With Liquor Bill Passed, Tennessee Pastors Network Leader Praying at Courthouse Square Tomorrow

Pastor Dale Walker, president of the the Tennessee Pastors Network, will be in Murfreesboro at noon CDT  Tuesday, April 17 at the Murfreesboro Courthouse Square to pray for the families suffering the effects of horrible addictions to drugs and alcohol. The recent passage of Sunday liquor sales by Tennessee politicians will further contribute to the addiction…

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Author and Researcher George Barna Joins Pastors Conference Call

On February 6, 2018, author, speaker and social science researcher George Barna joined the American Pastors Network for a pastors conference call on the topic of “The State of the Church”. Barna presented research from the American Culture and Faith Institute on the latest findings across the nation on topics of faith,  morality, biblical worldview,…

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Is Praying for the President Biblical?

With Presidents Day just around the corner on Monday, some will be thankful the person they voted for is in office, while others will lament the choice. Regardless, praying for and supporting national and world leaders is an important duty for Christians. “It has never been more critical to pray for our president than the…

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Tennessee Pastors Network President Dale Walker: Walgreens Caved As Target Did – Men Are Welcome in Ladies’ Bathrooms

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Southern California provided details last week on Walgreens’ recently adopted policy to allow males that say they identify as female to use the women’s restroom, reported ChristianNews.net. “All individuals have a right to use restroom facilities that correspond to the individual’s gender identity, regardless of the individual’s sex assigned at…

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Tennessee Pastors Network President Dale Walker Applauds Anti-Addiction Efforts; Calls for Strict Restrictions on Alcohol

Tennessee Pastors Network president, Dale Walker, made this statement as Governor Haslam rolls out his $30 million plan to combat the opioid crisis in the Volunteer State, and Rep. Bud Hulsey introduces a bill to stop DUI offenders from purchasing alcohol: “The cost of addictions in our society is mounting up. The opioid crisis is…

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Jesus Came to Save the World — Including Those in Silicon Valley

Where’s the outrage over the lack of moral standards among those who drive so many technology developments in this country? The recent revelation in the teaser chapter of Emily Chang’s forthcoming book in Vanity Fair about the drug-fueled secret sex parties in Silicon Valley should come as no surprise. It’s just another symptom of godlessness…

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Nazarene College Shuns Constitutional Event; Opens Doors to Anti-Biblical LGBT Issues and Events

This past week, Trevecca Nazarene College canceled a meeting by Gubernatorial Candidate, Senator Mae Beavers on Homeland Security.  The statement below was made by Dale Walker, President of the Tennessee Pastors Network. “Trevecca Nazarene has caved to political correctness as they canceled an event on Homeland Security hosted by Senator Mae Beavers. This past week, Trevecca slammed the doors…

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A National Dilemma: From Prestige to the Basements of Banishment

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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