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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Pastors Address Church Shooting: ‘We Must Be Vigilant’

Recent Texas Tragedy is Forcing Faith Leaders to Reconsider How Best to Protect Members of their Communities This article was originally published on Lifezette HERE. The largest national network dedicated to equipping pastors to be voices for truth in the public square, the American Pastors Network, spoke out against the mass shooting event on Sunday, Nov….

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5 Reasons and 5 Ways to Honor Pastors During Pastors Appreciation Month

October is Pastor Appreciation Month, and while churchgoers might think the “good sermon, pastor” sentiments they give on their way out the door is enough, today’s church leaders serve as a light to millions of people in a dark world. Perhaps at no other time in history have America’s pastors been more needed in this…

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A Time to Choose

By Sam Rohrer, President of the American Pastors Network. “I call heaven and earth to witness against you this day, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and curse. Therefore choose life, that both you and your descendants may live.” (Deut. 30:19). As America’s sesquicentennial year approaches, and as we have recently…

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The Mission of Tennessee Pastors Network

THE MISSION To identify, encourage, equip, educate and network pastors and church members to “Stand in the Gap for Truth” To be a voice for Truth and an advocate for Pastors in the Public Square by providing Bible-based and Constitutionally consistent analysis and recommendations on matters of public policy. To strengthen the Biblical relationship between…

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Knoxville the first place Obamacare could fail

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT/CNN)– With the only insurer left on the Affordable Care Act exchange in the Knoxville area set to exit the market in 2018, the city could become the first place in the nation where Obamacare fails, according to a CNN Money report. When Humana pulls out of the exchange next year, roughly 40,000…

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