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Student Missions Blog

UTD: Busy schedules and meaningful conversations

Student Missions Blog: The second halves of spring semesters in college are a whirlwind. Students don’t get to ease back into class after spring break; instead, they hit the ground running.

       
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HPU: Sweet Sleep

Student Missions Blog: Members of the Baptist Student Ministry at Howard Payne University slept outside on campus to help raise money for “Sweet Sleep,” a group that helps provide beds and mosquito netting to children in Uganda.

       
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SFA: Learning hard lessons

Student Missions Blog: Our prayer and encouragement team at the Stephen F. Austin State University Baptist Student Ministry led a one-day effort to engage students in sharing their faith.

       
Haiti: Messy, imperfect and delightful

Haiti: Messy, imperfect and delightful

Student Missions Blog: Filthy from head to toe, too short to reach the tall clothesline, and dropping clothes all over the place—this must be what it’s like for God to look at my work.

       
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Hawaii: Melting pot of cultures

Student Missions Blog: Hilo, Hawaii, is a melting pot of cultures. Through working here with the Baptist Student Ministry, God has opened my eyes to the world.

       
HPU: Resurrection and revival

HPU: Resurrection and revival

Student Missions Blog: As we approached our observance of Resurrection Week at Howard Payne University, we began to prepare our hearts and minds.

       
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Haiti: From adorable to absolutely perfect

Student Missions Blog: I was sitting outside playing with Jayrele, who is about 3 years old. He was just sitting on my lap playing patty cake with me and hugging me.

       
HPU: Chill out with chalk talk

HPU: Chill out with chalk talk

Student Missions Blog: In the Baptist Student Ministry at Howard Payne University, we always encourage our student leaders to come up with new ideas for each one of their ministries.

       
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Thailand: No insignificant action

Student Missions Blog: These past few weeks have been difficult for me. I was really beginning to realize how insignificant my efforts could feel at times. I was discouraged.

       
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Haiti: The gospel knows no bounds

Student Missions Blog: Around 5 p.m. is my absolute favorite time of day. The air is cool, which in Haiti is a big deal. Haitian kiddos are playing football, singing songs and tossing Frisbees, and I join the action.

       
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HPU: Leading and learning at Beach Reach

Student Missions Blog: This year’s spring break marked my third time to be involved in Beach Reach, but little did I know how different this year would be and what it would mean for me.

       
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Community college students serve Mission Arlington

Student Missons Blog: Students representing the Baptist Student Ministries at Mountain View College in Dallas and Collin College in Plano served at Mission Arlington and showed God’s love through a variety of projects and by meeting physical needs.

       
UT Austin: Lessons from the trenches

UT Austin: Lessons from the trenches

Student Missions Blog: The University of Texas at Austin is a spiritual battlefield. Many times, I confess the weight of lostness is overwhelming.

       
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UTD: From pocket change to real sacrifice

Student Missions Blog: Raising money for Go Now Missions is a part of Baptist Student Ministry culture. Each year, we set a goal and raise money to help send students on trips across the world to participate in various mission projects.

       
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UT Austin: Eager to pursue

Student Missions Blog: Meet Nahid, a Muslim Bengali student at the University of Texas at Austin. Striking up a conversation with her, we started talking about the significance of prayer in our lives.

       
 
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