TPL_BPS_LINK_SKIP_TO_CONTENT TPL_BPS_LINK_SKIP_TO_NAV
West Texas A&M: Here or there

West Texas A&M: Here or there

It is still really hard for me to believe I’m back from East Asia. Partly because it is still a battle to be here—all here—and to want to be here, find joy in being here and in this life.

       
Wales: Taking the long look

Wales: Taking the long look

Student Missions Blog: It pays to step back from time to time and regain some perspective on what's happening across in our little country, and what role the Lord is asking me to play.

       
South Africa: Running the race

South Africa: Running the race

Student Missions Blog: Recently, I was involved in a six-kilometer obstacle race that involved five of us from the orphanage where I am serving. God used that obstacle race to teach me about his unconditional love and grace.

       
UT Dallas: Celebrating an addition to God’s family

UT Dallas: Celebrating an addition to God’s family

Student Missions Blog: For the past year, I read the Bible with Ana, discussing its meaning, answering her questions, and sharing the gospel.

       
Kingsville: Lives changed through Beach Reach at South Padre

Kingsville: Lives changed through Beach Reach at South Padre

Students from all over Texas give free van rides, serve pancakes, and walk up and down the streets of South Padre Island not only sharing the gospel verbally, but also living it out.

       
Discovery Weekend: Learning to trust and obey

Discovery Weekend: Learning to trust and obey

Last July, I felt the Holy Spirit nudging my heart, as if to say: “You’re going to serve me overseas next summer, daughter.”

       
UT-Rio Grande Valley: Start with prayer

UT-Rio Grande Valley: Start with prayer

Student Missions Blog: Baptist Student Ministries from all over Texas gathered recently to be part of the annual prayer retreat, Abide. It was an incredible experience to begin the semester in the presence of God through prayer.

       
Oregon: Making friends, giving God the glory

Oregon: Making friends, giving God glory

Student Missions Blog: From graduating at Dallas Baptist University a month ago to living in Oregon now, it seems like my life has been going nonstop. But recently, the Lord reminded me how to slow down, seek him and simply love people.

       
Moldova: Gaining new perspective

Moldova: Gaining new perspective

Student Missions Blog: Going into the mission, I did not know what to expect. I knew we would be working with orphans and giving them shoes, but this mission was so much more than that. God used this mission to open my heart to what he calls us all to do—bring others to Christ.

       
Jamaica: Building faith while building houses

Jamaica: Building faith while building houses

Student Missions Blog: Alongside other teams and the Jamaicans, we dug pits, mixed concrete, hauled mudstone, sang songs, told jokes and built relationships.

       

East Asia: ‘We are sisters now’

Student Missions Blog: I spent Christmas in East Asia, meeting university students and spreading the gospel to more than 100 people who never had even heard the name Jesus.

       
Jamaica: Laying foundations

Jamaica: Laying foundations—physically and spiritually

Student Missions Blog: I helped build a house and lay a foundation, working alongside Jamaicans while investing in their lives to show them Christ—the true foundation.

       
New York: Sowing the Good News

New York: Sowing the Good News

Student Missions Blog: A lot of us are meant to be sowers. We are meant to scatter to seed of God’s word around to others, so that after hearing it, they may grow. This can be difficult sometimes.

       
Oregon: God's love a bigger deal

Oregon: God's love a bigger deal than all else

Student Missions Blog: We had the opportunity to meet and interact with so many University of Oregon students ... to let them know why God’s love is such a bigger deal than all else.

       
New York: A conversation on the doorstep

New York: A conversation on the doorstep

Student Missions Blog: We had about a 20-minute conversation about what he believed and what we know to be the truth. I could tell Richard was hungry for the truth, but he was also cautious why everything we said pointed back to God.

       
 
 
 
Care to comment? Send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , our editor. Maximum length for publication is 250 words.

Connect with the Baptist Standard

Facebook  Twitter  Instagram  Google+

About These Ads

More News

Design & Development by Toolbox Studios