Tipping Point Summit for Pastors and Church Leaders! Coming September 10th!

Michael Anthony, lead pastor of Grace Fellowship of York, Pa., in partnership with the Pennsylvania Pastors Network, a state chapter of American Pastors Network (APN), is planning the Tipping Point Summit, a half-day event in York that will mobilize, energize and equip pastors and church leaders to address the most critical issues of the day from the pulpit.

The September 10 Tipping Point Summit is free to attend, either in York, PA, or via live-stream. The event seeks to create a grassroots effort among a non-denominational and diverse group of Bible believers who are coming together in unity to deal with the urgency of the times and helping to demonstrate how pastors can step up as cultural leaders, especially in this critical election year.

“As we watch headlines unfold about violence, terror and policies that break down the family and the church, there is perhaps no more crucial time for pastors and church leaders across the nation to truly step up and take an active role in serving as a catalyst for culture change,” said Gary Dull, PPN executive director, who will serve as the moderator for the event. “Here in Pennsylvania, the Tipping Point Summit on September 10 in York will do just that. This intense half-day of energy, motivation and empowerment will have pastors leaving ready to change their way of preaching, their churches, their communities and the world.”

WHO: Pennsylvania Pastors Network and Grace Fellowship of York
WHAT: Tipping Point Summit
WHERE: 1405 Seven Valleys Road, York, Pa. 17408
WHEN: 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. September 10, 2016
WHY: To awaken pastors, church leaders, elders and deacons to what’s happening in the country in advance of the November election
HOW: For more information or to register, visit www.tippingpointamerica.com

The morning will include three presentations, as well as three diverse Q&A panels. Speakers are:

Pastor Michael Anthony

Hon. Sam Rohrer

Pastor Jamie Mitchell

Pastor Michael Anthony: “The Role of Pastors & Christian Leaders in America: Humble Courage & Biblical Unity”

Anthony, who has appeared on CNN and in The New York Times, Politico and TownHall.com, will discuss the church’s role in culture. He is also founder of the National Week of Repentance (www.revivalmatters.com), founder and president of Godfactor.com, and lead pastor of Grace Fellowship of York (www.graceyork.com).

The Hon. Sam Rohrer: “The Reality of Persecution & How We Can Prepare;” Rohrer is president of the American Pastors Network, of which PPN is a state chapter, and a former Pennsylvania legislator for nearly 20 years.

Pastor Jamie Mitchell: “A Biblical Roadmap for Perseverance & Action;”

Mitchell is senior pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel in Lancaster, Pa.

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  1. Georgia Wilkinson
    Georgia Wilkinson says:

    I hope and pray to God that someone at this conference has the courage to take a stand against Trump, who is no better than Hillary, perhaps even worse. Even Benjamin Netanyahu has said that he would (grudgingly) prefer Hillary over Trump because of Trump’s instability. On all the key issues most important to Christians–Israel, life, religious liberty, etc.–Trump constantly prevaricates, depending on his audience. He won’t even take a stand on the transgender bathroom issue, instead having a “proud-to-be- gay” man who thinks the bathroom issue is “just a distraction” showcased at his (our) convention. Instead of acting as if God is dead, we should fall down before Him, repent, and trust Him to provide another solution (as did Abraham with Isaac). I fear that this will not happen, though, and that whether it’s through the vehicle of Hillary or Trump, we will soon see God pour out His judgment on America!


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