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Rio Grande Valley: Smiles transcend language barriers

Student Missions Blog: Since I live in the Dallas area, it definitely was culture shock at first when our 14-member team arrived in the Rio Grande Valley, along the Texas/Mexico border. But within a few days, it felt similar to home.

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New York: Connecting with parents by loving children

New Yorkers are known for living in tight areas and making the most out of their homes and space.

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STCHM: Still a child

Student Missions Blog: I am 20 years old. I still have a way to go in life, but I am slowly and surely gaining responsibility and freedom.

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New York: Thirsty for truth

Student Missions Blog: Living in the Big Apple has been a life-changing experience. Intentionality here is a must.

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Oklahoma: When God answers, he answers well

Student Missions Blog: As we have adjusted to life at the domestic violence and sex-trafficking shelter where we are serving this summer, our team of seven missionaries has come to terms with the reality of this ministry.

New York: Bringing hope to a dark city

New York: Bringing hope to a dark city

Student Missions Blog: Some think of a trip to New York City as a vacation; others are frightened to death by the idea of spending time in such a big city. However, New York City is ripe for missions.

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Georgia: Jesus and Jurassic World

Student Missions Blog: Recently, I watched Jurassic World. As crazy as it may seem, I even drew some parallels to the gospel.

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STCHM: God provides beyond our expectations

Student Missions Blog: If there is one thing that I have learned, it is that sometimes the Lord provides above and beyond our imagination.

Oregon: Planting seeds at a cookout

Oregon: Planting seeds at a cookout

Student Missions Blog: It had been a long day, and it was only noon, but the Lord had been at work since before the day even started.

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New York: A Muslim-background believer presents his testimony

Student Missions Blog: Father’s Love Indonesian Church recently celebrated its 8th anniversary in New York City. We celebrated with a special worship service featuring dance, choruses, guest speakers and a feast.

Thailand: My God is bigger

Thailand: My God is bigger

Student Missions Blog: I am part of a team in Bangkok working with a ministry that reaches out to exploited men and transgender individuals working in the red-light district.

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Arlington: Clarification of God’s calling

Student Missions Blog: The first night, we were leading a revival in an apartment complex with families living in poverty. As soon as I walked in, three young kids latched onto me.

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New York: Saturday block party

Student Missions Blog: I enjoy Saturdays. Every Saturday is “team day” for the interns at Metro-New York Baptist Association.

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Canada: Sharing the truth with curious campers

Student Missions Blog: We’ve officially had our first group of kids come through Frontier Lodge Camp here in Quebec.

Wisconsin: Unexpected connections

Wisconsin: Unexpected connections

Student Missions Blog: When I was placed on the Northern Exposure team to Wisconsin, I expected maybe one or two strange connections with people the entire time I was here. What I didn’t realize was this story really started 20 years ago in the small Texas community of Duffau.

 
 
 
 
 
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