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I am Pastor Jacquie Babb.  I am the senior pastor of Keystone Church and Ministries.  I work along with my husband, Perry Babb, to bring the life and reality of the relationship with Jesus Christ into every day life.  We are very practical in our approach to the Gospel.   We believe that the principles of the Kingdom of God are as relevant as they were in biblical times and they come alive when applied today. The Bible is like an ‘owner’s manual’ that helps people navigate through life toward  their fullest potential.  It promotes healthy mindsets and gives answers to problems that we all encounter during our lifetime.

Join us every Sunday morning on location or streaming on this website at 10am.

Church office hours are 8:30am to 4:30pm, Monday thru Friday.

Pastors Jacquie and Perry Babb

Keep Persevering & Stay Dedicated

Feb. 21, 2011 by  H.B. -  Member of Key Generation affiliated to Keystone Church

You never know exactly what to expect when going to a new school. Well, that was where I was at the beginning of my freshman year in High School. I had just moved to a new house and town and only knew a couple of people that were going to my school.  I signed up for all honors and advanced classes thinking that they were going to be challenging, but not really knowing what to expect. 

Read more: Keep persevering & Stay Dedicated


Key Influences

Feb. 14, 2011 by Jacque Babb - Senior Pastor of Keystone Church & Ministries

The Lord spoke to me this week about the simple truth that the influence of these four relationships will have a significant affect on our Faith.  They are One but each has a role to be recognized.
1. Our Creator; God, the Father.
2. Our Redeemer; saved, healed, delivered by Jesus, His Son.
3. Our Helper; stability and empowerment by Holy Spirit, His Spirit.

Read more: Key Influences


Kids in Motion

Feb. 07, 2011 by J.K. - Kids in Motion Coach

About 2 1/2 years ago I began to see a need in our community for a general fitness program for kids. I had never heard of anything like it and started to see that it was a need that I was capable of filling because of my academic background and because of my love for kids. I remember very distinctly driving to State College by myself one day and I heard the Lord say to me, "Kids in Motion." That's it! I began to get excited about the idea of it but at the same time another feeling of inadequacy and fear (which is so funny because this is one of the major targets of Kids in Motion - confidence!) began to set in. 

Read more: Kids in Motion


If There Is a Thread to Pull, It Will Get Pulled.

Jan. 31, 2011 by Perry Babb - Founder & Overseer of Keystone Church & Ministries

Unraveling the cloth - 'pulling the thread principle'. If you pull a little thread, something big can get unraveled.

1.  Never skip anything:
- Don't pass by a piece of paper you know you should pick up.
- Don't skip a call/email/visit you know you should make, especially the ones noted right then.

Read more: If there is a thread to pull, it will get pulled.


2011, the Year of Exponential Increase!

Jan. 24, 2011 || by Perry Babb - Senior Pastor of Keystone Church & Ministries, Inc. 

Gen 28: 3 “May God Almighty bless you, and make you fruitful and multiply you, that you may be an assembly of peoples;
Ps 18: 19 He also brought me out into a broad place; He delivered me because He delighted in me.

Ps 118:5 I called on the LORD in distress; The LORD answered me and set me in a broad place.

Our KeyCentre is a wide, broad place for us.
In ’10, God began to move us into a wide place.
A wide place is needed for ‘exponential increase’.
This will produce a year of exponential increase.

Read more: 2011, the Year of Exponential Increase!


Applying Biblical Principles to the Workplace (Part III)

Jan. 10, 2011|| by Stephanie A. - HR Expert

The last principle on this series is focus.  Life is not always easy.  So much happens that is out of our control that it becomes very difficult to keep going.  We’re bombarded daily with things that present themselves as priorities when in reality they are the result of poor planning.  As much as I enjoy being in control, I’ve had to learn that the only thing I can control is how I react.  When I’m focused, I can handle the distractions because I have my goals and I know what I really need to be doing.  When I’m not focused, I get carried away with every priority that presents itself as a priority. 

Read more: Applying Biblical Principles to the Workplace (Part III)


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