Servant Keeper has recently joined forces with Faithlife, the makers of Logos Bible Software. We chose to partner with Faithlife because now, more than ever, the church needs powerful, state-of-the-art technology that can help deliver the timeless message of the gospel through modern communication channels. And we believe that work is best done with our two brands working together toward a common goal.
Together, we will 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.
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.
Servant Keeper is a church software company founded in 1994 by Ed Newman. Ed had a vision to see churches “organizing God’s people” by using the emerging technology of personal computers. He was passionate that churches could do this in a way that would enhance their ministry while reducing administrative overload. Witnessing a marketplace filled with overpriced and unreliable products that were extremely difficult to learn and use, he decided to create an entirely new software program to help churches. Collaborating with two developers, he created the first version of Servant Keeper and was the sole employee for the first year.
From the start, Ed’s vision was to develop powerful church software that was affordable and easy to use. Working from a converted “apple house” in his backyard, he started calling churches to tell them about Servant Keeper. Customers immediately loved what they saw, and the rest, they say, is history.