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Canada: A prayer from the heart

Student Missions Blog: I have been learning a lot recently about prayer. It seems the majority of my time here has pointed back to my prayer life—or rather, a lack of one.

       
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Wales: A fish out of water

Student Missions Blog: I’ve found myself in a culture made up of people I don’t know and who do no not know me. I’ve left the familiarity of my home in Texas, and I live in a city far-removed from my comfort zone.

       
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Wales: When “enough” isn’t enough

Student Missions Blog: The word “enough” has been on my mind recently. It’s a burdening word here in Wales. People are plagued with an endless pursuit of this foreign, elusive goal.

       
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Rio Grande Valley: God’s word never returns void

Student Missions Blog: The Baptist Student Ministry at the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley held its fall retreat at South Padre Island. It provided students a weekend to get away from school and enjoy fellowship.

       
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Tarleton State: Burned by the church

Student Missions Blog: During our weekly evangelism training on the Tarleton State University campus, my fellow intern, Megg, and I encountered a student named Chris. This particular day, we were using Soularium cards to initiate spiritual conversation.

       
Fort Worth: Learning patience, discovering boldness

Fort Worth: Learning patience, discovering boldness

Student Missions Blog: In the time I’ve served here in Fort Worth, I’ve learned lessons about flexibility, patience and dependence on God.

       
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Angelo State: The Holy Spirit at work

Student Missions Blog: I first met Joe while staffing an outreach table on campus about a month ago. I was using Soularium picture cards as witnessing tools to spark conversations about spiritual matters.

       
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Rio Grande Valley: Telling henna stories

Student Missions Blog: Women from our Baptist Student Ministry go out on the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley campus each week for an outreach we call “henna stories.” 

       
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North Africa: Change in the weather

Student Missions Blog: We had been meeting with a family of Sudanese refugees for a few weeks. The husband had been in contact with several Christ-followers, but we were unsure whether he had become a Christian.

       
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Rio Grande Valley: Let God do the talking

Student Missions Blog: Every Wednesday presents an emotional challenge for me. I lead a Bible study followed by a couple of discipleship sessions, and then I help out at my local church with the youth.

       
El Paso: Moving toward a culture that encourages evangelism

El Paso: Moving toward a culture that encourages evangelism

Student Missions Blog: Recently, I have been excited to see how some of the culture at our Baptist Student Ministry has shifted towards evangelism.

       
Wales: Outside my control, and that’s good

Wales: Outside my control, and that’s good

On a recent night, I was riding in a car with my co-worker Ryan and a few new friends. One is from Scotland, one is from the Manchester area, and one is from Northern Ireland.

       
Kingsville: Depths 2015

Kingsville: Depths 2015

Student Missions Blog: Depths 2015 was the name of our fall retreat this year at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. The retreat offered students opportunities to dive deeper into their relationship with God and learn more about who God really is and what he desires us to do.

       
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Rio Grande Valley: Feeding the 3,000

Student Missions Blog: With just a few loaves of bread and some small fish, Jesus made a feast that fed a multitude of people. Recently, the Baptist Student Ministry at the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley brought this story from the Gospels to life.

       
Rio Grande Valley: Making disciples, building relationships

Rio Grande Valley: Making disciples, building relationships

Student Missions Blog: Working full time in a ministry is hard. Each day of the week, I meet with new people—new students wanting to grow spiritually.

       
 
 
 
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