Bringing the Darkness of Abortion Into the Light

For nearly 43 years since Roe v. Wade—and for decades before that landmark case—abortion has been an ugly subject that many tried to hide under cover. But the Pennsylvania Pastors Network  says abortion must be one of the topics brought to light by pastors—especially this month.  “This fact is, we can no longer ignore abortion in…

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Why Are Pastors Not Addressing these Top Issues from the Pulpit?

In the wake of what the FBI is now treating as a terrorist attack in San Bernardino, Calif., coupled with international terrorism acts perpetrated by extremists worldwide, along with a nationwide debate about how to handle a potential influx of 10,000 Syrian refugees, leaders of the country’s largest network of pastors is calling on clergy…

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PPN to Governor Wolf: Please Protect the Commonwealth

Executive Director and Vice President Gary Dull sent a letter to Gov. Tom Wolf today, urging him to reconsider his position to welcome potentially unvetted Syrian refugees to the Commonwealth. “In your letter you say, ‘As governor of Pennsylvania, my first priority is protecting the commonwealth,’ with which I totally agree,” Dull wrote on behalf…

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As Terror Creeps In, What Is the Church’s Role?

Over the weekend, the world mourned violent and deadly attacks in Paris. Now, strikes and raids in the Middle East continue, and those ravaged by war are seeking safety. But the most controversial question remains: “Where should they go?” In addition to that pressing question, the American Pastors Network (www.AmericanPastorsNetwork.net) is also asking: “How should we pray?”…

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