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Gonazalez pointed out despite the religiosity of many Latino families (14.2 million Latino Americans consider themselves Protestant or Catholic), as they have assimilated, many children who were born and raised in the United States had taken on values more in line with mainstream American culture, rather than with the "traditional and overwhelmingly Catholic understanding of sex.""They're still getting [these messages] in their family homes and upbringing, but I also don't think that the church, per se, plays such a strong role," Gonzalez told CP.

Dennis Franck, the national director of single adult ministries for Assemblies of God, said that for the church to be able to offer an alternative viable message, building a strong community is key."About 80 percent of churches do not have a single adult group community [where singles can] build caring and trusting friendships," said Franck.

"I think our young singles in the church have been thoroughly evangelized by the culture and not been thoroughly evangelized by the church."Instead of encouraging or discouraging specific religious practices as a means to change Christian sexual behavior, Weiss said that church leadership needs to talk more about pornography and examine what singleness looked like."[Church leaders] are just not talking about sexuality at all, so people don't have a sense of how it really fits in with a life of faith," he added.

Reading the Bible also correlates with an individual's likelihood of having sex.Or maybe your schedules and career situations simply do not match.Whatever it is, you know this person is not or was not the person that God wants you to be with.Either they do not share your Christian faith on the same level as you or something else is not working in the relationship.Maybe it is a different set of hobbies and interests.

Reading the Bible also correlates with an individual's likelihood of having sex.Or maybe your schedules and career situations simply do not match.Whatever it is, you know this person is not or was not the person that God wants you to be with.Either they do not share your Christian faith on the same level as you or something else is not working in the relationship.Maybe it is a different set of hobbies and interests.Christians who attend church and read the Bible at least three times a week are less likely to have sex outside of marriage than those who do not engage in those religious practices.