Brothers' Keeper celebrates 20 years being "doers of the Word" (James 1:22). WIll you be a part of the celebration June 21-26, 2020?
What a BK week!!! Our crews built 14 porches/decks, 6 wheelchair ramps, they completed 9 roof coats (sealant and tar), roof repairs, gutter fixes and updates, drywall patching and paint, underpinning, lots of yard work, dryer vent repairs, plumbing, trash removal, burial of dead animals (yes, it happened), child care, teaching AND more! We are already looking forward to the 20th Anniversary of Brothers' Keeper. Yes, BK 2020 is almost here!!! #bk20
Hope for some is simply new pavers that keep them out of the mud. For others, it is replacing a rotting and dangerous deck. Wheelchair ramps, new flooring, walls without holes... hope comes in many forms. But Brothers' Keeper bears the hope of Christ through servanthood as our teams serve throughout the community!
Sometimes bringing hope means facing struggles... rain, mud, bees... but in the end it is all worth it as we serve as the hands and feet of Christ. We are Bearers of Hope!
Brothers' Keeper 2019! We are Bearers of Hope... see what our crews are doing around the Jackson County area. It is amazing what God can do through His servants!
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Brothers' Keeper, affectionately known as "BK" for short was established in the year 2000. Based at Parchment Valley Conference Center reaches out every year to the community for mission projects. Most are construction projects for low income families or families with a handicapped member. Youth groups from around West Virginia and surrounding states have come in to do mission work in Jackson County, West Virginia.
Every year Brothers' Keeper serves over families all over Jackson County, all while developing a mind for mission work in over 100 youth missionaries and our adult counselors and crew chiefs.
At the center of yearly planning is gospel scripture from the book of Matthew, chapter 25, verse 40. What better way to serve Christ than by serving his creation?