Most Protestant senior pastors say their church is open to hearing about racial reconciliation. But few say church leaders are clamoring to hear more about it.
And most pastors seem to choose personal relationships and prayer when it comes to matters of race, according to a new study from LifeWay Research. The survey of 1,000 Protestant senior pastors found little pushback against or demand for sermons on racial reconciliation in their churches.
For more on this research, read the full story: “Pastors Say Churches Open to Racial Reconciliation Sermons.”