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The Promise Keepers Open Its Doors To Women

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The Promise Keepers Open Its Doors To Women

The Promise Keepers Open Its Doors To Women

The Promise Keepers Open Its Doors To Women

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The Promise Keepers, a men's evangelical group, celebrates 20 years of ministry with their "A Time to Honor" conference. This year, for the first time, program coordinators have created special sessions aimed at both men and women.

Promise Keepers President Raleigh Washington talks about his organization's mission and how the men see themselves as protectors of the women in their lives.

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