What Is the Biblical Duty of Government Leaders?

As politics take over the majority of news headlines, more Americans may be asking themselves: What is the role of our national leaders? Leaders at the American Pastors Network, the largest national network dedicated to equipping pastors to be a voice for truth in the public square, address this question frequently. In fact, APN president and host Sam Rohrer…

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Pastors Network Embarks on ’52 Tuesday’s of Prayer’ Initiative

To add your name to the Prayer Initiative, please click HERE. With the 2020 presidential election just over a year away, Americans of all cultural, societal, political and religious identifications know again—as they did in 2016—the incredible significance the election will carry. For this reason, and with a 365-day countdown—“52 Tuesdays”—until the election fast-approaching, the…

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Marijuana’s ‘Occultist Impact’: 5 Reasons Legalizing Weed Is a Really Bad Idea

By Dr. Gary Dull Note: This article was originally posted on Charisma News HERE. Last year, Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman embarked on a “listening tour” to every Keystone State county to hear what residents think about legalizing recreational marijuana. On Wednesday, Sept. 25, Fetterman was joined by Gov. Tom Wolf for a news conference announcing the…

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Showing Appreciation for Your Pastor

By: Dr. Gary Dull, Pastor and Executive Director of the PA Pastors Network. Note: This article was originally posted on the Christian Post website HERE. The month of October has been designated as “Pastor Appreciation Month,” and many local congregations will make efforts to show their pastors respect and love. In doing so, various acts…

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Pennsylvania Pastors Network: The 5 Detrimental Effects of Legalizing Marijuana in Keystone State

Last year, Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman embarked on a “listening tour” to every Keystone State county to hear what residents think about legalizing recreational marijuana. On Wednesday, Fetterman was joined by Gov. Tom Wolf for a news conference announcing the findings. Pennsylvania Pastors Network  Executive Director Gary Dull noted that at the outset, Wolf was not in…

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Back to School Gives Children and Parents a Chance to Go ‘Back to God’

by Sam Rohrer It’s approaching fast! We’ll soon be sending our kids and grandkids back to school! But where is our emphasis? New classes? School supplies? Clothing? God’s emphasis starts with how we’re preparing our children spiritually. In Deuteronomy 6, God commanded His people to teach His ways to their children. This includes a God focus in…

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Has the Substance of the Constitution Been Lost?

Sept. 17, marked Constitution Day—a time when Americans should look back on the history of the founding document to the nation. But many, have forgotten what the Constitution means to the fabric of America. Last week on the daily and popular APN radio program, “Stand in the Gap Today,” heard on several hundred stations nationwide, APN President and host…

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Pennsylvania’s property tax, explained: A moral wrong, or the building block of government finance?

***Note: This article was originally published on the Pennsylvania Capital Star website HERE. When he started knocking on doors during his inaugural campaign for state representative in 1992, Sam Rohrer noticed a topic popping up again and again — property taxes. He was aware of complaints, but the extent of the problem became more and…

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Immigration Issues Are Complex, But God Is Not Confused or Divided

Borders and immigration are complex issues, especially for the faithful, and will again be top concerns for the 2020 election, says the American Pastors Network (APN), which is why Christians must be informed from a biblical and constitutional perspective on these hot-button matters. APN frequently explores the topic of immigration on its popular daily, live,…

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Churchgoers No Longer Seek Advice from Their Pastors—Where Is the Disconnect?

A new AP-NORC poll has discovered a surprising practice among regular churchgoers. They rarely go to their pastors for advice. The survey found that a large majority of Americans make important decisions without calling on their religious leaders, with three-quarters saying they rarely or never consult a clergy member or religious leader, while only about a quarter…

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