Tennessee Pastors Network Addresses Threats to Houses of Worship in State

TNPN President Dale Walker Communicates with Gov. Bill Lee’s Office: ‘Churches Can Self-Govern Themselves Without the Over-Reaching Hand of the Law Threatening Their Very Existence’ Will Tennessee stoop to the level of other states and begin arresting ministers inside the church sanctuary because of their sincerely held beliefs?  This is the question of the Tennessee Pastors Network  in…

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Tennessee Pastors Network Commends Announcement of ‘Day of Prayer and Fasting’

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee recently announced plans to proclaim Oct. 10 as an “official day of prayer and fasting for our state,” saying his inspiration comes from “countless” Tennesseans telling him they have offered prayers on behalf of him and his family, according to the Times Free Press. The Tennessee Pastors Network (TNPN, www.tnpastors.net) commends the decision and thanks…

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After Petitioning Library for Equal Representation, Tennessee Pastors Network Celebrates Victory

NASHVILLE, Tenn.—The Tennessee Pastors Network  is marking a victory at a local library. TNPN President Dale Walker has been petitioning the Putnam County Library to give equal attention to Christian views and traditional marriage that at least match the promotion of the LGBTQ agenda during Pride Month. “We feel this is important because Christians feel their biblical…

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Tennessee Pastors Network: Drug and Alcohol Addictions and Gambling Are Detrimental to Families

The Tennessean is reporting that the 8,000-resident Clay County dispenses more opioids than any other Tennessee county. In fact, the rate of 191.3 per 100 people is also more than three times the national average—enough to give every man, woman and child in Clay County a prescription, twice.  Dale Walker, president of the Tennessee Pastors Network (TNPN, www.tnpastors.net), preaches in…

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