Welcome Servant Keeper to the Faithlife Family!

Here at Faithlife, we’re committed to helping churches around the world grow in the light of the Bible. We’re not only serving pastors with their weekly sermon prep routine—we’re also focused on making busywork disappear for ministry leaders and church staff. Today, we’re taking a step toward accomplishing our mission by adding Servant Keeper to the Faithlife family.

“God in his grace and mercy has blessed Servant Keeper over the years, and joining the Faithlife family will ensure we can continue to help churches thrive,” said Crystal Merryman, sales manager of Servant Keeper. “This new union brings our customers more options and customization to fit their individual ministry needs. It’s simply the right thing at the right time for Servant Keeper churches, since so many are relying on technology more than ever to do effective ministry.”

Since 1994, Servant Keeper has provided churches with simple, user-friendly software that streamlines many tedious church administration tasks, including attendance tracking, emailing, and small group organization. The Servant Keeper software helps users easily engage in church management and delegate it to appropriate church leaders. 

The Servant Keeper and Faithlife teams will work together over time to deliver a superior integrated ministry platform that will not only support churches in the day-to-day administrative work of the Church but also amplify the message and mission through a robust omnichannel communications engine, fueling digital discipleship like never before.

“It’s an honor to bring Servant Keeper and its users into the Faithlife family and welcome the team that built it to Faithlife,” said Bob Pritchett, Faithlife cofounder and CEO. “Their decades of experience working with church leaders will be an invaluable asset to us as we continue to produce tools to help people spend less time tinkering with technology and more time in the ministry they were called to do. The expertise of the Servant Keeper team will accelerate this mission.” 

Both Servant Keeper and Faithlife share the mission of using technology to equip the Church to grow in the light of the Bible, and we’re excited to combine our efforts to help churches grow strategically without compromise. Together, we believe we can help churches exponentially increase their impact as they work to fulfill the Great Commission in 2020 and beyond. 

Servant Keeper isn’t going away. In fact, churches currently using Servant Keeper will be able to augment what they have with additional Faithlife products right away.

We’re grateful to join forces with our new teammates at Servant Keeper, and we look forward to serving more churches like yours.

Learn more about the addition of Servant Keeper here.

Comments

  1. As a pastor that uses BOTH Faithlife/Logos AND ServantKeeper on a daily basis…what a blessing (and convenience) it is to see the merger of two entities, both that have been founded upon Biblical principles, into one…ALL for the furtherance of the Gospel! Soli Deo Gloria.

  2. As a pastor that uses Faithlife/Logos and ServantKeeper on a daily basis…what a blessing (and convenience) it is to see the merger of two entities, both that have been founded upon Biblical principles, into one…all for the furtherance of the Gospel! Soli Deo Gloria.

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