BISHOP KEITH BUTLER
Keith Butler is the founder and president of Keith Butler Ministries (KBM), an international organization established to take the life-changing message of the Gospel. He provides teaching of the Word of God on a variety of subjects such as how to live the life of faith, fulfill the call of God for your life, receive your healing, walking in love and many more topics. PISTIS is specifically designed to train ministers so that they are equipped to go out into their world and teach Jesus effectively. Keith Butler has established several ministry works outside the United States. Currently, there are churches in Toronto, Canada and in Ottawa, Canada. Churches have also been established in London and Luton, England. Keith also supports churches in Sophia and Varna, Bulgaria.
Keith has established PISTIS School of Ministry in each of the locations above as well as in Pretoria, South Africa. In the fall of 2013, PISTIS opened in Accra, Ghana and Kraków, Poland. He also opened ministry schools and churches in St. Petersburg, Russia and in Marseille, France. Through KBM, Keith Butler is teaching the Word, doing the work, and touching the world! He continues to travel around the United States and the world as an itinerant teacher, preaching and teaching from God's Holy Word.
Though the Word of Faith Ministerial Alliance, Keith Butler serves as the pastor and overseer to other pastors and ministers in and outside of the United States. For more information about The Alliance, visit faithleaders.com.
PASTOR DEBORAH BUTLER
Pastor Deborah is a licensed and ordained minister of the Gospel. Her encouraging, yet down-to-earth teaching imparts wisdom from the Word of God into all that hear her speak. One of Pastor Butler’s many duties is serving as the Director of God's BeYOUties, the women's ministry at Word of Faith in Southfield and Faith4Life in Toledo. Pastor Deborah is often called to travel to other ministries to teach and admonish women to walk in the wisdom of God, and to experience peace in every area of their lives.