APN’s ‘Stand in the Gap Minute’ Makes Daily Debut on VCY America Radio Network Today
60-Second Doses of Biblical Wisdom from APN Leader Sam Rohrer Will Now Reach Listeners Daily Across the Nation
PHILADELPHIA—A lot can be packed into a minute.
For several years, American Pastors Network (APN) President Sam Rohrer has offered for years the weekly “Stand in the Gap Minute,” a daily, 60-second radio feature that presents biblical and constitutional principles to listeners. One feature per week airs on nearly 400 radio stations, including the American Family Radio Network and Bott Radio Network.
Now, APN makes available a new “Stand in the Gap Minute” each day, and the VCY America Radio network, with more than 40 stations in 11 states, will share the biblical wisdom with listeners daily during the evening drive at 5:19 p.m. CT.
We’ve been blessed to share practical applications of powerful biblical truths to encourage, challenge and educate millions of listeners across the country,” Rohrer said. “And we are honored that VCY America will carry the daily ‘Stand in the Gap Minute’ features. We hear from listeners time and again that they value these daily nuggets of biblical wisdom as they consider the culture through a worldview that keeps Jesus at the core.”
VCY America Radio features solid Bible teaching programs, live call-in programs on issues of concern to the Christian community, news and commentary, radio dramas for the young and young at heart, and conservative, uplifting Christian music. Besides the current 40-plus stations, three additional VCY stations will be added soon in Arizona, Missouri and Texas.
At the end of 2018, APN marked its five-year anniversary. In 2013, APN leaders were called and moved to form a ministry that would serve as a nationwide network of biblically faithful pastors and their church members whose objective would be to build a permanent infrastructure of like-minded Christians who would:
- 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
- engage their congregations in taking part in the political process on a non-partisan basis
“We’ve stayed true to that mission, and God’s blessings have been miraculous,” Rohrer said. “So much has been done with so little. There have been no single deep pockets, no large benefactor and certainly no government funding. Yet God has done great things in five years.”
Specifically, APN has made incredible strides in media, through both radio and television.
Over five years, APN has started and maintained three national radio programs—“Stand in the Gap Today,” “Stand in the Gap Minute” and “Stand in the Gap Weekend”—airing on over 1,200 radio combined stations nationwide at different times of day and reaching millions each week. These very popular and well-received programs consider the most important concerns facing the world from a biblical and constitutional perspective.
Then, this past April, APN began a new weekly television program, which considers transcending cultural issues, seemingly difficult to navigate, from a biblical worldview perspective. “Stand in the Gap TV” first aired on WBPH in Philadelphia and has expanded to VCY-TV in the Milwaukee market, Lighthouse Channel 49 and the national Upliftv network. Rohrer and co-host and millennial pastor Isaac Crockett routinely welcome expert guests to lend insight into topics such as: gun control, immigration, opioid addiction, race relations, Israel, Islam, marriage, voting and more.
Listen to “Stand in the Gap Minute” features here. For information on how to air the new daily “Stand in the Gap Minute,” or any of the other APN radio programs, contact Hamilton Strategies at Media@HamiltonStrategies.com or 610.584.1096, ext. 105.
View the media page for APN here, which also details information about “Stand in the Gap.” For more information on APN, visit www.AmericanPastorsNetwork.net, its Facebook page or follow APN’s Twitter feed, @AmericanPastors. To form a state chapter of APN, contact email@example.com.