When it comes to helping refugees, Protestant churches and their pastors are often separated by faith and fear.
Most pastors say Christians should lend a hand to refugees and foreigners, and most believe caring for refugees is a privilege.
But pastors also say their churches are twice as likely to fear refugees as they are to help them, according to a new survey from LifeWay Research.
“Pastors believe Scripture tells Christians to care for refugees and foreigners,” said Ed Stetzer, executive director of the Nashville-based organization. “Yet many admit their church is not involved in such ministry.” Complete article, here
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