Missionary Adult Ministry Serving in Fort Hood United States◄ Back to Missionaries
The Hydes’ ministry is to reach out to the soldiers and staff at the Wounded Warrior Program at Fort Hood. They also provide retreats to the soldiers and the chaplains at Fort Hood. To meet the needs of the Fort Hood Community, these retreats focus on spiritual fitness, marriage, leadership, communication, and preparing singles for marriage. The schedule of activities varies. The most popular days for retreats tend to be Wednesday and Friday. The retreats run from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Friday evening and Sunday afternoon are Bible study and fellowship times. Biography of Ben & Doris Ben is from Maryland and went to Virginia Polytechnic Institute and Multnomah Bible School. Doris is from Ohio and went to Taylor University in Fort Wayne and Wheaton Graduate School. Both are active in the Chapel programs on Post. Ben and Doris have two daughters, Bethany and Brittany. Before the Hydes were married, Ben served in Korea with TEAM mission. Ben was impressed with the ministries of OCSC. After Ben and Doris were married and they decided they wanted to use their home to do a hospitality ministry. They applied to OCSC, subsequently called Cadence. Ben and Doris Hyde have been with Cadence International for 25 years. On their first assignment in 1986, they established a hospitality house near Camp Walker in Taegu, Korea. In ‘92, they were assigned to Fort Hood, Texas and established a hospitality house and retreat center on the west side of Fort Hood. They have been there 20 years. The Hydes run the Hood Hospitality House, a large facility, in Kempner.
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