Tension in America | Are Identity Politics to Blame?

American Pastors Network President Sam Rohrer and Social Science Researcher George Barna Ask If Christians Are Guilty As Well PHILADELPHIA—Few would deny that tension across America abounds. Is it because of “identity politics,” and are Christians guilty too? American Pastors Network  President, Sam Rohrer, recently talked with renowned social science researcher, George Barna, on APN’s daily radio ministry…

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A Christian Response to the Memorial Debate

The Charlottesville, Virginia, area is still working to heal after a racially charged and violent protest where one woman was killed more than a week ago. That eruption caused other cities to consider removing statues, monuments and other pieces of history that may cause conflict. The American Pastors Network has been paying close attention to these unsettling…

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Islamic Center Being Built in Pennsylvania

  This recorded interview was conducted between Sam Rohrer, President of the Pennsylvania Pastors Network, and Jim Schneider, host of Crosstalk, a radio program of VCY America. Below is a description of the interview. ​Sam Rohrer is the president of American Pastors Network and the Pennsylvania Pastors Network. It’s a group that has been identifying,…

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Breaking Headlines From Israel Discussed by Pastors

On “Stand in the Gap Today,” the radio ministry of American Pastors Network, co-hosts Sam Rohrer, Dave Kistler and Gary Dull discussed breaking news from Israel on the radio program that considers daily headlines from the biblical and constitutional perspective—perhaps like no other. Wednesday’s show (July 26, 2017) , titled “Meltdown in the Middle East,” focused on the Turkish…

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Ministry Priorities!

An interesting conversation this evening prompted me to recollect on the early days of my ministry. In the very beginning, I served at youth director for a large and growing ministry in Florida. Like every youth minister, I had to settle on a set of principles/priorities that would drive and dictate the ministry I desired to have with…

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Lifezette: We’ve Got to Return to Biblical Foundations in This Country

There’s a life-and-death cultural conflict going on in our society that must be repaired through God by Sam Rohrer “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and…

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9 Unelected Officials Threaten Pennsylvania’s Religious Freedom, Privacy Rights

Proposed Change Would Undermine Personal Privacy and Religious Liberty This article is taken from PA Family Institute’s website HERE. The Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission (PHRC) is proposing a dangerous end-run around the legislature that seriously threatens your personal privacy and religious liberty. We need you to take action today to protect your freedom! For nearly…

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Donald Trump, the Johnson Amendment, and the Question of Christian Cowardice 

By: Dr. Michael Brown May 21, 2017 If President Trump succeeds in removing the oppressive Johnson Amendment, which limits freedom of speech from the pulpits, will Christian leaders be more outspoken on controversial moral, cultural, and political issues? I have my doubts, since I don’t believe it is the Johnson Amendment that has muzzled preachers…

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How Can Pastors Reach Millennials?

Like many Christians, leaders from the Pennsylvania Pastors Network  are surprised and concerned about recent research showing that the vast majority of millennials do not have a biblical worldview. In fact, just 4 percent of millennials look at life through a biblical lens, according to the newAmerican Culture & Faith Institute (ACFI) Worldview Measurement Project, which…

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