On the basis of a survey of emerging adults, two Presbyterian ministers concluded that church attendance in college years follows earlier habits. This finding underscores the need for establishing habits of worship participation during youths’ junior and senior years of high school. The authors suggest that high school seniors should be helped to think about how to find a congregation after leaving home. This cohort is spiritually hungry and often finds nourishment at a parachurch ministry. Congregations could also help their youth think about what kind of religious groups to connect with on campus. Staying in touch with them after they leave home is important too (Presbyterian Outlook, November 12).