TPL_BPS_LINK_SKIP_TO_CONTENT TPL_BPS_LINK_SKIP_TO_NAV
Student Missions Blog

Haiti: Praying before dawn

Student Missions Blog: The streets are dark. Angry and frightened dogs bark at us as we file down the humid, trash-filled streets. We walk in silence.

       
Student Missions Blog

STCHM: Spiritual lesson learned on a gym floor

Student Missions Blog: Since my arrival at the South Texas Children’s Home Ministries, I have been praying God will bless my efforts this summer and use me, even though I may or may not reap the harvest or see my impact just yet.

       
Student Missions Blog

New York: Diverse people, diverse opportunities to witness

Student Missions Blog: Coming from South Texas, I must say New York is the city that has everything—beaches, malls, churches, parks, concerts, food of any kind, you name it.

       
Student Missions Blog

Germany: Be intentional, build relationships and share Christ

Student Missions Blog: I can tell I’m in Germany, because the other day, the smell of sausage and sauerkraut came drifting through the window.

       
Student Missions Blog

Alone in Meridian, but God is in control

Student Missions Blog: Having been here in Meridian a little more than a week, one thing has become clearer as the days pass. Being the only summer intern here is going to be hard.

       
Student Missions Blog

Orientation: It’s not about me

Student Missions Blog: At the Go Now Missions orientation, my "tribe" was made up of seven girls who all would be serving in Texas. Our first activity was to make up a tribe name, motto and build a shield to represent that.

       
Student Missions Blog

Boston: Reaching the nations

Student Missions Blog: If I wrote a book about my activities in Boston, I would title it, "Reaching the Nations." In Boston, I have met people from almost every major country on Earth.

       
Student Missions Blog

Thailand: Crippling comparisons

Student Missions Blog: I once heard it said that comparison is the thief of joy. I know that’s true, because I have experienced it myself.

       
Student Missions Blog

UTD: End-of-year reflections

Student Missons Blog: It’s time say goodbye to the Baptist Student Ministry at the University of Texas at Dallas, as I complete my time as campus ministry intern.

       
Student Missions Blog

Haiti: No limits on God’s ability

Student Missions Blog: Each Tuesday and Thursday, we offer our beginner English-as-a-Second- Language course. By 4 p.m., students start to pour inside.

       
Student Missions Blog

UT Austin: Healing power in the name of Jesus

Student Missions Blog: Meet Neha, a Bengali Muslim studying at the University of Texas at Austin. We have been studying the Bible with her for a few weeks. God is doing mighty things in our Bengali Bible study.

       
Student Missions Blog

HPU: The final countdown

Student Missions Blog: As the end of the semester approaches and I talk to students, the main concern is how many finals are left and when they leave for summer.

       
Student Missions Blog

UT Austin: Two gospel encounters, 13 years removed

Student Missions Blog: Skepticism plagues many college campuses. On the University of Texas campus, I have been mocked for my belief in the resurrection.

       

Tarleton: 48 hours of praying and planting seeds of hope

Student Missions Blog: The message Jesus proclaimed—and lived—never was never meant to be kept to ourselves.

       
Student Missions Blog

Thailand: Growing pains and other discomfort

Student Missions Blog: Life in Thailand is so much more than I expected—and, in a lot of ways, certainly not what I thought it would be.

       
 
Care to comment?

Send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , our editor.
Maximum length for publication is 250 words.
 
The Baptist Standard is supported by donors, subscribers and advertisers.

Connect with the Baptist Standard

Facebook  Twitter  Google+  RSS

About These Ads
About These Ads

More News

Design & Development by Toolbox Studios