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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American Pastors Network Calling for a National Day of Prayer for the Elections on October 30

Christians around the nation know the importance of the midterm elections on Nov. 6. Many also realize the country was granted a window of reprieve—and that window may be closing. American Pastors Network leaders, President Sam Rohrer and Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Pastors Network, Dr. Gary Dull, have called for a “National Day of Prayer…

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Things We Should Know, but Have Forgotten

Hurricane Florence has come and gone, and likely-this tropical storm won’t be the last to batter our shores this season. While some weren’t so fortunate, due to advanced warning, many were able to avoid the worst and lessons learned from Katrina and other storms stood us in good stead. But have we learned other, more…

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Down Syndrome Bills Front and Center in PA

Pennsylvania Pastors Network Urges Churches to Educate Community About Proposed Abortion Law That Protects Valued Members of Society Pro-life Pennsylvanians are urging residents to contact legislators about two bills—HB 2050 and SB 1050—that protect unborn children who are diagnosed with Down syndrome. And the Pennsylvania Pastors Network is encouraging Christians, pastors and church leaders to spread the word…

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Top Reasons Why Church Security Should Be a Priority: APN Pastors Conference Call

On April, 12, 2018, the American Pastors Network conducted a special conference call for Pastors on the topic of church security. Our culture is in desperate need of Christ and what better place to learn of Him than in the Church? But it comes with many questions and concerns for those who have been affected…

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The headline for this past year could be “Guilty”—whether declared by court or by accusation. The worlds of government, business, media, entertainment and even the pulpit are not immune from the current casting of societal leaders from the pinnacles of prestige to the basements of banishment. This firestorm produces gusts of justice against those who…

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Has Political Correctness Silenced Us?

The Greek poet Euripides was known to say that “Silence is true wisdom’s best reply.” But when it comes to discussing political views in this sometimes-tempestuous society, many are taking the stance that silence—especially in difficult conversations about politics, religion and other controversial topics—is preferred and safer. As evidence, the American Pastors Network, the largest national…

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Pennsylvania Pastors Network Informs Residents About Biblical and Constitutional Perspective of Property Taxes in Advance of Tomorrow’s Election

The Pennsylvania Pastors Network  is informing Pennsylvania voters about a question on the Nov. 7 ballot regarding a Constitutional Amendment on residential property taxes. Specifically, PPN is educating residents that this issue in indeed both biblical and constitutional. PPN is a state chapter of the American Pastors Network (APN, www.americanpastorsnetwork.net), led by its president, Sam Rohrer, who spent 18 years as a…

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