Author Mark E. Bohaichuk’s Newly Released “The Empty Church” Starts an Informal Discussion on why Christians May be Seeing Declines in Church Attendance

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“The Empty Church” from Christian Faith Publishing author Mark E. Bohaichuk is a street-level discussion that explores modern-day Christian Church attendance and why it seems to be dwindling.

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“The Empty Church”: an exploratory journey into the forces that relentlessly push people out of the Christian Church. “The Empty Church” is the creation of published author, Mark E. Bohaichuk. Mark grew up near a small town in Western Canada on a small farm. He earned his technologist diploma in electronics engineering while he was deeply engaged in computer sciences and software programming. He loved science and physics throughout school. He even attended a technical institute in Edmonton, Alberta. Years later, the truth emerged. God and a created universe started to shine as a gem among the crumpled note papers. His faith became the most reasonable and logical answer to the questions he asked.

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Mark E. Bohaichuk’s new book walks the reader through various perspectives on Christianity to logically examine the decline in Church attendance.

In the stampede of atheistic pleasures created by today’s fast and furious society, Christians are losing their faith. It is no coincidence that people leave the Christian faith for materialism as the world is slowly submerged into chaos amid the backdrop of an out-of-control politically correct movement. A society of materialism and fast-food-like gratifications are luring the gentle sheep of the Church out into a world of ravenous wolves.

“The Empty Church” looks at possible reasons there exists a decline in the Christian faith. Author Mark E. Bohaichuk also explores ways Christian can once again become the salt and the light to the nations. “The Empty Church” is a great place to start a dialogue with friends and fellow believers about the condition and health of modern society as well as how these things might tie in with the decline in Church attendance.

View a synopsis of “The Empty Church” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “The Empty Church” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “The Empty Church”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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