COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Promise Keepers, the Christian men’s ministry which filled stadiums across America and convened over a million men to the Mall in the District of Columbia in the 1990s, will begin taking pre-registrations June 1 for its new national event July 31 and Aug. 1, 2020 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, home of the Dallas Cowboys. The event is projected to draw 80,000 men from across the country and around the world, with another 5 million participating via simulcast.
Ken Harrison, CEO and Chairman of Promise Keepers, stressed why the need for Promise Keepers is greater than ever:
For too long, society has pushed men to be passive and effeminized. We’re told we’re “toxic.” Men are taught to sit by and do nothing while our families crumble around us. But the Bible calls us to “Act like men,” and “be strong” (1 Corinthians 16:13).
Just imagine what would happen if the men of America stepped forward and truly lived out their responsibilities before God. Imagine the sea change we would witness across our nation.
That’s why our next event will feature speakers who will preach from the Word of God with power and inspire men to take up their responsibilities as servant kings. Our worship will shake the stadium’s foundations. And we’re planning for our impact to continue long after the event as teams of men rise up to change their communities for Christ.
Judge Vance Day, COO and general counsel of Promise Keepers explained the benefits of pre-registration:
Pre-registration gives men the the ability to purchase their ticket July 31, 2019, a day before sales open to the public Aug. 1. Pre-registering is risk free since there is no obligation to purchase, and it allows men to become “PK Insiders.”
PK Insiders enjoy priority access to ticket purchases and early-bird pricing, exclusive monthly web-based video conference calls with PK leadership and board members, insider-only experiences leading up to the event, and inspiration and resources from key conference speakers before the event to make the overall experience much more powerful.
Tickets are reasonably priced, with additional discounts given to churches, families, men’s ministries and those who serve.
- General Admission $99
- Early Bird $89
- First Legacy $79: Must first purchase general admission registration, then purchase a registration for a family member at $79, followed by all other family members at $59. “Family member” means the birth father, adoptive father, foster father, father-in-law, grandfather, son, grandson, brother or brother-in-law.
- Second Legacy $59
- Men’s Ministries $79
- Church Groups $79
- Veterans $59
- First Responders $59
Speakers and musicians will be announced in fall 2019.
KEN HARRISON is the CEO and chairman of the new era of Promise Keepers. Founded originally in 1990 by Coach Bill McCartney, Promise Keepers was one of the largest Christ-centered movements ever. Today, under Harrison’s leadership, Promise Keepers is calling men back to courageous and bold servant-leadership by sparking a movement that will mobilize millions of men to follow Christ into today’s broken world as changemakers for their families, churches and communities. Ken also serves as CEO of WaterStone, a Christian Community Foundation that oversees donations of millions of dollars per month to build God’s kingdom. After starting his career as an LAPD street cop in South Central, Harrison spent nearly two decades in the commercial real estate arena both nationally and internationally.
Ken has been married to his wife, Elliette, for 28 years and they have three children.
Harrison’s newest book, The Rise of the Servant Kings: What the Bible Says About Being a Man, is available wherever books are sold.
JUDGE VANCE DAY is the COO and general counsel of Promise Keepers. An accomplished trial lawyer, he has tried over 300 bench and jury trials. He served as a Circuit Judge from 2010 to 2018, beating back vicious attacks because of his refusal to perform same-sex weddings. Vance and his wife Mattie have been married for over 32 years and are the proud parents of three children. They live in Redmond, Oregon.