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student missions

Florida: Divine appointments

For Kaitlyn Turvaville, a student at West Texas A&M University, serving food to the hungry turned into a "divine appointment" for sharing the gospel.

Students in Moldova

Moldova: My future in God’s hands

This summer, I have spent five weeks in Moldova with four other girls as interns for World Team—much of that time spent learning about the culture and what it would be like as a full-time overseas missionary.

South Asia: Pray for courage

My partner and I grabbed coffee with a girl we had met on public transportation. I was amazed to see how Jesus stirred her heart in mighty ways.

Hospitality House

At Hospitality House: The power of puzzles

Friday nights are busy at the Hospitality House in Huntsville.

Living Vine

Student in Savannah: Free at last

My journey to The Living Vine Maternity Home in Savannah, Ga., has been divinely orchestrated. Like the unwed expectant mothers who are housed there, I have been pregnant.

St. Petersburg

Student in Russia: 'Why am I here?'

Living here is not easy. Why am I here? For the same reason that I am here on Earth.

Mission Centers of Houston

Houston: Viewing a city through barbed wire

Missions Centers of Houston serves two neighborhoods in the inner city—Near North Side and Magnolia.

Ganges ceremony

South Asia: Gifted with pain

Pain is a gift, if it allows us to see a fallen world as Christ sees it.

Jamaica: Let God into the workforce

This was my first mission trip. I accepted Christ only about a year ago. God did miraculous things to provide the funding for this trip, so I knew God wanted me there for some reason. I just wasn't sure why.

Jamaica: Not judge by outward appearance

I was going into Jamaica thinking I would be able to love on all the cute little kids and everyone else in the community.

East Asia: Unfinished business

I have a friend I’ve been talking to all semester. He is a really nice guy, always very polite. I have spent a lot of this semester talking to him about the gospel and sometimes just talking to him about life.

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