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Denton: What would you ask God?

Student Missions Blog: After covering the campus sidewalks at Texas Woman’s University with question marks and some information, we hoped for a good turnout on Friday at the Baptist Student Ministry for Alpha.

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Africa: Serving in dangerous places

Student Missions Blog: The most rewarding part of interviewing people for articles is getting to hear stories I might never hear otherwise. For instance, I am in the process of writing an article for a story about a couple who recently served in Uganda. 

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New York: Planting seeds during a cold winter

Student Missions Blog: We have experienced several winter storms here in New York City, and I’ve pretty much had it. 

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Denton: Doctrine and Dialogue

Every Friday, students meet at the University of North Texas BSM for “Doctrine and Dialogue,” as they discuss various Christian beliefs. 

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Montana: Sent to Serve

Student Missons Blog: The first thing I said that morning was, “Do I really have to get up to shovel snow?” Then I saw my towel. It was a Go Now towel from a couple of years prior that said, “Sent to Serve.”

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Arlington: New year, new marriage, new life

A year-long, circuitous journey led a Chinese couple to faith in Christ.

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Midwestern: Muslim visitors came to play, not pray

Student Mission Blog: I watched as they walked through the door of the Baptist Student Ministry building— five new Muslim students from Saudi Arabia—each one with a smile on his face.

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South Africa: Learning to be a 'Jozi'

Student Missions Blog: I am learning to be a Jozi—a common term for residents of Johannesburg, South Africa, or “Joburg” for short. 

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Denton: Power of prayer and pancakes

Student Missions Blog: On Wednesday of the second week of this semester, the Baptist Student Ministry participated in an event called the “International House of Prayer and Pancakes.”

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Transformation on a Tyler campus

Student Missions Blog: Serving as a campus missionary has radically transformed my definition of serving “the least of these,” as Jesus commanded.

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Montana: Getting acquainted, making an impact

Student Missions Blog: Until I started serving in campus ministry here in Butte, Montana, I had lived in Texas all my life. In fact, I had never been outside the state more than about two weeks.

UTA: Am I Cain?

Arlington: Am I Cain?

Student Missions Blog: This semester I have been slowly—very slowly—working my way through Genesis in a study with two friends, Eunmee and Seohee, who are from South Korea.

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Africa: God is not limited

Student Missions Blog: About three days into my African expedition, before our trek to South Africa, my teammate and I experienced life in a traditional African village in Botswana.

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Denton: Lost sheep

Student Missions Blog: Each day I get to be a part of what God is doing among students here at Texas Woman’s University. But when a particular student decided she wanted to come to my office and meet with me, I was in disbelief.

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Arlington: False gods and idolatry not confined to the past

Student Missions Blog: The idea of people worshipping idols always seemed archaic to me. I thought it doesn’t actually happen anymore.

 
 
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