Promise Keepers Event Coming Soon!

June 10, 2021 • United States
Promise Keepers event July 16-17 Arlington AT&T Stadium

Join thousands to hear from a tremendous lineup of speakers and be encouraged in your walk with Christ.

The Promise Keeper’s Men Conference will be held July 16-17 at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, in Arlington, Texas. Organizers invite all men to gather for “worship that strengthens the soul, brotherhood that lasts a lifetime, and tools that empower you to be the man Christ intended you to be.”

Go to PromiseKeepersEvent.com to learn more and reserve your tickets today!

An outstanding group of speakers will address attendees, including: Jonathan Evans, former NFL fullback and chaplain for the Dallas Cowboys and Dallas Mavericks; Les Parrott, bestselling author of Love Talk; Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference; Nick Vujicic, bestselling author of Life Without Limits; retired Lieutenant General Jerry Boykin; and others.

“Promise Keepers has been ministering Biblical truth to men for some 31 years and has had tremendous impact on so many lives,” Franklin Graham posted on Facebook on June 9. “Get a group from your church or plan to go alone, but make plans to be at the July 16-17 conference.”

The post galvanized a number of positive comments and testimonies, including these:

“A unique time; in most church worship you hardly hear the men’s voices,” Dale said. “At Promise Keepers, you feel like the corporate sound overwhelms the city.”

Ken added: “Promise Keepers changed my life and in turn, changed my church, changed families, changed the community.”

“Promise Keepers has been ministering Biblical truth to men for some 31 years and has had tremendous impact on so many lives.”—Franklin Graham

“One of the best things I ever did for spiritual growth in my life. Grab some friends and or family and just do it,” Gale encouraged.

Strong Despite Criticism

Earlier this year, USA Today ran an opinion piece in which author Mike Freeman advocated that neither AT&T nor the NFL should associate their businesses with Promise Keepers because they would be, in his words, “helping to mainstream hate speech.”

Franklin Graham posted a response on Facebook the next day, May 6, stating the issue is not one of hate, but of religious freedom. It is clear that Promise Keepers was being criticized for adhering to Biblical norms. “This is the cancel culture speaking,” Graham wrote.

Promises Keepers has no plans to change venues.

Please pray for this upcoming event, that many will be strengthened and encouraged in their faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Ask that many will be saved as well. Pray for Promise Keepers leadership to stay strong and continue standing for Biblical truth in regard to marriage, sexuality, and other important issues.

Notes: Locations around the country will also serve as simulcast host sites for those who would like to participate but cannot attend in person.

This year’s event will be available via real-time audio translation and closed captions in English and Spanish as well as Mandarin, Hindi, French, Russian, standard Arabic, Bengali, Portugese, and Indonesian.

Be watchful, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong. Let all that you do be done in love.
—1 Corinthians 16:13-14 (ESV)

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