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Alaska: Life-changing encounter at Crab Fest

Student Missions Blog: The Lord began my summer of service with an amazing week in Kodiak, Alaska, at Crab Fest.

       
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Oklahoma shelter: The reality of safety

Student Missions Blog: Most of us move through our lives in total freedom. At DaySpring Villa, security precautions are a constant factor in daily life.

       
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England: Serving those who serve

Student Missions Blog: The first week of being in a new culture has been interesting, to say the least. There’s always so much to adjust to. You really have to humble yourself and accept that you don’t know everything.

       
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New York: Spring at last; interns on the way

Student Missions Blog: It finally feels like spring, and you have no idea how happy that makes me.

       
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Middle East: Pointing Syrian refugees toward the Son

Student Missions Blog: A few weeks ago, I was blessed with the opportunity to work with refugees from the war in Syria. We handed out aid in the form of food, diapers and other items families needed. 

       
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Africa: Final moments

Student Missions Blog: I cannot believe the end is so close. Where did the last four months go?

       
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Go Now Student missionaries ready to serve

Student Missions Blog: As I’ve been preparing to serve this summer, I thought there wasn’t anything else to know than what I’ve experienced overseas already. I thought: “Culture shock didn’t happen to me. I knew what to expect.”

       
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Denton: Changing lives, changing the world

Student Missions Blog: If there is one thing I have learned while serving on staff at the Baptist Study Ministry at the University of North Texas, it is the essential need for collegiate ministry in the United States.

       
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Middle East: Prayer-walking the marketplaces

Student Missions Blog: Marketplaces, called souqs, are scattered throughout the Middle East. My apartment has two within walking distance.

       
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Denton: Students join in 72 hours of prayer

Student Missions Blog: Recently, the Baptist Student Ministry at the University of North Texas participated in 72 hours of prayer.

       

Middle East: Remember the power of prayer

Student Missions Blog: Seeing crowds of people stretching along the coastline, knowing that nearly all, if not all, are lost spiritually, I’m led back to faith in the power of prayer.

       
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Zimbabwe: Sideline sweet spot

Student Missons Blog: “I’m going to move to Zimbabwe.” I can remember when that was a punchline I used whenever I was joking about leaving America because of social issues. God must have thought it was funny to actually send me there for a week to cover a story on USA volunteers coming to help with a missions project.

       
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New York: Reaching the nations in one city

Brenda Sanders, my Go Now Missions supervisor, recently came to New York City to our Get Connected event. I was so happy to see her and spend time with her.

       
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Haiti: A learning experience

Student Missions Blog: I am learning just how much love I can give by the grace of God and because he has shown me how to love.

       
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Denton: Unexpected benefits from show at TWU

Student Missions Blog: Recently, the Baptist Student Ministry at Texas Woman’s University hosted a benefit show to raise money for summer student missionaries.

       
 
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