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Sharing the gospel and our lives with the military community

Hood Hospitality House (Westside)

Hood Hospitality House
485 County Road 4492
Kempner, TX 76539-5488

The ministry of Ben and Doris Hyde focuses on the Wounded Warrior Program at Fort Hood via the Warrior Transition Unit. The focus is one of encouragement and offering the hope of the Gospel. Conversation, coffee, and business cards with mini-Bible Studies allow relationships to begin. Most soldiers are in the WTU program for 12 months. The Hydes also provide a FREE Bed and Breakfast for the WTU men and women at their home in nearby Kempner. The Hydes have been working with the WTU for 8 years. The Warrior Transition Unit works with the physically, emotionally, and pschologically wounded soldier. This makes up a huge spectrum of areas the soldiers have to overcome.

Fort Hood is huge. It exists to train, train, and train again. Fort Hood occupies 335 square miles. The installation serves a wide and diverse community of over 297,000 soldiers, family members and retirees. Fort Hood has a relatively young population, the largest age group being between 25 to 35.