Event Tomorrow at White County High School Will Feature
Egyptian Immigrant Usama Dakdok, Plus a Concerned Parent
Speaking on Common Core
—The Tennessee Pastors Network (TNPN, www.tnpastors.net) is sponsoring an event tomorrow that will bring crucial issues to light, by welcoming a Christian Egyptian immigrant who will speak on Islam.
At 6 p.m. Dec. 1, TNPN will again host Usama Dakdok for a community meeting in the Multi-Purpose Room of White County High School, 267 Allen Drive in Sparta. TNPN has invited Dakdok to several other events this fall.
“As we see and hear debates about crucial issues in our world, our nation and right here in our local community, we must be educated about how every American is affected, and how we should respond to these unfolding matters according to the Bible’s teachings,” said TNPN President Dale Walker. “The events and meetings TNPN has organized thus far this fall have created conversations that we all should be having, as Christians and the church simply cannot take a back seat to everything happening across our country.”
Dakdok is the founder of Straight Way of Grace Ministry, which teaches the truth about Islam and Christ. He will be lecturing on “Revealing the Jihad and Terrorism of Islam.”
Also speaking on Tuesday is concerned local parent Craig Honeycutt, who has researched the curriculum of Common Core and will present his findings. A representative of Proclaiming Justice to the Nation, founded by Lora Cordoza Moore, will also be present at the event, as well as Tennessee Rep. Sheila K. Butt.
TNPN is a state chapter of the American Pastors Network (APN, www.americanpastorsnetwork.net
TNPN and APN offer pastors numerous online resources that help clergy choose sermon topics and find information for other church ministries. With some free and some paid resources, topics include abortion, apologetics, creation, the culture war, economics, education, the environment, history, homosexuality, Islam and marriage, along with many others.
The Tennessee Pastors Network encourages pastors to bring together biblical and constitutional principles in their sermons and provides resources to pastors throughout the state. For more information on TNPN, visit its web site at www.tnpastors.net, its Facebook page or call (931) 267-0816.
TNPN is a group of biblically faithful clergy and church liaisons whose objective is to build a permanent infrastructure of like-minded clergy who affirm the authority of scripture, take seriously Jesus’ command to be the “salt and light” to the culture, encourage informed Christian thinking about contemporary social issues, examine public policy issues without politicizing their pulpits and engage their congregations in taking part in the political process on a non-partisan basis.
The American Pastors Network is the largest, national network of pastors who believe in the authority of scripture; who boldly preach the whole counsel of God with a disciplined application of a biblical worldview to public policy; who are building a permanent infrastructure of biblically faithful pastors and lay leaders; and who are mobilizing congregations to participate in the political process on a non-partisan basis. For more information on APN, visit www.americanpastorsnetwork.net
The American Pastors Network is a Ministry Program Affiliate of Capstone Legacy Foundation (a 501(c)(3) non-profit Christian Public Community Foundation registered nationwide). APN’s daily short radio feature, “Stand in the Gap,” airs on more than 40 stations, and the American Family Radio Network airs the one-hour “Stand in the Gap Weekend” on 140 additional stations nationwide. A live one-hour program launched in 2015, “Stand in the Gap Today,” airs on several Pennsylvania radio stations.
To interview Dale Walker from the Tennessee Pastors Network or a representative of the American Pastors Network, contact Deborah Hamilton at 215-815-7716 or 610-584-1096, ext. 102, or Beth Harrison at 610-584-1096, ext. 104, Media@HamiltonStrategies.com.