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University of Houston: How the Beatitudes changed my attitude

University of Houston: How the Beatitudes changed my attitude

Student Missions Blog: When I first read the Beatitudes, I was utterly confused. I couldn’t grasp how these traits were needed to gain the kingdom of heaven.

South Asia: God had a plan

South Asia: God had a plan

Student Missions Blog: I have reached the halfway point of my time in South Asia. Since the day we arrived in our city, God placed learning the language on the hearts of my teammate and me.

Denton: Grounded at TWU

Denton: Grounded at TWU

Student Missions Blog: This year, the Baptist Student Ministry at Texas Woman’s University opened a little cafe in our building called “Grounded.”

Jay Leibold

UNT: From ‘me-focused’ to ‘them-focused’ ministry

Student Missions Blog: I came to the University of North Texas Baptist Student Ministry my freshman year and have been here just long enough—starting Year 5—to see a shift in our culture.

Houston: Highs, lows and learning to trust

Houston: Highs, lows and learning to trust

Student Missions Blog: I was really nervous about starting to meet with girls one-on-one this semester for discipleship. I was new to it last year and had no idea what I was doing.

UTD: Feeding the 500

UTD: Feeding the 500

Student Missions Blog: It isn’t the 5,000 Jesus fed in one afternoon that we read about in Mark 6, but in the past month, the Baptist Student Ministry at the University of Texas at Dallas has fed about 500 students lunch for free.

Uganda: Blessed to share the gospel

Uganda: Blessed to share the gospel

Student Missons Blog: This past week I had the privilege of praying with one of the staff members I am working alongside in Uganda through Go Now Missions.

Student Missions Blog

HPU: Finding beauty in the unexpected

Student Missions Blog: After our last Baptist Student Ministry campout was canceled due to rain and weather problems, we decided to reschedule. I was still worried about attending my first campout, but I felt more prepared this time around.

Student Missions Blog

South Asia: Looking into the faces

Student Missions Blog: The best way I can describe the past month of life here in South Asia would be to point to 2 Peter 3:8-9. God has continued to show me he will fulfill his promise.

HPU: Encounter with God

HPU: Encounter with God

Student Missions Blog: I often fall into the trap of assuming the people I associate with are Christians. They hang out at BSM events. They attend church and hang out with other Christians. So, they must be Christians. 

South Asia: Talking animals and shining light

South Asia: Talking animals and shining light

We flew in to this beautiful city and immediately were overwhelmed with the aroma of God’s Spirit—among many other new aromas.

Student Missions Blog

UTA: Painting nails with the nations

Student Missons Blog: As the doorbell rang, I answered it not knowing what to expect. This was one of my first events to host as a brand-new campus missionary intern at the University of Texas at Arlington.

Student Missions Blog

Tarleton: No outsiders in this group

Student Missions Blog: At our weekend at the Heart of Texas Baptist Encampment, we helped the band set up while supper started, so I arrived a little late to the dining hall. This is where my predicament started.

Student Missions Blog

HPU: Finding Plan B

Student Missions Blog: The notion terrified me—a Baptist Student Ministry campout.

Student Missions Blog

Dallas: Never give up

Student Missions Blog: One of the hardest things for us is avoid comparing ourselves to others. It can be hard not to compare our ministry to other collegiate ministries.

 
 
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