Promise Keepers had planned to hold its first stadium event in more than two decades this summer before the coronavirus pandemic changed those plans. Now it plans to hold a virtual event instead.
Promise Keepers, a Christ-centered organization dedicated to helping men grow in their Christian faith, has announced the lineup of speakers and performers for its 2020 Global Digital Experience. Men from across the globe will come together by live-streaming the event in their homes and at simulcast locations with churches on July 31 and August 1.
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Keynote speakers include Bob Goff, Miles McPherson, John Gray, Jimmy Evans, Tony Evans and his son, Jonathan Evans, plus many more. Also, a special panel of Christian leaders will discuss race, justice and reconciliation. Pastor A.R. Bernard, Bishop T.D Jakes and Pastor Sam Rodriquez will share their wisdom on the current racial tensions spreading across the nation. The event will feature performances by Christian music artists Danny Gokey, Phil Wickham and Michael W. Smith.
“This powerful lineup, available to all men everywhere completely free of charge, is only possible because of our move to a virtual event,” said Vance Day, president of Promise Keepers. “It’s a tangible demonstration of our commitment to more ministry to more men in more places.”
The two-day event aims to empower men to live a life of integrity and walk with Christ.
The organization’s mission is for these men to live out their God-given identity and purpose by serving in their homes, workplaces and communities. “Every day, we see more evidence that God is doing something big,” Day said.
Founded in 1990 by former University of Colorado football coach Bill McCartney, Promise Keepers is a movement that encourages men to be Christ-like leaders for their church and community. Additional information about the Promise Keepers virtual event is available at their website.