When it comes to religion, "choose one" is no longer your only option. You can be spiritual-but-not-religious or not particularly religious at all-yet still have a robust system of beliefs and values that guides you. Creating your own set of eclectic spiritual practices is not a sign that you are a faith-less person but rather a faith-ful person responding with honesty to an increasingly expanding world. If faithfully attending church isn't helping you live out your values in everyday ways, becoming relig-ish may be the answer
Rachelle Mee-Chapman's new book Relig-ish
will help you:
Create a set of spiritual practices that fit into your daily life and honor the things you value most.
Develop right-fit spiritual practices for yourself and your family outside of going to church.
Shake off harmful religious messages and embrace truths that won't damage yourself or your soul.
Build bridges towards your religious family members by identifying the common values that are the bedrock beneath your beliefs.
Discover that your soul is not at risk and you are not lost in your wondering, wandering post-church world.