Keepers Ministry

Cheddar Corn Mini Quinoa Frittatas

Cheddar Corn Mini Quinoa Frittatas
Quin—What?
Quinoa (kin wa)! Have you tried it yet? It’s a grain crop, grown for its edible seeds. It contains fiber, protein, and minerals and no gluten. Quinoa is easy to prepare.
My family likes this recipe that uses quinoa. It freezes well too! Read More

I Ran the Whole Show...or so I Thought!

I Ran the Whole Show...or so I Thought!
Do we love to get testimonies??? You bet we do! They are so encouraging and we rejoice in the growth these testimonies represent. What better way to celebrate Mother's Day than with an encouraging story of a woman's changed life? It is truly remarkable what Truth, His Truth, can accomplish in our lives. Grab a cup of coffee and come be encouraged by Kathleen's testimony... Read More

Grief

Grief
In October of 2014, after having some esophagus and stomach pain, my husband, Shane, went in for a scope at one of our local hospitals. The doctor came in to share news we never expected… Read More

Spunky Keeper's Take on Communication!

Spunky Keeper's Take on Communication!
Have you met our guest anonymous writer, “Spunky Keeper”? She sometimes struggles with the things she is learning from the Called to be a Keeper Bible study and she’s not shy about sharing those difficulties with us. Thank goodness she feels comfortable saying what we might not ever dare say out loud!
Today we get to eavesdrop on a conversation “Spunky Keeper” had with a friend she met in her Called to be a Keeper Bible study class...
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It Changed My Life!

It Changed My Life!
Although we've heard that from women who have taken the Called to be a Keeper Bible study, ministry work is hard. The enemy fights with gusto to keep us from sharing God’s Biblical priorities with today’s women. The entire Keepers Ministry team has experienced various trials and tribulations, but that is only half the story... Read More

Ministering to the Miscarrying Mom

Ministering to the Miscarrying Mom
Two years ago, we moved to a new town with a small child and one on the way. Before, during, and after the move, I prayed for the Lord to surround our family with friends who loved Him and loved us. Within the first year, I basked in the answer to that prayer... Read More

Is It Time For a Personal Spring?

Is It Time For a Personal Spring?
Isn’t spring amazing? Brown and bare limbed trees begin to turn green or explode into color overnight. Brave spring blooming flowers have burst through the cold soil to share their lovely hues. Soon even the grass will be a lush green.
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A Special Time of Family Worship at Easter-Part 2

A Special Time of Family Worship at Easter-Part 2
Here are a few more ideas from Marcia Newkirk you could use to teach the Easter story to your children... Read More

A Special Time of Family Worship at Easter-Part 1

A Special Time of Family Worship at Easter-Part 1
As wives and mothers we often plan far ahead for special holiday times with our precious family and friends. Why not plan this year for a unique and special time of family worship in the week before Easter? Will you spend more time picking out your daughter's Easter dress and shoes or sharing with her what the first Easter morning was like? Read More

Can We Talk About Technology?

Can We Talk About Technology?
As stay at home moms, we can be tempted to “check out” at times and be more engaged with the outside world than our family. FB, Instagram, Pinterest, the news, texting, etc. allow us to roam without leaving our home. Although none of these things are bad, are we in need of "guardrails"??? Read More
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