Middle East: Remember the power of prayer

Student Missions Blog: Seeing crowds of people stretching along the coastline, knowing that nearly all, if not all, are lost spiritually, I’m led back to faith in the power of prayer.

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Zimbabwe: Sideline sweet spot

Student Missons Blog: “I’m going to move to Zimbabwe.” I can remember when that was a punchline I used whenever I was joking about leaving America because of social issues. God must have thought it was funny to actually send me there for a week to cover a story on USA volunteers coming to help with a missions project.

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New York: Reaching the nations in one city

Brenda Sanders, my Go Now Missions supervisor, recently came to New York City to our Get Connected event. I was so happy to see her and spend time with her.

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Haiti: A learning experience

Student Missions Blog: I am learning just how much love I can give by the grace of God and because he has shown me how to love.

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Denton: Unexpected benefits from show at TWU

Student Missions Blog: Recently, the Baptist Student Ministry at Texas Woman’s University hosted a benefit show to raise money for summer student missionaries.

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Middle East: Big city, small church

Student Missions Blog: There are at least 500,000 people living in this city, and on any given Sunday you find around 30 people attending an evangelical fellowship.

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Tyler: A spring break miracle

Student Missions Blog: At Tyler Junior College, we experienced a “spring break miracle” during a mission trip to Vermont.

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Beach Reach: No 'mistake'

Student Missions Blog: Serving with Beach Reach—giving free rides to college students who come to South Padre to party—I was blown away by the brokenness of the people I met, but also amazed at how God moved.

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Denton: Planting seeds in South Texas

Our student missions team from Texas Woman’s University was in the Rio Grande Valley, taking 11 children by bus to the next site on a sports rotation. That’s when one 7-year-old started asking questions about God, Jesus and sin.

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Denton: Learning about service from students

Student Missions Blog: The Lord has been working to teach me a lot about service through two student leaders at the University of North Texas Baptist Student Ministry.

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South Africa: A lesson in perspective from a homeless man

Student Missons Blog: I met Victor my first visit with the homeless ministry here in South Africa and have continued conversation with him week by week. 

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West Africa: Planting seeds, reaping harvest

Student Missions Blog: Ministering to the Hausa people of West Africa presents a challenge. They number 30 million men, women and children, and 99 percent of them are unreached by the gospel.

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Middle East: Learning lessons

Student Missions Blog: If there is one thing I learned recently, it is the importance of flexibility. 

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Midwestern: ‘God, use me’

Student Missions Blog: “God, use me. I don’t even care what that looks like. Use me however you see fit.”

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Denton: Gospel multiplication at UNT

Student Missions Blog: Recently, I had the privilege of baptizing a student who I meet with weekly in discipleship. Sarah is a sweet, beautiful girl who loves the Lord and serves as a student leader here at the UNT BSM.

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