Imagine if every single day you got a new tool from Promise Keepers to help you overcome issues and keep growing as a Christian man
Wouldn't that be a powerful pathway for spiritual growth? WiseChoices is the tool that keeps you connected and growing!
The team at Promise Keepers knows that the demands of a busy life can distance us from that close relationship with our Father that we deeply long for. Good intentions don’t make good relationships. What we focus on is what we become passionate about. This is why we have created WiseChoices just for you!
I use the Men of Integrity booklet for my daily devotions and have at times found it profoundly challenging and insightful in my walk with God... I also find the [newsletter] very encouraging. Jon
Every day as men we are confronted with the pressure to make choices. It may be about work, family, finances or the future. The decisions we make will impact us and those around us long after they have been made. They may even impact our destiny.
The change in [Craig] over the past two years since he has been reading [WiseChoices] each day is real and demonstrable. His patience with me and our children has increased, his ability to manage day to day challenges and stress at work and at home is improved, and we are more at peace as a couple and as a family. Elizabeth
Something timeless and worth so much to my own personal growth… has no price. Steve
I use WiseChoices in our Men’s Group and find it awesome, especially getting the DVDs as I use them as a starting point to some good sharing and discussions… The weekly studies from the DVD are good to use. Our church is using them in all our Men's Groups. George
Why WiseChoices? Better Choices, Better Outcomes
When you subscribe to WiseChoices, Promise Keepers will connect with you and encourage you as a man of God via our newsletter. Each day you will get biblical input about living as a representative of Jesus, in the topic-based devotional, Men of Integrity.
Promise Keepers will supply you with a multimedia toolbox so you can tackle the important issues. These videos, audios, studies and articles are packed into the WiseChoices DVD.
• Newsletter (11 issues per year)
• WiseChoices Daily Bible Reading (6 issues, 52 weeks)
• WiseChoices DVD (6 issues per year)
The suggested donation of only $10 per month enables Promise Keepers to produce these powerful resources and continue to serve more men.
Don’t let another day slip by...
WiseChoices videos are now available online in HD for subscribers only [here]
WiseChoices for Prisons
Men tell us how much the daily reading of Men of Integrity benefits them. Imagine if you were in prison with loads of time on your hands. Men of Integrity could help you focus and grow in your faith. So why not sponsor this and help Promise Keepers send WiseChoices to prison!
Note: Sponsorship is for Men of Integrity only. DVDs are not allowed into prison.
Can you help? Sponsor (1 prisoner: $30 per year; 5 prisoners: $120 per year) [here]
I can assure you our guys have devoured these copies with real enthusiasm. We could effectively use 30-50 copies... Thank you for this ministry support. Peter Savage, Chaplain Wellington Prison
I would like to thank you for the devotional books. Any sort of encouragement that the men here can receive is of tremendous blessing which they are so often keen to share. I have used devotional readings that the men have as the basis of a Bible study. This has often generated enthusiastic debate and dialogue over cups of tea and biscuits. Graham Lapslie, Chaplain, Auckland Regional Prison Albany
The men find these devotionals very encouraging and simple to read. I would love these to continue coming to Hawke's Bay Prison. John Flavell, Chaplain, Hawke's Bay Regional Prison.
These resources are a blessing to prisoners as they read and meditate on them and help them with their Christian walk. Viliame Tuisoso, Northern Region Correction Facility, Kaikohe
Many, many thanks for the materials you have sent to Invercargill Prison. Our guys have been most appreciative of the input you have had into their lives, most valuable input. Jeff Low, Chaplain, Invercargill Prison