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Mission Arlington: More than expected

Mission Arlington: More than expected

Student Missions Blog: Over Christmas break, I served in Arlington as part of a 12-person mission team, and I learned how God does even more than we ask for or expect.

Student Missions Blog

Vermont: Seeing God at Work

Student Missions Blog: On my recent mission trip to Bennington, Vt., I saw God work in miraculous ways, and it took almost no time at all.

Student Missions Blog

HPU: Mustaches for missions

Student Missions Blog: November was a pretty busy month for our Baptist Student Ministry—the much-anticipated NoShave November.

Student Missions Blog

UTD: A fellowship of light and love

Student Missions Blog: H6:1 Nights, held once a semester for the last few years, are meant to be a time of digging deeply into the word of God.

Student Missions Blog

UTA: Change leads to gospel conversations

Student Missions Blog: I didn’t think international students from non-Christian backgrounds would be interested in studying the Bible. I was wrong.

Student Missions Blog

California: Prayer bridges distance

Student Missions Blog: What do you do when a loved one at home needs you, and you are far away? What do you do when someone needs comfort and you can’t physically be there?

Dallas: Just because it’s good doesn’t mean it’s right

Dallas: Just because it’s good doesn’t mean it’s right

Student Missions Blog: This is semester has been all about learning what it means to be a leader of a Baptist Student Ministry, particularly a BSM at a junior college, specifically Mountain View College in Dallas.

HPU: Find the joy in the chaos

HPU: Find the joy in the chaos

Student Missions Blog: This is the time of the semester that gets really hard for our students. It is a time of final projects and the impending doom of upcoming exams.

West Africa: No real sacrifice

West Africa: No real sacrifice

Student Missions Blog: Many people have misconceptions of what overseas missionary life is like. They think every day is an adventure and that because you live in a foreign country, you are always living on the edge.

Student Missions Blog

Houston: Creating a safe place for questions and answers

Student Missions Blog: My favorite memory from the past month was our Scripture debate.

UTA: Free coffee and Bibles

Student Missions Blog: Handing out flyers about our Bible study just didn’t seem effective, so we took a different approach. We offered free coffee and Bibles, and the outcome was encouraging.

Student Missions Blog

Houston: Growing to look more like Jesus

Student Missions Blog: I have begun to challenge the girls I am discipling by incorporating Scripture memory into our discipleship meetings.

UTD: Promoting prayer without ceasing

UTD: Promoting prayer without ceasing

Student Missions Blog: “What are three things you would want to first teach a new disciple of Christ?” Although the answers vary, the overwhelming response has been the importance of prayer.

Student Missions Blog

California: Countdown to cupcakes

Student Missions Blog: Working at a church in Tahoe City, Calif., I wanted my first and second grade students to become more familiar with the Bible. So, I created a “Countdown to Halloween” paper chain.

Uganda: Sharing the simple gospel message

Uganda: Sharing the simple gospel message

Student Missions Blog: Recently, I went with two other volunteers to accompany a group from Rafiki Africa Ministries—a Christian children’s home here in Uganda—to a nearby community to evangelize and encourage the people that lived there.

 
 
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