Students from the Baptist Student Ministries at Texas Woman’s University spent their recent spring break serving a church in Brooklyn, N.Y., participating in ministries ranging from organizing a clothing closet to feeding the homeless to ministering at a women’s shelter.
Volunteers from the East Texas town of Garrison traveled to Round Rock to deliver much-needed food items and provide some hard labor at Texas Baptist Children's
FARMVILLE – Longwood University’s students and faculty returned from spring break last month to find their campus peppered with a welcomed but anonymous message – thanks
Houston Baptist University students helped drill a water well for the city of Telica, near Leon, Nicaragua, in cooperation with Living Water International.
By Jennifer Harris Word&Way News Writer Fourteen college students from Fee Fee Baptist Church, Bridgeton, recently participated in an international World Changers mission trip to Mazatlan, Mexico. The students participated in door-to-door evangelism, presenting the gospel to 8,000-9,000 people in their homes, Fee
By Bryce Chapman Missouri Baptist University senior Michael Johnson clearly recalls standing on a corner of a downtrodden intersection in St. Louis one day last spring as he waited to interview Travis Tyler, a former gang member turned Christian rapper. “We were
Lighting the darkness MBU students share hope deep in a drug-infested neighborhood of Puerto Rico It’s a dirty hairpiece. It’s a ragged teddy bear. It’s a plastic necklace. It isn’t much, at least to the standards of most college students. But
BOLIVAR — The signs said: “Put Food Here” and “Help Polk County Kids.” Over the four-week food drive, the piles grew in the SBU Behavioral Sciences Department, dorm lobbies, and the Student Life office. When the donations were sorted, 22 full bags and
Students at Missouri Baptist’s schools touched by shooting By Jennifer Harris Word&Way News Writer In the aftermath of the April 16 Virginia Tech attack, where 33 students, faculty and staff lost their lives, colleges and universities across the United States have announced
By Jana Harrelson Southwest Baptist University A team of Southwest Baptist University students learned to stand firm in faith while serving the Lord in Nepal this summer. Students prayer-walked and helped a village with its wheat harvest. "While building relationships and covering the