Hello. My name is Lori Merrill and I am the founder of the Keepers Ministry. I, along with the Keepers Ministry team, have launched this site so that we could better serve the women that desire to live out the priorities that God has given us in His Word. I am so glad you have stopped by! Please grab a cup of tea and browse our site so you can learn about this exciting ministry. In the process, we pray you will be encouraged and challenged to be all that God has called you to be. We hope also that you will feel as though you have found a friend in the faith.
Statement of Faith
We believe that there is one true living God. This God, whom we call Father, sent His Son, Jesus Christ to be the Savior of the world. He died upon the cross for our sins so that we could have a relationship with a Holy God, the Father. Because of the sacrifice of His Son, we are able to have a relationship with our Father and have the security of knowing that we will live eternally in heaven with Him. We are thankful that we have His Spirit living inside of us which guides, comforts, convicts and prompts us. All of the things we believe are based on the inerrant Truth God’s Word. Through the study of His Word, this Bible study and ministry were birthed. His Word provides guidance for living and has set us free from living a life that was full, but meaningless. We now seek to live a life according to His priorities and long for other women to know the freedom that we have experienced and still experience today.
Our Ministry Purpose Statement:
The purpose of the Keepers Ministry is to teach, encourage and minister to women while helping them find joy and contentment in God’s call on their life as a Keeper.
This is an exciting ministry for women of all ages and stages of life to rediscover joy, contentment, and value in being the woman God has called them to be. This ministry seeks to encourage women to understand the value of their role in light of God’s Word and to help them walk in contentment and satisfaction while carrying out their calling as found in Titus 2 and Proverbs 31.
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