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The article to which this piece is linked was published in Volume 24 of The Ark, published by the American Association of Interchurch Families.

"For interchurch families where the parents both retain their own denominational identity, but who allow their children to become involved in the church of their spouse as well as in their own church, we have observed that the children have a deeper understanding of the nuanced differences in practices found in each church." from "The Children of Bi-Cultural Interchurch Families" by M.J. Glauber, The ARK volume 24, Edition 2, 2013