Friday, August 12, 2005

Scaled-back Promise Keepers retains family, faith message

Scaled-back Promise Keepers retains family, faith message

More than 14,000 expected at Nashville conference

The Tennessean - Nashville,TN,USA

In the early to mid-1990s, Promise Keepers was synonymous with stadium-sized conferences filled with men committing their lives to their faith, families and ...

The Tennesean - Article By JEANNINE F. HUNTER

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Promise Keepers, the nationwide men’s movement that swept the country 15 years ago, is back in Nashville today and tomorrow.

3 — The number of times Promise Keepers has held a major event in Nashville. There was a clergy conference in February 1998 and a men’s conference in August 2001.

14,600 — The number of people expected to attend

13,800 — Number of attendees who either purchased their tickets individually or from churches that sold them in 25-, 50- and 100-ticket blocks.

800 — The number of volunteers; more than half are women.

SOURCE: Promise Keepers

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