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Momentum is building nationwide!
Excitement is building across America for a new movement of God among men. Here are just some of the comments we’ve received in the past few weeks . . .
"I learned early in life never to open a door to a stranger. Thankfully, 22 years ago, I didn’t heed that parental advice and my life hasn’t been the same since.The stranger was a man I had been married to for six years. But that summer night, the man who returned from a Promise Keepers event in Cincinnati was not the same one who had left our home. 'Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come.' It was as if a 3-D, living and breathing version of that Scripture from 2 Cor. 5:17 had walked right in, ushered by the power of the Holy Spirit.I could tell something was different the moment I laid eyes on him. I may not have realized he was on the brink of suicide, but I did realize he was a workaholic and our marriage was a mess. If it wasn’t for Promise Keepers, I would have been a young widow or an old, miserable woman. Thankfully, I’m neither. I am the blessed wife of an anointed man of God, who has a wonderful marriage. I am also the mother of three children who are privileged to have a father who took the role of spiritual head of the household seriously and they are now walking in their callings.We celebrated 28 years of marriage in April. I praise God for Promise Keepers and for the stranger I let into our home. I can’t imagine my life without him."
"My dad and brother called asking me if I would go to PK with them in Des Moines a number of years ago. I said, 'Sure, I will go.' They also asked if I would be willing to help. Thinking it meant setting up chairs or clean up I was happy to help. When they asked men to come to the altar my brother told me that's us we are going to pray with other men. I felt pretty sure of myself and faith but didn't know if I could help others. I tried to kind of stay out of the way until a young man came up to me and asked me to pray for him because his wife had left him the day before. The words to say just came to me. We prayed and hugged. I should have got his name. I went back to my seat and thanked God. There was a reason for me to go and it has strengthened my faith and made me not afraid to share it."
- Matthew’s Mom