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Philippines: Seeing God at work

Student Missions Blog: Once my team and I arrived in Bicol, our team grew as we added two translators. We headed out to the field on a Saturday morning, to Apuao, a small island.

Thailand: Hard questions and faith tested

Student Missions Blog: Serving in Thailand has greatly tested my faith in God.  Not that I doubted God’s existence, but more in the sense that I became unsure of God’s power.

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Southeast Asia: Jesus, the cross-cultural worker

Student Missions Blog: I’ve been serving in Southeast Asia more than three weeks, and I’ve learned a lot of things. But one of the biggest lessons I’ve learned is that being a cross-cultural worker is hard.

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Houston: Loving them

Student Missions Blog: Camp Bethany—a summer day camp ministry of Bethany Baptist Church in Houston— is in full swing.

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Oklahoma: Looking into the eyes of a victim

Student Missions Blog: If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to look into the eyes of a sex slave, I can tell you exactly how it feels.

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Hawaii: The beauty of the gospel

Student Missions Blog: After a semester of trying to get our schedules to match up, I finally was able to take John on an adventure to Rainbow Falls.

Oregon: Such beauty and such pain

Oregon: Such beauty and such pain

Student Missions Blog: When we arrived in Portland, it didn’t take me long to realize we weren’t in Texas anymore. It also didn’t take long for me to fall in love with this place.

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Georgia: God answers prayer

Student Missions Blog: Improving in prayer was one of my first goals upon arrival to the Living Vine. Thankfully, God already has rocked me.

Haiti: Release from chains of shame

Haiti: Release from chains of shame

Student Missions Blog: After trekking through a winding uphill climb, we arrive at a beautiful new home in the mountains. Our team is here to take part of the tradition of dedicating each new home that is built.

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Germany: God opens doors before we get to them

Student Missions Blog: Before my co-worker, Kasey, and I even arrived in Germany, God was opening doors at the University of Mainz, where we will spend our summer doing outreach.

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Thailand: Sharing the Good News with a smile

Student Missions Blog: Recently, we traveled to Khao Yai for an English camp. The point of the weekend was to help the Thais practice their English, all while building relationships.

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Haiti: Praying before dawn

Student Missions Blog: The streets are dark. Angry and frightened dogs bark at us as we file down the humid, trash-filled streets. We walk in silence.

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STCHM: Spiritual lesson learned on a gym floor

Student Missions Blog: Since my arrival at the South Texas Children’s Home Ministries, I have been praying God will bless my efforts this summer and use me, even though I may or may not reap the harvest or see my impact just yet.

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New York: Diverse people, diverse opportunities to witness

Student Missions Blog: Coming from South Texas, I must say New York is the city that has everything—beaches, malls, churches, parks, concerts, food of any kind, you name it.

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Germany: Be intentional, build relationships and share Christ

Student Missions Blog: I can tell I’m in Germany, because the other day, the smell of sausage and sauerkraut came drifting through the window.

 
 
 
 
 
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