Category Archives: Nicaragua
At the end of the Aug. 16 evening Worship Service, Associate Pastor Dale Oden led a commissioning service for Temple members and other individuals who will compose this year’s medical mission team for Nicaragua. Each August, the church sends a … Continue reading
Participants in Temple’s 2014 Nicaragua Medical Mission Trip assembled at the end of the evening worship service Aug. 17 for a commissioning service. Dale Oden, minister to senior adults, led the commissioning in the absence of Senior Pastor Dr. Reggie … Continue reading
Jon McWhorter, a member of Temple’s current Nicaragua Mission Team, provided the photographs below, showing some of the group’s activities.
The message below was sent to Minister of Missions John King by John Oakes, one of Temple’s high school students who is with the mission team in Nicaragua this week. The trip to Nicaragua has gotten off to a great start. … Continue reading
For just $180, you can sponsor a Nicaraguan student’s schooling for a year. If you sponsored a child last year, you should have received mail with information about renewing the sponsorship for 2014. If you did not sponsor a child … Continue reading
Temple’s series of information meetings about short-term mission trips for 2014 has begun. The next meeting is scheduled for 6:45 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 22, in Room 76. It will focus on the medical mission trip to Nicaragua, which will be … Continue reading
Would you like to help to improve the dental health of people in Nicaragua? Travel-size toothbrushes and toothpaste are needed for Temple Baptist Church’s upcoming medical mission trip to Nicaragua. Collection baskets are located at each entrance to the church, … Continue reading
Temple Baptist Church’s mission group arrived safely in Nicaragua to build houses and conduct other activities. For more information about the group’s plans for this week and prayer needs, see this post.
On Saturday, June 1, 2013, a mission team from Temple Baptist Church will head to Diriamba, Nicaragua, to work in two different contexts. One team (mostly adults) will be constructing houses for families in need and sharing the love of … Continue reading