Pasco Temple, Wash., Knows the Way Up
by Caleb Carl Butler –
Changes, challenges and phenomenal growth are taking place at Pasco Temple, Wash., where God is truly at work. Followers gather every week to hear powerful testimonies and commit themselves to serving God and, under the leadership of Lieutenants Lex and Patricia Giron, the Holy Spirit is moving in special ways in lives.
Pasco Temple serves a predominantly Hispanic population with increasing participation in many areas, including childrens’ dedications, baby showers, Sunday school, evangelistic campaigns, leadership commitments and fundraising.
During a recent marriage enrichment program, more than 60 adults were in attendance. Recently, 11 Senior soldiers, six Junior soldiers, and eight adherents were enrolled.
“Pasco Temple is witnessing powerful testimonies and experiencing God’s work in meaningful ways,” says Lt. Lex Giron. “Lives are being changed here.”
“This is one of the most exciting, innovative, and fastest growing corps in the division,” says Northwest Divisional Commander Lt. Colonel Chris Buchanan. “The officers and soldiers of Pasco Temple are role models. They have a vision for outreach, evangelism and discipling that is setting a solid pace for other corps in this territory.”