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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.

       
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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.

       
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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.

       
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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.

       
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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.

       
Orlando: Using soccer to share the gospel

Orlando: Using soccer to share the gospel

Student Missions Blog: It’s been an awesome privilege serving in Orlando, Fla. Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, we have hosted a Kids’ Club for children at the resorts in Orlando.

       
Alaska: Satisfying physical and spiritual hunger

Alaska: Satisfying physical and spiritual hunger

Student Missions Blog: It is hard to believe I have been serving with Alaska Missions in the Last Frontier two months. There have been many up and downs, but through it all, the Lord moved in miraculous ways

       
Vancouver: Investing time in young lives

Vancouver: Investing time in young lives

Student Missions Blog: Entering the home stretch of my time here in Vancouver, things aren’t slowing down. We’ve had a lot of things happening, and there’s plenty to pray for as my time here continues.

       
Georgia: Loving not-so-pretty sinners

Georgia: Loving not-so-pretty sinners

Student Missions Blog: I’m just a small-town, Baptist-bred Texas girl. I lived a pretty normal—fairly sheltered—life. If there were any shootings, robberies, murders, drug or sex scandals, teenage pregnancies or rape in my town, I didn’t know about them.

       
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Thailand: ‘Break my heart for what breaks yours’

Student Misions Blog: Recently, my rose-colored glasses were removed and with that, my heart broke.

       
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Vancouver: Climbing mountains

Student Missions Blog: I climbed a mountain recently, and it brought to mind all kinds of comparisons to my experiences this summer, spirituality and life in general.

       
 
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