Keepers of the Faith

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This article is about the youth organization. For the punk album, see Keepers Of the Faith.

Keepers of the Faith is an independent, decentralized Scout-like program that originated in the United States. It is Bible-based and Christ-centered, and is especially popular with homeschoolers and with churches that do not have a structured youth program in their own denomination.[1][2][3][4] There are separate programs for boys (Contenders for the Faith) and girls (formerly Keepers at Home), though they can be coordinated, and there can be overlap in the skills learned and activities.

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