Two Pieces of Proposed Legislation in Pennsylvania Are Crucial to Christians

Two pieces of proposed legislation in Pennsylvania are of utmost importance to Christians, says the Pennsylvania Pastors Network.  First, State Rep. Paul Schemel is working toward legislation that would cut taxpayer funding for Planned Parenthood in Pennsylvania. According to LifeNews.com, Schemel says that the Affordable Care Act allows women to obtain the same services offered…

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‘Stand in the Gap’ Radio Program Unveils New Web Site, Adds New PA Stations

In a culture that desperately needs godly light and truth shed on the country’s many pressing issues, the American Pastors Network (APN, www.americanpastorsnetwork.net) daily radio program, “Stand in the Gap Today,” is expanding, with the addition of several new stations in Pennsylvania, and a new web site being unveiled today. Currently, several stations throughout the…

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Planned Parenthood Exposé Videos Remind Churches of Investment Accountability Awareness

In the wake of the public release of three disturbing undercover videos that exposed Planned Parenthood’s possible sale of the body parts of aborted babies—including the latest released just yesterday—the Pennsylvania Pastors Network  is urging all churches and morally responsible organizations to become educated about where the funds in their pension plans and investments actually…

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Attempts to Wipe ‘Husband’ and ‘Wife’ from Federal Lexicon Says America is No Longer a Moral Leader

June’s Supreme Court decision overturned the definition of marriage that had previously stood for millennia. Now, a group of lawmakers is working to wipe out the terms “husband” and “wife” from the landscape of America—all in the name of equality. Rep. Lois Capps (D-Calif.) has introduced the Amend the Code for Marriage Equality Act of…

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New Sex Trafficking Bill Highlights Plight in PA

The Pennsylvania Pastors Network (PPN, www.papastors.net) is applauding the Pennsylvania Family Institute (PFI) for bringing awareness to the sex trafficking problem in Pennsylvania and helping Christians to take action.  According to PFI, there were 81 reported cases of sex trafficking in Pennsylvania last year alone. Additionally, the FBI indicates that strip clubs are havens for…

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Liberties of All and Tax-Exempt Status of Non-Profits—Colleges, Adoption Agencies, Others—At Risk

Pennsylvania Pastors Network President,Sam Rohrer, recently spoke with KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek about some of the pressing issues and pertinent ramifications of the Supreme Court’s landmark ruling on same-sex marriage. Rohrer, who is also President of the American Pastors Network (www.americanpastorsnetwork.net), said the Court’s recent 5-4 decision will eventually force churches and other religious organizations…

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The Next Step: After SCOTUS Ruling, Pastors Must Put Truth into Action

One Sunday church service has come and gone since the Supreme Court’s landmark decision on Friday that legalized same-sex marriage in America. Many pastors from the pulpit reflected on the ruling, asked their congregations to pray for the nation and wondered how the ruling would affect them directly. The American Pastors Network (APN, www.americanpastorsnetwork.net) is…

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Internet Gambling—Bad for PA Families and Culture

Pennsylvania lawmakers are considering a bill that will allow the introduction of online gambling to help ease the state’s financial woes, but the Pennsylvania Pastors Network says taking a chance on Internet gambling isn’t the answer. The State Senate is currently looking at SB 900, a proposal that would allow existing casinos to add online gambling as…

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God’s Definition of Marriage is Unchanging

The American Pastors Network  is responding today to the controversial statements of well-known pastor and Christian speaker Tony Campolo about the acceptance of gay couples in the church. Campolo released a statement yesterday on his blog that after “hours of prayer, study, conversation, and emotional turmoil,” it’s time for the church to fully accept gay couples. “For pastors…

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What’s at Stake for PA Pastors?

New poll numbers show that, a year after the legalization of same-sex marriage in Pennsylvania, a record number of Pennsylvanians support gay marriage—up from 36 percent in 2011 to 51 percent last month. The poll, conducted by Public Policy Polling, surveyed 799 registered voters in May, both over the phone and online. The survey also…

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