Promises to Keep: Daily Devotions for Men Seeking Integrity
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Number of Pages: 416
Publication Date: 1996
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A powerful new movement is sweeping across America:Christian men are coming together to make a difference in their families, churches, businesses, and communities.They are helping one another acknowledge a deep-seated need and hunger for spiritual nourishment and Christian fellowship. They are "sharpening" one another's understanding of what it means to be a man today.
The first book of daily meditations created expressly for men in search of spirituality, Promises to Keep draws together the words of hundreds of prominent Christian authors and leaders. Offering inspiration and motivation, this little treasure provides the spiritual dimensions lacking in the lives of so many and proves that men can be strong and tender, can lead without tyranny, can be authoritative without arrogance, and can have relationships with each other that are full of meaning, insight, and even love.
Jim Shank5 Stars Out Of 5May 2, 2010Jim ShankThis is a powerful collection of devotions written by Christian men across the ages. It changed my life and enhanced my walk with the Lord. I wore out the first copy using it daily since the mid 1990's when I purchased it at a Promise Keepers rally. It was out of print for awhile. I am thrilled it is now available again. Jim Shank
Billy Franklin4 Stars Out Of 5June 2, 2008Billy FranklinIt is very good except I wish it had references to the devotion so you can look at other verses as well concerning that day's topic.