For every person who converts to Christianity, four others deconvert.

Pew Research Center, 2015

31% of those who identify as Christians leave the faith by the time they're 30 years old.

Pew Research Center, 2022

Over the next 30 years, 35 million youth who once identified as Christians no longer will. 

The Pinetops Foundation, 2018

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Worried You're  Deconverting?

Sometimes we just can't make ourselves believe certain claims no matter how much we might want to, or how hard we try. This is for those wanting to stay in the faith but don't know how.  


Understanding Deconversion

It can be confusing when someone we know and love announces that they have lost their faith. Here you will find help understanding and responding to deconversion.



Encouragement in the midst of hardship is necessary. If you have a loved one who has left the faith, here you will find hope.  Listen to the stories of those who left the faith but who ultimately returned.


Parents and church leaders need resources to help them.

Individuals struggling to keep their faith need support.

At Found & Lost, Dr. John Marriott addresses both needs. 

Download the Book  

Going... Going... Gone..! 

 And gain insights into how and why Christians leave the faith. 

My child has left the faith. 

What should 

I do now?

“Augustine said ‘Hear the other side.’ As an atheist, one of the things I love about John Marriott is his willingness to do just that; to engage in dialogue, ask the tough questions, and approach the other side with respect and thoughtfulness.”
David Fitzgerald, former Christian, author of The Complete Heretic’s Guide to Western Religion series.
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