- July 6, 2016
- By Marjada Tucker
Student Missions Blog: We had been serving at the clinic two days, yet I had not had a single opportunity to share the gospel with a person who did not know Christ.
- July 1, 2016
- By Katie
Student Missions blog: Jesus said to "pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers." The Father really has deepened my understanding of this passage and how I can apply it to my life throughout my time in South Asia.
- June 30, 2016
- By Alexandria Butts
Student Missions blog: Like the Good Samaritan in Jesus' parable, one of the churches I work with in Germany saw a problem, came to where the people are and met a need. They saw women in the red-light district, living without knowing the true love of God.
- June 29, 2016
- By Grace Mitchell
Student Missions Blog: My team and I sought to share hope with Thai university students early this summer. We used teaching English to build relationships and share the gospel. We had spiritual conversations with about 50 people over just three weeks.
- June 28, 2016
- By Stephy Soto
Student Missions Blog: Bushwick is a 2-square-mile-wide neighborhood in Brooklyn that is home to 140,000 people. It is filled with art, culture and a great need for God.
- June 27, 2016
- By Andrew Allen
Student Missions Blog: When I came to Taiwan, an open country with established ministry operations, I didn't think I would be blessed to be part of the first experience someone has with Christianity.
- June 24, 2016
- By Ana Escobedo
Student Missions Blog: I came to California not knowing what to expect but knowing that I need to be obedient to the call of making disciples among all the nations.
- June 23, 2016
- By Mitchell McPherson
Student Missions Blog: The word “Muslim,” especially in our immediate American context, bears an undeserved load.
- June 22, 2016
- By P.J. Prewit
Student Missions Blog: I am always on the clock with my students. I travel, eat, feel pain and live life with them every day.
- June 21, 2016
- By Ginnie Yu
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.
- June 20, 2016
- By Jennifer
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.
- June 17, 2016
- By Joy Brown
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.
- June 14, 2016
- By Autumn Friesen
Student Missions Blog: God's love is deeper and more vibrant than any I could imagine, and it is for all people.
- June 13, 2016
- By Katie
Student Missions blog: Riding in an auto-rickshaw is an awful lot like following Jesus Christ.
- May 25, 2016
- By Riley Price
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.