Each Mission Trip we take with Bethel Bible, we will post about the team’s daily interactions and happenings while they are serving. This is a great way to stay up to date with each team and know how to specifically pray for them while they are away.
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Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.
Matthew 28: 19-20
Sierra Leone Trip | Day 7 & 8
One of the questions we always ask ourselves when we are here is how good are our schools? We were blessed to have Robyn Sturgeon, an educator, on this trip who spent time observing classrooms and training our teachers and she was impressed! Henry arranged a trip to visit the two best schools…
SIERRA LEONE TRIP | DAY 6
Another wonderful day in Sierra Leone! The Pastor’s Conference wrapped up today. The attendance of pastors and leaders increased each day of the session with the highest attendance on the final day. Today Pastor Fritz, Mark, Jerry, and Pastor Ricky taught on the genres of the New Testament…
SIERRA LEONE TRIP | Day 1-4
These two days were all travel – from the Bethel parking lot at 9:45 am Saturday, departure from DFW, layover in Chicago, layover in Brussels, arrival in Sierra Leone, bus ride to the boat taxi, boat taxi ride across the Sierra Leone River…
International Students Welcome Party
It’s Fall and that means a new school semester and new students at UT Tyler! This year the welcome party was held at the Olsen’s home and combined with the Tyler Sister City program…
Nicaragua Trip | Day 3
2019 Mission Trips
The people are generally happy and so appreciative. It’s a joy to take care of them and hopefully bring people from the other side of the island back to this church. It’s also nice to hand out medical care to people via the church instead of the communist government as a means of showing God’s love…