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Boston: First impressions of ministry at MIT

Student Missions Blog: It’s a long way from Beaumont to Boston. It’s winter in New England, and there is no lack of heavy snow or icy wind.

Thailand: God of this city

Thailand: God of this city

Student Missions Blog: Every single day here feels like a new season of life, and I am always learning—about the culture, the people, not just in Thailand but all around the world. But mostly, I am learning more about who God is through it all.

Dallas: Not just checking off boxes on a to-do list

Dallas: Not just checking off boxes on a to-do list

Student Missions Blog: It’s not just a job; it’s a calling. I’ve had to remind myself of that truth recently.

TWU: Prayer and fasting on a college campus

TWU: Prayer and fasting on a college campus

Student Missions Blog: It is Lent, the 40 days of spiritual preparation leading up to Easter, when Christians mark the death and celebrate the resurrection of our Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ.

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SFA: Conquering fears and seeing God at work

Student Missions Blog: While sitting in an on-campus Starbucks at Stephen F. Austin State University with a friend, I saw Melissa a few tables away. I knew what I had to do—yell across the coffee shop to get her attention.

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UTD: If you feed them, they will come

Student Missions Blog: Two rooms, 27 tables, 162 chairs, one hour, and one gospel message: all the ingredients to a free lunch on campus at the University of Texas at Dallas.

ETBU: Students experience spiritual renewal

ETBU: Students experience spiritual renewal

Student Missions Blog: Every year during the spring, the spiritual development office promotes Spiritual Renewal Week. We give students an opportunity to know Jesus more personally.

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Thailand: Something beautiful into something tawdry

Student Missions Blog: We have learned a lot more about the sex industry here in Thailand. Trafficking is a huge business here, more than most people would like to realize.

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University of Houston: Words of liberty to captives

Student Missions Blog: At a recent free lunch here at the University of Houston Baptist Student Ministry, I talked to a student I have been developing a friendship with over the past year. He was born into a Muslim family, but they do not follow traditional Islamic values.

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UTD: Abide in God

Student Missions Blog: One of my favorite Baptist Student Ministry events the last five years has been the statewide winter prayer retreat, Abide.

Student Missions Blog

HPU: Silly games and great opportunities

Student Missions Blog: At the beginning of the school year, all the organizations on the Howard Payne University sponsor an event to encourage new students to get involved and to help them meet groups on campus.

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Hawaii: God at work in Hilo

Student Missons Blog: I had cleaned the floors and the bathrooms. I set up the chairs for our first Thursday night worship service of the semester here at the University of Hawaii at Hilo. I had done plenty of work that day. That night, God worked on me.

HPU: Starting off right with worship, prayer and pancakes

HPU: Starting off right with worship, prayer and pancakes

Student Missions Blog: Our first event of the semester was student-led worship. It happens twice a month, and we have a group of students who regularly attend and enjoy it.

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Thailand: Heartbreak in the ‘Land of Smiles’

Student Missions Blog: Bangkok is such an interesting city—so many people, sights and smells, and they aren’t always fun.

Student Missions Blog

Denton: God is faithful, working behind the scenes

Student Missions Blog: The spring semester is in full swing at Texas Woman’s University in Denton. We found that God was at work while we were on break.

 
 
 
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