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Dallas: A whole new world

Dallas: A whole new world

Student Missions Blog: During the last few weeks of preparation, people have told me working at a junior college is going to be different. “Ministry is going to be like nothing you have done before,” they said. “Expect a challenge.” Well, everyone was right.

Denton: Lending a hand and being the hands of Jesus

Denton: Lending a hand and being the hands of Jesus

Student Missions Blog: The school semester hasn’t even started yet at Texas Woman’s University, but my director and I have been busy preparing for the students to arrive.

Quebec: An unexpected welcome home

Quebec: An unexpected welcome home

Student Missions Blog: I was extremely fearful about returning home after serving this summer on the mission field in Quebec. The last thing I expected to find was a miracle, but that was exactly what I found.

Arlington: One hour with Joy

Arlington: One hour with Joy

Student Missions Blog: I always looked forward to lunch every Thursday every week last semester. Why? Because of a little girl named Joy.

Student Missions Blog

Alaska: Making an impact

Student Missions Blog: It has been just over a week since my return home from Alaska back. This last week has been a whirlwind emotionally, mentally, physically and spiritually.

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South Asia: Lessons learned

Student Missions Blog: Jet lag is a beast. I crossed about 11 time zones to get home. But in this quiet darkness what better thing is there to do than think about the wonderful things that God has done this summer.

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New York: Busy summer ends

Student Missions Blog: Sadly, our summer interns are leaving New York City. It was such a privilege to serve with these 15 young adults for two months.

Student Missions Blog

Quebec: Afraid to believe

Student Missions Blog: Trying to communicate camp rules and activities to the French campers was challenging enough. Keeping the campers focused and interested during devotional time is a whole different ball game—especially when I’m trying to discuss a chapel message that was given in a language that I don’t understand.

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Orlando: When the world comes to us

Student Missions Blog: My group held conversations with people from more than 70 places. Many are places where missionaries are not even allowed to go.

Student Missions Blog

Vancouver: A summer of sowing seeds ends

Student Missions Blog: Here in Vancouver, we’ve been hanging out with some university students every Thursday this summer to play Ultimate Frisbee.

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Georgia: New arrivals and a sad departure

Student Missions Blog: The girls at the Living Vine Maternity Home so often come in through its doors not having known love growing up, but having known only abuse.

Student Missions Blog

England: God had other plans

Student Missions Blog: I was super-sad to leave Manchester. I had grown to love the missionaries, my teammate, the church I attended and the non-Christians I had befriended. I was flying back to Texas alone.

Student Missions Blog

Massachusetts: Lessons from a cupcake

Student Missions Blog: It has taken me a few days reflection on an adorable moment to recognize how childlike we should be when approaching God’s throne.

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Georgia: One crazy Saturday

Student Missions Blog: When I found out we were going to take the girls to the beach, I started praying for an opportunity to share Psalm 139 with them.

Connecticut: How will they know unless someone tells them?

Connecticut: How will they know unless someone tells them?

Student Missions Blog: A few weeks ago I had a conversation with a good friend of ours named Kenny at a soup kitchen. Kenny is probably in his mid-60s. He’s a military veteran who grew up in Norwich, Conn.

 
 
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