We’ll celebrate our 20th anniversary as a ministry back where it all began–and where it will be re-launched–at Folsom Field.  We believe there will be a powerful move of God unmatched for hundreds of years. The secret to this outpouring of God’s Holy Spirit is to revisit three key priorities embraced by the first century church. These priorities are also embraced in the Seven Promises of a Promise Keeper.

  • Proverbs 31:31: They celebrated virtuous women at the city gates. We expect men to invite thousands of women to “A Time to Honor.” This will be powerful. We need to rally around women and raise the bar for what it is to be virtuous. The next generation must have a true model for womanhood.
  • Acts 2:43-48: They shared their resources equally. As the days get more difficult, the church that is truly anointed will be one that opens its arms to the less fortunate. We want to catalyze men to serve the poor, the oppressed and the needy through their local church.
  • I Corinthians 4:15: Honoring the Spiritual Fathers of the Faith. Paul said that though we may have countless teachers in the faith, we will not have many fathers. And he became our father through the Gospel. We want to honor the Jewish Believers who are the spiritual fathers of our faith.

As we put these same principles into action at Folsom Field, we are convinced that God’s presence will be evidenced in life-changing ways.

For more information on how to be involved go to:
http://www.promisekeepers.org/a-time-to-honor/boulder-co