Everyday experiences create opportunities for reaching international students in US

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More than 8,500 international students study on Alabama college and university campuses, providing a remarkable missions opportunity to reach the nations with the gospel, no travel required.

These students come from diverse cultural and religious backgrounds but they have one thing in common — navigating daily life in an unfamiliar country.

“There are so many things that we as Americans do every day that we don’t think about and may not even understand why they’re done the way they are. If that’s true for us, imagine how much more so it is to someone from another country or culture,” said Chris Mills, who serves as student missions mobilizer in the office of collegiate and student ministries at the Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions (SBOM). (continued…)

Read the full article in the Alabama Baptist Newspaper – http://www.thealabamabaptist.org/everyday-experiences-create-opportunities-for-reaching-international-students-in-us/

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