Monthly Archives: June 2011

In India: Planting seeds where God provides opportunities

This is a note from a friend who lives in a different part of India. He knows Temple BC well, and has a passion for seeing us reach, “The Heart of India.” He knows it starts with our prayer and … Continue reading

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Page of local service opportunities added

Be sure to check out our new page, “Local Service Opportunities,” by clicking the link with that name at the top of this main page. The page contains brief information about opportunities for local mission service in Ruston and the … Continue reading

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Summer Missions: ‘Massive cleanup event’

Last night Daniel Barnes reported on Facebook about the latest activities of the college students working in Silverdale, Wash. They led 25 volunteers at Children of the Nations in a “massive cleanup event.” Daniel wrote: We worked from 9-3 planting flowers, … Continue reading

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‘Released’ II: Picking up at Tech

One of the groups in “Released” activities May 29 visited Louisiana Tech’s campus to pick up trash. Armed with gloves and trash bags, adults and children scattered, gathering litter as they went and leaving the grounds looking better for Tech … Continue reading

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Associational Mission Trip deadline at hand

Here’s a brief reminder about Concord Union’s Associational Mission Trip to southern Louisiana, which will be July 11-15. The deadline for registering to participate is Friday, June 17. More information, including links to a brochure about the trip, is available … Continue reading

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Summer Missions: Helping at Children of the Nations headquarters

Temple’s crew of college students in Silverdale, Wash., had a busy day yesterday. Daniel Barnes posted on the group’s Facebook page that the students worked from 10 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. using a Weedeater and building steps into the side … Continue reading

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‘Released’ II: Christian Community Action

Temple’s volunteers’ activities at the Christian Community Action May 29 included sorting donated items and sprucing up the yard around the building. In addition to the pictures that you see here, more can be found by clicking on this link. Photos by … Continue reading

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Volunteers to head to Colorado for construction

Thirteen Temple members will leave Friday, June 10, to travel to Gunnison, Colo., for a construction project. While there, the volunteers will work on a conference center for the Christian Hunters & Anglers Association. Please keep the group in your … Continue reading

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College students serve in wide-ranging locales, ways

More than two dozen college students affiliated with Temple Baptist Church have left their comfort zones to head out in a variety of ministries for the Lord. Some are venturing to other lands, including Africa, Brazil, Nicaragua and Peru. Others … Continue reading

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Youth scatter around Santa Fe in mission efforts

Missions Coordinator John King forwarded a note from Minister of Youth and Recreation Casey Williams regarding Temple’s young people and their activities in Santa Fe, N.M. As Casey wrote, the group was about to disperse to a variety of ministry … Continue reading

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