Islam Just as Violent as Other Religions?

A new CBS poll published in Breitbart.com found that two-thirds of Democrats believe that Islam does encourage violence—but to the same degree as any other religion. The February 2017 poll also found that just one in seven Democrats believe that Islam is more violent than other religions, such as Christianity, Mormonism, Judaism and Buddhism, reported…

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Is Islam Luring the American Church into Denying Jesus?

Mark Your Calendars! Webinar/Conference Call for Pastors with Special Guest Dr. Mark Christian Friday, March 24 from 10:00-11:30 a.m. ET The American Pastors Network welcomes all pastors to join this lively discussion where Dr. Mark Christian, a former Imam with family ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, will discuss the dangers of Islam.  He has been a guest on APN’s…

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Pennsylvania Pastors Network and American Family Association of PA Expose Dangers of Johnstown Transgender Bathroom Laws and Hiring Requirements

The Johnstown City Council is attempting to amend Ordinance No. 4174 known as the Johnstown Human Relations Ordinance. The amendment would allow “sexual orientation and gender identity or expression” with the purpose of ensuring “equal opportunity and to foster economic growth and prosperity for the inhabitants of the City.” This ordinance, which the city is…

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How Will the Johnson Amendment Repeal Free Pastors and Churches?

Now that President Donald Trump has officially taken office, will pastors and churches be affected at the pulpit and in the pew? The Pennsylvania Pastors Network certainly thinks so. In fact, one action by President Trump will return decades of freedom to churches. For more than 60 years, the Johnson Amendment, proposed by then-Senator Lyndon B….

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American Pastors Network Prays Trump Will Stay Committed to Repealing Johnson Amendment

Christian evangelical voters were key in electing newly inaugurated President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence. Among the reasons for their votes were the promises Trump and Pence made to the faithful on the campaign trail and the support they showed to pastors and churches. One of those commitments was to peel back the…

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What Can Pastors and Churches Expect Post-Inauguration?

Evangelical leaders, pastors and churches were a huge factor in the election of President-elect Donald Trump in November. Now, just days from his inauguration, this same group is wondering what to expect under a Trump-Pence administration. For one, says the Pennsylvania Pastors Network, Trump stated on the campaign trail, namely at this summer’s Republican National Convention,…

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The Pennsylvania Pastors Network Urges Churches to Mark Sanctity of Human Life Sunday—a Time to Reflect on God’s Gifts and Need to Protect Them

In a parting shot to pro-life efforts around the nation, President Barack Obama issued a rule last month that bars states from denying federal funds to Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider. Obama’s rule will take effect two days before President-elect Donald Trump is inaugurated, reported the New York Times, and just a few…

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How Can Families, Pastors and People in the Pews Redefine ‘Success’ in 2017?

As many look ahead to the changes they want to make in 2017, the Pennsylvania Pastors Network  is analyzing what success means for Christians, especially when it comes to the definition of success—both in the world and from God’s Word. PPN President Sam Rohrer recently talked with renowned social science researcher George Barna, who is…

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Why Just 53% of Americans Trust Religious Leaders

This fall, the Pew Research Center found that just over half of Americans trust religious leaders to do what’s in their best interest; 53 percent of survey respondents noted that they had “a great deal” or “a fair amount” of trust in faith leaders. Only business leaders (41 percent), the news media (38 percent) and elected officials…

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Can Christmas Be Merry Again?

At a rally in Michigan on Friday, President-elect Donald Trump exclaimed, “Merry Christmas! We’re going to start saying ‘Merry Christmas’ again!” The American Pastors Network says his declaration, which he repeated last night in Wisconsin, is a hopeful sign of perhaps what is ahead with the incoming Trump-Pence administration, especially since Jesus Christ’s name cannot be ignored…

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