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Men of God Rising Up?

Stephen R. W. Cooper on a Report from Promise Keepers

In church after church across the many denominations of Christianity in this country we have seen beginnings of revival, but not its fruition. Many of us have prayed long for national revival, but something always seems to hold it back.

However, as I attended my fourth Promise Keepers stadium event, I found more reason to hope than ever before. More than 50,000 men gathered in the Pontiac, Michigan, Silverdome (May 2–3, 1997) to repent of sin, turn to God and turn to their families as the call went out for the gathering of a sacred assembly later this fall.

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