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New York: Sowing the Good News

New York: Sowing the Good News

Student Missions Blog: A lot of us are meant to be sowers. We are meant to scatter to seed of God’s word around to others, so that after hearing it, they may grow. This can be difficult sometimes.

       
Oregon: God's love a bigger deal

Oregon: God's love a bigger deal than all else

Student Missions Blog: We had the opportunity to meet and interact with so many University of Oregon students ... to let them know why God’s love is such a bigger deal than all else.

       
New York: A conversation on the doorstep

New York: A conversation on the doorstep

Student Missions Blog: We had about a 20-minute conversation about what he believed and what we know to be the truth. I could tell Richard was hungry for the truth, but he was also cautious why everything we said pointed back to God.

       
New York: God's perfect timing

New York: God’s perfect timing

Student Missions Blog: Serving with a mission team in New York’s Chinatown was a lot more difficult than I expected. I was having a difficult time presenting the gospel to anyone.

       
New York: Meeting people without hope

New York: Meeting people without hope

Student Missions Blog: In the months leading up to my mission trip to New York, one word kept surfacing in conversations with friends and family. As I began to process events after the trip, I noticed that same word seemed to lace itself through the week. That word was hope.

       
Mission Arlington: The week that changed my life

Mission Arlington: The week that changed my life

Student Missions Blog: Go Now Missions gave me an amazing opportunity to serve at Mission Arlington, and my view on people changed entirely. God brought me to Arlington so I could connect with the people served by Mission Arlington.

       
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Arlington: God provides

Student Missions Blog: My regular job at Mission Arlington was providing child care, but on my third day, I worked in the front office to help people who needed food, clothes, assistance paying bills or other aid.

       
UT-Rio Grande Valley: Depending on God

UT-Rio Grande Valley: Depending on God

Student Missions Blog: This semester, I led Bible studies for the first time in my life, and I was scared at the thought of it.

       
UT-Rio Grande Valley: Give thanks

UT-Rio Grande Valley: Give thanks

Student Missions Blog: Recently, the Baptist Student Ministry at the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley hosted one of its biggest outreach events of the year.

       

Canada: A prayer from the heart

Student Missions Blog: I have been learning a lot recently about prayer. It seems the majority of my time here has pointed back to my prayer life—or rather, a lack of one.

       
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Wales: A fish out of water

Student Missions Blog: I’ve found myself in a culture made up of people I don’t know and who do no not know me. I’ve left the familiarity of my home in Texas, and I live in a city far-removed from my comfort zone.

       
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Wales: When “enough” isn’t enough

Student Missions Blog: The word “enough” has been on my mind recently. It’s a burdening word here in Wales. People are plagued with an endless pursuit of this foreign, elusive goal.

       
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Rio Grande Valley: God’s word never returns void

Student Missions Blog: The Baptist Student Ministry at the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley held its fall retreat at South Padre Island. It provided students a weekend to get away from school and enjoy fellowship.

       
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Tarleton State: Burned by the church

Student Missions Blog: During our weekly evangelism training on the Tarleton State University campus, my fellow intern, Megg, and I encountered a student named Chris. This particular day, we were using Soularium cards to initiate spiritual conversation.

       
Fort Worth: Learning patience, discovering boldness

Fort Worth: Learning patience, discovering boldness

Student Missions Blog: In the time I’ve served here in Fort Worth, I’ve learned lessons about flexibility, patience and dependence on God.

       
 
 
 
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