In Germany, culture is rich with religion and history. Most have heard of Jesus, but conversations about spirituality are typically discouraged; it’s an entirely “Post-Christian” society. Churches often serve as historical relics, not thriving centers for spiritual growth, fostering skepticism toward religion as a relic of the past. People identify as “Lutheran” or “Catholic,” a status often linked to birth certificates for taxation and ceremonies. Consequently, Germany is estimated to have less than 1% Evangelical Christians.