Pennsylvania Pastors Network Calls on PA Residents to Contact Legislators About Two Harmful Privacy Bills

The Pennsylvania Pastors Network is urging Pennsylvanians to contact state legislators about two dangerous and disturbing “bathroom bills” in the Keystone State—HB1510 in the House and its sister bill, SB974, in the Senate. According to the Pennsylvania Family Council (PFC), the bills are among Gov. Tom Wolf’s top priorities, and the proposed laws would “force…

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FREE Resources to Help You Understand the Transgender Debate

We are in perilous days. It does no good for us to know the truth of the Bible and not preach it and practice it. This is the reminder that the American Pastors Network wants to emphatically send to pastors and engaged believers, especially as they work to navigate an ever-changing culture, one where once-unheard-of…

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Pennsylvania Pastors Network Alerting Residents About Two Dangerous Bathroom Bills Proposed in Keystone State

The Pennsylvania Pastors Network (PPN, www.papastors.net) is alerting residents about two dangerous and disturbing “bathroom bills” in the Keystone State—HB1510 in the House and its sister bill, SB974, in the Senate. According to the Pennsylvania Family Institute (PFI), the bills are among Gov. Tom Wolf’s top priorities, and the proposed laws would “force all facilities…

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Voting the Lesser of Two Evils?

Now that the presidential field has considerably narrowed, there’s a pressing question looming for some: “Will I vote the lesser of two evils or not vote at all?” The Pennsylvania Pastors Network President, Sam Rohrer, has discussed this very question and others on recent “Stand in the Gap Today” radio programs. “Are we ever, as Christians, biblically required…

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Pennsylvania Pastors Network Urges Voters of Faith to Head to the Polls on April 26

Four weeks from today, Pennsylvanians will head to the polls for an important primary on April 26, and the Pennsylvania Pastors Network is urging voters of faith to make sure their voices are heard. As more and more keep a close eye on the delegate count, PPN Executive Director Gary Dull says Christians will play a major role…

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‘Voting Integrity Checklist’ Guides Christians in Their Choices at the Polls

Many voters—even during this year’s crucial Presidential election—may simply choose a name, not realizing that they are potentially altering the course of history with their vote. That’s why, says PPN President, Sam Rohrer, it’s imperative that Christians not only vote, but vote biblically during the upcoming Pennsylvania primary on April 26. “Voting truly does have a…

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Addressing Important Election News from Iowa on ‘Stand in the Gap Today;’ and Examining the CNN Analysis: the Missing ‘Biblical Evangelicals’

With the all-important Iowa caucus now in the rear-view mirror, presidential hopefuls are keeping up their efforts to court Christian evangelical voters, as the tone continues to be set for the 2016 race. Through its daily one-hour “Stand in the Gap Today” radio program, the American Pastors Network (APN,www.americanpastorsnetwork.net) has been following election news closely,…

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Bringing the Darkness of Abortion Into the Light

For nearly 43 years since Roe v. Wade—and for decades before that landmark case—abortion has been an ugly subject that many tried to hide under cover. But the Pennsylvania Pastors Network  says abortion must be one of the topics brought to light by pastors—especially this month.  “This fact is, we can no longer ignore abortion in…

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Why Are Pastors Not Addressing these Top Issues from the Pulpit?

In the wake of what the FBI is now treating as a terrorist attack in San Bernardino, Calif., coupled with international terrorism acts perpetrated by extremists worldwide, along with a nationwide debate about how to handle a potential influx of 10,000 Syrian refugees, leaders of the country’s largest network of pastors is calling on clergy…

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PPN to Governor Wolf: Please Protect the Commonwealth

Executive Director and Vice President Gary Dull sent a letter to Gov. Tom Wolf today, urging him to reconsider his position to welcome potentially unvetted Syrian refugees to the Commonwealth. “In your letter you say, ‘As governor of Pennsylvania, my first priority is protecting the commonwealth,’ with which I totally agree,” Dull wrote on behalf…

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