Tom Kroessig is an Ambassador Field Director volunteer for Promise Keepers, serving Fayette and Coweta Counties and beyond. His mission is to be a resource for local Pastors and their men and to act as a liaison between them and the national Promise Keepers ministry. The goal of Promise Keepers is effective ministry to men.

Sunday, September 23, 2007

Stand in the Gap 2007

On Saturday, October 6, 2007 there will be a special event for men in Washington, DC: Stand In the Gap 2007. Learn more at

This is the ten year reunion of the historic 1997 PROMISE KEEPER gathering in which an estimated 1.3 million men assembled to repent and seek God's face on the Mall. I know that a number of you were at that event and may be interested in this year's event as well.

The 2007 event is not a PROMISE KEEPERS event since PROMISE KEEPERS felt that the 1997 Stand In The Gap was a one time call of God for the PROMISE KEEPER ministry. However, it is endorsed by the National Coalition of Men's Ministries (NCMM), of which Promise Keepers is a part. Got that?

Stepping Up to Be a Man in the Eyes of the Lord.

The Fayette County Christian Fellowship's (FCCF) Fifth Sunday Celebration is scheduled for 2:30 PM, Sunday, September 30, 2007 at Grace Evangelical Church. Grace Evangelical Church is located off GA Highway 54 at 164 Flat Creek Trail. Directions and a map are availble at

What is the FCCF? The FCCF is a group of churches that have joined together to foster principals of unity and faith within Fayette County. "The mission of the FCCF is to serve as a catalyst in spearheading spiritual revival in the lives of The Fayette County community of faith. This association will reach beyond denominational, cultural, economic, and racial divides to embrace the concept of love as demonstrated and practiced by our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ."

We are still seeking volunteers to sing with the Praise Team and or Combined Men's Choir for that event. Drop me an e-mail if you are interested in singing:

The theme will be "Stepping Up to Be a Man in the Eyes of The LORD." The service will be led by men, and yours truly will be the speaker. I would personally like your support, but even more importantly, I hope you'll attend because your want to help build unity in the local body of Christ! As many of you know Promise #6 states: A promise keeper is committed to crossing racial and denominational lines to demonstrate the power of biblical unity. Locally, we are calling this Building Biblical Bridges of Brotherhood (see prior blog on BBBB).

Ladies are encouraged to attend to support the men. (I'll have a word for the ladies, too.)

Come and see!