ChristianPost — Pastors in Pennsylvania are overcoming their fears and rising to the challenge of preaching on political and cultural issues from the pulpit.
On Sunday, the Pennsylvania Pastors Network launched its second Pulpit Sunday where preachers in the state didn’t shy away from politics.
“Pastors – don’t be afraid to teach truth. The world is unafraid to teach lies and erroneous ideas, even though those faulty ideas that often lead to destructive relationships and community demise,” said Pastor Jim Arcieri of Community Bible Fellowship Church in Red Hill, Pa.
This is God’s world, and we are stewards of it, which includes the civil realm. Yes, politics can be a very dirty and dishonest business, and often we see such evidence in the news. Yet, do not be discouraged and give up; stand for righteousness in all four areas of life (the individual, the familial, the ecclesiastical, and the civil), no matter what results.”Continue Reading on www.christianpost.com