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FIRST-PERSON: Campuses as mission fields
Today's college students need "droves of Christians who hold the truth and light of the Gospel in their hands," Brian Hobbs writes of America's greatest unreached mission field. Read More
FIRST-PERSON: A life changed on a college campus
An invitation to go bowling was Lee Clamp's first contact with Christians as a college student years ago. "As the weeks went on, I hung out with them, went to the weekly campus organization and heard the Gospel," he recounts of when "I surrendered my life to Jesus and began to live the life I had observed them living." Read More
Hobbyist's auto restorations nurture young menGRAY, Ga. (BP) -- For seven days, up to 12 hours a day, several Baptist Collegiate Ministries students took the rough places and made them new, fashioning what began as junk into something special.
Working under the watchful eye of John Albrycht, the group restored a 1974 Volkswagen Super Beetle, winning Best in Class at the Classics in the Country Car Show in Watkinsville, Ga., on April 23. The like-new VW will be sold to raise money for SendMeNow missions for BCM students at Georgia College in Milledgeville to share the Gospel in the U.S. and throughout the world. Read More
Sex trafficking victim: Healing came from GodNEW YORK (BP) -- She was an awkward and shy 19-year-old art history major when the handsome charismatic stranger asked her for directions in broad daylight at a New York City railway station.
He courted her, charming her by opening doors, holding her hand in public and presenting himself as a perfect gentleman. Read More