Student Missions Blog: When we went Christmas caroling around the community, I was able to talk with a high school student. … When we got to a point in the conversation where I brought up Jesus, he told me he had issues in truly knowing whether God is real.
By Emilio Vega
Student Missions Blog: A shoe delivery to an orphanage was delayed, but that didn’t stop student missionaries from giving orphaned children gifts of time and attention.
By Katia Snyder
Student Missions Blog: Standing in the midst of the Harmons in Jamaica, I felt as though I was surrounded. I felt surrounded by poverty, by brokenness, by emptiness.
By MacKenzie Johnson
Student Missions Blog: The most rewarding experience took place in Jackson Heights when I came across a Buddhist monk praying aloud at a street corner.
By Gabriel Garcia
Student Missions Blog: When most people think of Greece, they think of beautiful hills and mountains, clear water, and amazing food and culture. But when I think of Greece, all I see is the life-changing place of Camp Moria and the people in it.
By Halle Smith
Student Missions blog: My Jamaica is the place where my heart broke numerous times but was glued together by Jesus being ever present in the very people and situations that broke it.
By Christine Fisher
Student missions blog: For 11 days during Christmas break, I had the opportunity to travel to Lesvos, Greece, with a team to volunteer at a refugee camp.
By Amanda Finnigan
Student missions blog: When I first heard about a mission trip to Ukraine, I immediately felt called to go. I saw no better way to spend my Christmas break than to share Jesus with orphans.
By Candace Hall
Student missions blog: I took the advice of one of my teammates and intentionally put myself in a position where I would be uncomfortable so that God could use me.
By Serenity Harris
Student missions blog: This semester, the Lord has taught me how much joy is found when we say “yes”—no matter what, where, or who he is calling us to serve.
By Melody Davis
Student Missions blog: Just two weeks before I came back to the States, I saw God pursue the hearts of three girls after one of them overheard a story I was telling some people nearby. I witnessed the Lord lay out a pathway that led directly to him, only I didn’t know it at the time.
Student missions blog: I’m back in Texas after 50-plus days away. People ask me, “I bet you’re glad to be back, right?” I usually just respond with a nod, because on the inside, I don’t really know my answer.
By Laramie Walton