Director of campus ministries, Ryan Miller, goes over all the incredible stories we've shared about our missionaries.
Sharing good news from the field
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When we read the story of the Magi who visited Jesus after He was born, we learn three things about giving.
Her blue hair stood up in spikes and her jacket was covered in political buttons that glared in the sun. Just from this angle he could read "she, her, hers," "love is love," and "out is in.”
"Madelyn! So nice to meet you,” he exclaimed. And he meant it.
Hot bright flames pour out from a city bus, swallowed whole by molten-orange clouds of smoke. Nelson Juarez watched behind a bush, still feeling the heat on his face. Communist guerrillas had stopped the bus he was on dead in its tracks, demanding that everyone on board get out.
Tyler leaned back, massaging his forehead. He could be an aerospace engineer right now, but he surrendered his degree to be a missionary to college students. And one student he'd been pouring into was probably the most pessimistic person he'd ever met.
Our director of campus ministry, Ryan Miller, has a special Thanksgiving message to share with you! We would love to hear directly from you what you're most thankful for this year.
Campus ministers at FSU spend a lot of time in public places, which is made possible by support through Missions Door. Walking to class, eating lunch, studying. They want to be there for the unexpected conversations that change lives, just like Diana’s.
Cambodia, 1989 – Radha eyes a woman selling her finest flowers. It’s a typical market, with the chatter of customers bargaining in Khmer mixing with a familiar scent of foods and spices. He isn’t interested in groceries or even flowers. But he needs to speak with that florist.
Rabbi Mottel Baleston has just officiated a Jewish wedding ceremony. The bride and groom are devout worshippers of Jesus Christ. Just like he is.
Ben was accepted to a Bible college in Arizona and moved to America. There was just one problem: Ben wasn’t a Christian.