Student Missions Blog

Spain: A matter of timing

Student Missions Blog: My original intention in traveling to Spain for the summer was to learn Spanish while I worked with a church.  But God has a funny way of changing my plans.

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South Asia: Wild goat chase or divine appointment?

Student Missions Blog: It really is amazing how the Holy Spirit can lead you significant places—even when you thought where you were going was pointless.

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Thailand: Finding God in Bangkok's red-light district

Student Missions Blog: I always like to think God has a sense of humor. It makes me laugh the way God has placed me in a country I never thought I’d be in, with people I never would have been friends with, working with and loving people I never could have seen myself working with in a million years.

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Orlando: Making lasting memories

Student Missions Blog: After one month working as a volunteer at Give Kids The World, the experience has changed my life in so many ways.

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Germany: Small victories

Student Missions Blog: We began a week of welcome in Bonn, Germany, by passing out flyers of all the events we would host.

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British Columbia: Learning lessons

Since our team arrived here in Richmond, British Columbia, the time here has been filled with orientation, praying, hanging with the pastor in the area and his family, reading and living life with the people of Richmond.


Quebec: Letting others start the conversation

Student Missions Blog: It has been a challenging and exhausting week, to say the least. At the same time though, the Lord has been working so evidently here at camp.

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Vancouver: Relating to people, making disciples

Student Missions Blog: We ventured to downtown Vancouver, a place where some of the wealthiest people are literally two blocks from the poorest ZIP code in the country. 

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Orlando: More than performance

Student Missions Blog: The past few weeks have been some of the most trying times of my life. They have shown me my strengths as a team member and a lot of my weaknesses, as well.

Spain: Let the little children come

Spain: Let the little children come

Student Missions Blog: It is my absolute joy to serve on the mission field this summer in Dénia, Spain. The Baptist church that I'm working alongside is located next to the private school where I spend many hours each day teaching English and helping the local teachers.

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Orlando: ‘God gave me a new heart’

Student Missions Blog: Each day that I go to Give Kids The World, I fall in love with it more and more.

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Portland: The Streetcar and the Martyr

Student Missions Blog: Sometimes I think I’m super-cool because I’m on a summer-long mission trip. I’m definitely enjoying Portland, but that’s not to say there haven’t been hard times or sacrifices.

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Middle East: It’s different

Student Missions Blog: Different. That’s how I would best describe the past five months of my life since I left Texas and headed off to live in the Middle East. Not a bad different—just different.

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Germany: Seizing opportunities

Student Missions Blog: God creates opportunities for us to share his story with people every day, but sometimes we are afraid of rejection or blinded by our own ambitions to see that divine appointment. However, we have to expect the unexpected.

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Orlando: Two full weeks

Student Missions Blog: It has been one of the toughest two weeks of my life. There were so many hurdles, trials and problems that it was hard to keep up.

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