… And He Shall Have Them in Derision.

On May 20, 2014, US District Judge John E. Jones III, in his official ruling on the lawsuit against the Pennsylvania Marriage Law, exhibited great satisfaction in making Pennsylvania the next in line to declare the historical definition of marriage unconstitutional. His exact words were, “Today, certain citizens of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania are not…

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Pennsylvania Pastors Network Says Decision Undermines States’ Constitutional Rights and Goes Against God’s Law for Marriage

PHILADELPHIA—A Federal judge this afternoon struck down Pennsylvania’s Defense of Marriage Act—deciding that same-sex marriage will no longer be banned in the state. Judge John Jones III ruled to strike down the Act in the case of Whitewood v. Wolf, which was filed last summer in U.S. District Court in the Middle District of Pennsylvania….

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No Moral Justification for Proposed Online Gambling and Casino Changes

PHILADELPHIA—The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has a budget shortfall, and some officials are considering sacrificing the best long-term interests of the citizens on the altar of short-term convenience  by turning to online gambling to generate revenue. And this is the best solution for Pennsylvania? In response to a report on gambling revenue, Pennsylvania legislators are considering…

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Can We Know if God’s Judgment Is on America?

As I crisscross this nation and interface with pastors and Christian leaders, it’s apparent that crippling paralysis and impotence grip most Christians as well as the Church at large in America. When our pulpits should be flaming with the preaching of righteousness, repentance, and God’s anger with personal and national sin, most are silent. Instead…

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The World Needs a Demonstration of Genuine Faith

The Lancaster region has been given an amazing opportunity.  Two Christian brothers, who love God and His Word, each feel called to run in the District 36 primary election race for the Pennsylvania State Senate.  This race provides the opportunity for these two men to demonstrate to the watching world how their faith is lived out in the…

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ELECTION DAY: A Voice for Biblical Truth in Harrisburg

On Monday, May 12, 2014, the Pennsylvania Pastors Network helped local Lancaster County pastors host a candidate forum for the two Republicans running for the 36th Senatorial District seat in Pennsylvania – Representative Ryan Aument and Representative Gordon Denlinger.  The purpose of this event was to critique these candidates, not merely in light of their…

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American Pastors Network Leaders Return from Ukraine Summit

Amid Struggles, Ukraine Looks to Biblical and Constitutional Principles for Strength, as America Shuns Founding Tenets PHILADELPHIA—Key leaders of the American Pastors Network (APN, www.AmericanPastorsNetwork.net)recently returned from an International Leadership Summit in Ukraine, working with and encouraging pastors and elected leaders there who are making a concerted effort to embrace American ideas to restore the…

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American Pastors Network: Supreme Court Decision Upholds Constitutional Rights for Christian Business

PHILADELPHIA—The American Pastors Network (APN, www.americanpastorsnetwork.net) says that today’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling in favor of Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., upholds and protects Christian business owners and their Constitutional rights. It’s a critical ruling upholding the Rule of Law and will help to protect the security of religious liberties in America, and Hobby Lobby should…

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Action Alert: Pastors Called to Engage on Marriage Issue

Pennsylvania Pastors Network Urges All  Pastors, Leaders, Individuals, Church Members To: 1) Call and write letters to Governor Corbett to appeal the ruling to overturn the PA Defense of Marriage Act: 717-787-2500 or Governor@pa.gov 2) Call your State Rep. and State Senator TODAY and ask them to co-sponsor HR891 and SR403, respectively. (Look up your…

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The Third Mark of Judgment on America: Military Defeat

Immediately following the dedication of the temple, Solomon prayed for God’s intervention in seven probable national needs. In each case, he implored God for His commitment that if the people were to repent, God would hear from heaven and forgive their sin.  In II Chron. 6: 24-25, Solomon asked God a third question: “And if…

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