Tennessee Pastors Network Calls for Sanctions on Trevecca After University Cancels Conservative GOP Candidate’s Event and ‘Embraces Anti-Biblical Issues and Events’

The Tennessee Pastors Network called on Nazarene Pastors and members of the Nazarene Church to “place financial sanctions” on their support of Trevecca Nazarene University after the institution recently withdrew access to their facilities for a Homeland Security Summit, organized by Mae Beavers, an alumnus of the school and a lifelong Nazarene.

This, in addition to Trevecca’s repeated hosting and celebrations of events the Pastors Network call “anti-biblical LGBT issues,” represent a pattern of behavior that are diametrically opposed to church teachings.

Dale Walker, President of the Tennessee Pastors Network said in a statement, “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 shut on speakers that would communicate about the persecution of Christians, threats to Homeland Security and those that have vowed their hatred toward our Christian values.”

Walker continued:

This ‘Christian Holiness institution’ yet opened their doors for Soulforce to come to the Boone Convocation Center in 2012. Soulforce is a non-profit advocacy organization that supports LGBTQ people from ‘religious and political oppression,’ according to the group’s website. Trevecca welcomed Soulforce and opened the doors of Boone Convocation Center to this discussion on LGBT issues.

The recent bowing to the idol of political correctness by Trevecca is the clear indication that the leftist groups can and will bring pressure on Christian institutions that even dare to expose the truth about Islam and the risk it is to the security of our country.

The persecuted, oppressed Christians in Islamic countries are termed as the Arabic N or Nazarene and this is painted on their homes as they stand proudly for Christ. They do not bend or bow or shirk from their faith, in spite of persecution and at the peril of their own lives.

The Nazarenes in America are cowardly and running from the “faith of their fathers” and shirking their Biblical duty of, ‘Remembering those who are in bonds…’ (Heb. 13:3). May GOD have mercy on us when our so called Christian Colleges are in such a state of spiritual decline when they open their doors to discussion on LGBT issues and yet slam the doors on those that would speak about the persecution of Christians by Islam. I pray the American Nazarenes would find some of the Holy Boldness that the oppressed Christians in Islamic countries have.

I also pray that Nazarene Pastors and members of the Nazarene Church will boldly place financial sanctions on supporting Trevecca and their leaders for treating the honorable Senator Mae Beavers, a lifelong Nazarene, in this despicable manner and refusing to allow a discussion about Christian Persecution and Islam and how it affects our National Security.




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2 Thoughts to “Tennessee Pastors Network Calls for Sanctions on Trevecca After University Cancels Conservative GOP Candidate’s Event and ‘Embraces Anti-Biblical Issues and Events’”

  1. Wolf Woman

    Pastor Dale tells the truth but will the president of Trevecca Dan Boone hear and act according to Christian doctrine? Will he apologize to Sen. Mae Beavers, the program organizers and speakers (and his students) for his lack of courage and faith? It’s doubtful because Boone’s ears are filled with the wax of political correctness or he would have never withdrawn the use of the venue in the first place.

    How ironic that the Christians in the mid-east use the Arabic N or Nazarene to identify themselves whereas in the land of the free and home of the brave, a “Nazarene” university president aligns his Christian school with atheists, haters of Christians, Jews and our Constitution.

  2. For years I have condemned Christian leaders as pious cowards in the face of the persecution of Christians in Islamic lands. Pastors are professionally ignorant and offer no leadership about Islam. The influence of the churches goes no further than their parking lots.

    However, I only condemn 95% of them. Pastor Dale Walker is a Christian leader of courage. .