For some people, going anywhere for the first time can be a bit of an awkward experience. Faith temple isn’t a country club, but it’s a safe haven. It’s a hospital for everyone that is hurting, lost, or simply seeking answers.
“Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and i will give you rest.”…
Jesus ask that everyone come to him. No matter what, he loves you, and accepts you. We strive to live that spirit out in our everyday lives.
Founded in the year of 1985 by Evangelist Oscar Lane. With 100 new believers and 100 re-baptized members, on November 30, 1985, Jack A Morris became the interim pastor for the newly formed Faith Temple Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Because of God’s grace, you are here today. Whether you were just looking, referred by a friend, a relative, or a spouse, we pray that you will receive a blessing as you peruse through the contents of our page.
Mission: “Go ye therefore and teach all nations’ was the mission of Evangelist Oscar Lane in the summer of 1985 when he canvassed the Lancaster-Kiest area of Dallas in search of souls for the Kingdom. There he found a multitude of people who wanted to hear the Word of our Lord. With 100 new believers and 100 re-baptized members, on November 30, 1985, Jack A Morris became the interim pastor for the newly formed Faith Temple Seventh-day Adventist Church. Head elder, Donald Arnette, stated that “despite the poor conditions” of the Lancaster-Kiest Shopping Center where services were held, ”people came without form or fashion to worship God. “