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Oregon: Defining ‘work’

Oregon: Defining ‘work’

Student Missions Blog: I am always on the clock with my students. I travel, eat, feel pain and live life with them every day.

       
Greece: Breaking fast with Muslim refugees

Greece: Breaking fast with Muslim refugees

Student Missions Blog: Even the family members who didn’t practice Ramadan weren’t allowed eat with them, but they invited us—a couple of Christians—to dine. It was such an honor and an experience I never will forget. But at the same time, it broke my heart.

       
East Asia: Waiting to choose to follow Christ

East Asia: Waiting to choose to follow Christ

Student Missions Blog: There is a need to wait and study Jesus Christ when we first come to hear about him. However, we cannot wait forever to make the choice to follow him.

       

New York: To the ends of the earth

Student Missions Blog: I was afraid to come to New York City. Sometimes, I am still afraid. A night before flying here, I told my family I was really scared. I didn’t see myself in this big city.

       
Vancouver: For All People

Vancouver: For All People

Student Missions Blog: God's love is deeper and more vibrant than any I could imagine, and it is for all people.

       
South Asia: Auto-rickshaws and following Jesus

South Asia: Auto-rickshaws and following Jesus

Student Missions blog: Riding in an auto-rickshaw is an awful lot like following Jesus Christ. 

       
Oregon: Fostering community and loving neighbors

Oregon: Fostering community and loving neighbors

Missions in the Pacific Northwest looks vastly different from missions in a place like Sudan. But the Lord has used my time here to show me how the objective behind both is the same—to make disciples as we follow him in our respective contexts.

       
Tarleton State University: The power of prayer

Tarleton State University: The power of prayer

The leader of the freshman Bible study asked the students who had come to faith in Christ, “Who are some people you know aren’t believers who are living in the same darkness you were just saved from?”

       
Wales: Flipping the world upside-down

Wales: Flipping the world upside-down

Humility and voluntary submission are foundational for Christian living, and that’s exactly what we’ve found in language learning.

       
West Texas A&M: Here or there

West Texas A&M: Here or there

It is still really hard for me to believe I’m back from East Asia. Partly because it is still a battle to be here—all here—and to want to be here, find joy in being here and in this life.

       
Wales: Taking the long look

Wales: Taking the long look

Student Missions Blog: It pays to step back from time to time and regain some perspective on what's happening across in our little country, and what role the Lord is asking me to play.

       
South Africa: Running the race

South Africa: Running the race

Student Missions Blog: Recently, I was involved in a six-kilometer obstacle race that involved five of us from the orphanage where I am serving. God used that obstacle race to teach me about his unconditional love and grace.

       
UT Dallas: Celebrating an addition to God’s family

UT Dallas: Celebrating an addition to God’s family

Student Missions Blog: For the past year, I read the Bible with Ana, discussing its meaning, answering her questions, and sharing the gospel.

       
Kingsville: Lives changed through Beach Reach at South Padre

Kingsville: Lives changed through Beach Reach at South Padre

Students from all over Texas give free van rides, serve pancakes, and walk up and down the streets of South Padre Island not only sharing the gospel verbally, but also living it out.

       
Discovery Weekend: Learning to trust and obey

Discovery Weekend: Learning to trust and obey

Last July, I felt the Holy Spirit nudging my heart, as if to say: “You’re going to serve me overseas next summer, daughter.”

       
 
 
 
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