News Releases from Tennessee Pastors Network

April 2018

Biblical and Prayerful Voting Paramount as Tennesseans Head to the Polls Tuesday

Tennessee Pastors Network President Dale Walker: Voting Is More Critical Than Ever for Those Who Want to Preserve Religious Liberty
April 30, 2018


Governor Signs Law That Allows Liquor Sales on Sundays in Tennessee

Tennessee Pastors Network President Dale Walker: This Sunday, Pastors Should Call for a Day of Mourning and Prayer for the State
April 20, 2018


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

TNPN President Dale Walker: Politicians Sold Out to ‘Big Liquor’
April 16, 2018


Tennessee Pastors Network Rebukes Passage of ‘Despicable’ Bill Allowing Sunday Liquor Sales

TNPN President Dale Walker: Politicians Sold Out to ‘Big Liquor’ Do Not Join Pastors Who Are Ministering ‘After the Bottle Is Empty’
April 11, 2018


March 2018

Tennessee Pastors Network Calls on Legislators to Reject Sunday Sales of Alcohol

TNPN President Dale Walker: Pastors Deal with the Curse of Alcohol ‘After the Bottle is Empty’
March 5, 2018


Tennessee Pastors Network Praises Tenn. Senate for Passing Mandatory Reporting FGM Bill

TNPN President Dale Walker: Sharia Law Approves and, in Some Cases, Makes Horrific Practice of FGM Obligatory for Followers of Islam
March 5, 2018


February 2018

Is Praying for the President Biblical?

Tennessee Pastors Network President Dale Walker: It Has Never Been More Critical for Godly People to Pray for Godly Leaders
February 19, 2018


January  2018

Separation of Church and State— A Grave Misunderstanding

American Pastors Network Explores This Long-Debated Subject on Stand in the Gap Today Radio Program
January 30, 2018


Tennessee Pastors Network President Dale Walker Applauds Anti-Addiction Efforts; Calls for Stringent Restrictions on Alcohol
January 25, 2018


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

Tennessee Pastors Network Says Actions of College Even More Pronounced in Light of Yesterday’s Recognition of Religious Freedom Day
January 17, 2018