Student Missions Blog

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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Arlington: Evangelistic ripple effect at UTA

Student Missions Blog: There is nothing as exhilarating as being in the middle of campus, walking by thousands of students between these huge buildings where they will receive their education as they pursue their degrees for the next four years of their lives.

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Denton: What would you ask God?

Student Missions Blog: After covering the campus sidewalks at Texas Woman’s University with question marks and some information, we hoped for a good turnout on Friday at the Baptist Student Ministry for Alpha.

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Africa: Serving in dangerous places

Student Missions Blog: The most rewarding part of interviewing people for articles is getting to hear stories I might never hear otherwise. For instance, I am in the process of writing an article for a story about a couple who recently served in Uganda. 

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New York: Planting seeds during a cold winter

Student Missions Blog: We have experienced several winter storms here in New York City, and I’ve pretty much had it. 

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Denton: Doctrine and Dialogue

Every Friday, students meet at the University of North Texas BSM for “Doctrine and Dialogue,” as they discuss various Christian beliefs. 

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Montana: Sent to Serve

Student Missons Blog: The first thing I said that morning was, “Do I really have to get up to shovel snow?” Then I saw my towel. It was a Go Now towel from a couple of years prior that said, “Sent to Serve.”

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Arlington: New year, new marriage, new life

A year-long, circuitous journey led a Chinese couple to faith in Christ.

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Midwestern: Muslim visitors came to play, not pray

Student Mission Blog: I watched as they walked through the door of the Baptist Student Ministry building— five new Muslim students from Saudi Arabia—each one with a smile on his face.

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South Africa: Learning to be a 'Jozi'

Student Missions Blog: I am learning to be a Jozi—a common term for residents of Johannesburg, South Africa, or “Joburg” for short. 

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Denton: Power of prayer and pancakes

Student Missions Blog: On Wednesday of the second week of this semester, the Baptist Student Ministry participated in an event called the “International House of Prayer and Pancakes.”

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Transformation on a Tyler campus

Student Missions Blog: Serving as a campus missionary has radically transformed my definition of serving “the least of these,” as Jesus commanded.

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