America is waking up to the fact that the Promise Keepers (PKs) are here to stay. They have gone from 4200 men in 1991, to over 500,000 men packing football stadiums throughout the country each year. The PKs challenge Christian men to keep seven central promises, but most people do not know what the promises are and have no idea what the PK movement is all about.To those who have not attended a rally or read the mountain of PK books, this organization dominated by conservative white male Evangelicals seems like a mysterious cult. The PKs have a PR problem that stems from not communicating very well with outsiders (women; those of different denominations and religions, and the non-religious; people of diverse ethnic, social, political, and economic groups).In this first sympathetic look at the PK movement, gifted author Ken Abraham gives the non-PK world a glimpse into who the Promise Keepers really are. It answers questions such as: What promises do they make? How are their lives changed by recommitting themselves to God and developing men's support groups? What impact do PK men have on their wives and children, co-workers, you and me?