Brothers’ Keeper (BK) has built a strong legacy and vision of serving Christ for over two decades! As we continue this missional work camp together, why don't you consider joining us for Brothers' Keeper 2022 (BK 22) in Jackson County, West Virginia on June 19-24, 2022 at the Parchment Valley Conference Center?
We invite you to join us in prayer, worship, work and fellowship. BK 22 will absolutely make a difference in the lives of those seeking to help others both spiritually and physically.
This ministry was built with hundreds of our alumni BK “people” who with the Lord’s help shaped this ministry. As a result of this intentional “Kingdom work”, souls have been saved and families who needed help received it both physically and spiritually.
Please bring a team of youth this year along with your adult leaders. Let’s canvas this county sharing God’s Love!
As we prayerfully plan for BK 22, get ready for one of the most blessed camp experiences to happen. Our theme this year is to “Intentionally engaging communities for Christ”.
Parchment Valley Conference Center will practice all safe measures to guard against the COVID Virus and our medical team will be on site during Brothers’ Keeper week.
Share Brothers' Keeper with those you know! Post a flyer in your church, in the grocery store - everywhere!
Brothers' Keeper is a Ministry of Parchment Valley Conference Center. It was established in 2000 and reaches out every year to the Jackson County community for mission projects which youth groups from around West Virginia and surrounding states complete.
Youth have the opportunity to serve, learn, grow and fellowship without having to worry about a passport. Multiple youth and project applicants accept Christ each year… please help us continue to provide that opportunity!
Welcome to Brothers' Keeper 2021 as we share in our theme of doing Christ's work together! We are excited to report on this week's activities and all that we will be doing for the Lord!
Our first day of work included some rain, some mud and a lot of fun as we served the Lord together!
Brothers' Keeper 2021 Day Two continued our work around Jackson County. Already we can see the difference being made in people's lives as we serve the Lord and do Christ's work together!
Brothers' Keeper 2021 Day Three was filled with big jobs for our capable crews! Great teamwork as we served together making a difference in lives with the love of Jesus Christ!
Brothers' Keeper 2021 came to a close with service, leadership, joy and a lot of fun. Lives were changed, students grew in their faith and the Lord was glorified as we served others. And now? We start preparations for Brothers' Keeper 2022!
Beginning Sunday night June 21 at 7 PM we will conduct "virtual worship" as we do each evening at Brothers' Keeper.
We are excited to welcome special guest speakers along with our regular attitude checks, music from our special guest band Blind Journey, photos and videos of work from all of our BK participants and a look back at 20 years of serving the Jackson County area.
If you miss our live or premier, make sure to check back as replays of each evening will always be available on YouTube along with here on brotherskeeperwv.org.
Plan now to be a part of everything happening with Brothers' Keeper 2020!
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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?