Keep Believing Ministries

Oak Brook, IL
Founded: 2006
Current Status: Member
Member Since: September 7, 2010
ECFA accredited organization

Financial Data
   Cash Donations $311,231
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $28,087
   Total Revenue $339,318
   Total Expenses $279,644
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
Total Assets $418,459
Total Liabilities $1,944
Net Assets $416,515

Data for year ended December 31, 2016
Per the organization's financial statements

Contact Information
Keep Believing Ministries
Oak Brook, IL
Tel: (630) 575-0400
Fax: (630) 575-0630
Top Leader: Dr. C. Raymond Pritchard
Donor Contact: Dr. C. Raymond Pritchard

Ministry Description
Keep Believing Ministries uses the internet to provide Bible teaching resources for the body of Christ worldwide. They focus on helping pastors and equipping the rising generation of young Christian leaders. They also provide free copies in bulk of the book "An Anchor for the Soul", written by President, Dr. Ray Pritchard, to chaplains in ministry with prisons, the military & mercy organizations, and disaster relief agencies. Dr. & Mrs. Pritchard also maintain a busy conference and teaching schedule across the country and world-wide.

We believe that in Jesus Christ there is something worth believing in eternally. Our call is to keep believing in Jesus and to encourage others to do the same. We do this through serving local churches and the body of Christ worldwide by offering practical tools and relevant resources for effective ministry. We minister to church leaders, Christians in the marketplace, students, the hurting, new believers, and those seeking to know God.

Ministry Sectors
  • Discipleship
  • Evangelism
  • Family & Marriage
  • Place of Worship & Spirituality

  • Ministry Types
  • Media: Internet (primary)
  • Camping, Conference
  • Leadership Training
  • Military Outreach
  • Bible Study & Engagement
  • Discipleship
  • Literature Pub/Distribution
  • Pastoral Support
  • Bible Training
  • Evangelism