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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Christians Must Be Engaged with Israel at Perhaps Most Vital Time in Nation’s History

American Pastors Network President, Sam Rohrer, recently returned from a trip to Israel, where he was part of noteworthy events and met with faith leaders and policy makers during a historic time for the nation. Specifically, the main political event in Israel currently centers on the fact that on May 29, Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu…

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PPN Joins Other Faith Leaders in Concerns Over Online Gambling Statewide and a Casino in Amish Country

Several media outlets in the Keystone State have been reporting on plans to build a casino in the middle of Amish country, and what that would mean for the community. Likewise, impending online gambling across the Commonwealth is also making headlines. The Pennsylvania Pastors Network (PPN, www.papastors.net) Executive Director Gary Dull is joining other faith leaders in the…

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Last month, the administration of Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf announced it wanted to start a “conversation” about legalizing marijuana in the Keystone State through a series of townhall-style meetings. The Sharon Herald reported that Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, “himself an advocate of legalizing recreational use of the drug,” will hold “listening” sessions in each of…

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Pennsylvania Pastors Network Warns of Gambling Effects, as Community Holds Hearing on Casino

The Pennsylvania community of Morgantown will hold a March 4 hearing to discuss the application of a “mini casino” in Morgantown, the Reading Eagle reports. But the Pennsylvania Pastors Network says a casino doesn’t belong in the rural and religious heritage of the Morgantown area, which is a gateway to Amish-dominated Lancaster County, and the…

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A Casino in Morgantown-Out of Place

By Hon. Sam Rohrer A gambling casino located in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, is about as incongruous as a Planned Parenthood office in the basement of a church or a physician intentionally injecting a healthy patient with tuberculosis. The rural and religious heritage of the Morgantown area, the pristine nature of the area as a gateway to…

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PA Pastors Network Asks All Residents in Lansdale to Peacefully Gather at the Saturday, Feb. 2 Event to Protest the Indoctrination of Children

Drag Queen “Annie Christ,” who dons satanic symbols and performs lewd sexually charged nightclub shows (see video here), is scheduled to be at the Lansdale Public Library this Saturday, Feb. 2, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. to present “Drag Queen Story Time” to children. Taxpayers who fund the library are urging Meyer and all elected…

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