Four students served alongside International Mission Board workers in Italy – teaching English, assisting evangelical churches in community outreach, prayerwalking and sharing in personal evangelism. Lander student Shyanne reflected on the challenges and blessings of her mission: “Seeing people pay to give offerings and pray to a statue or a dead person has broken my heart for them. But it has also been a way God has brought me so much joy and gratefulness! I know God lives and He has paid for my sin in full so that I can freely love Him and others!” Emily, also a Lander student, shared about a young boy she shared with at an English camp. At the end of camp Emily gave him a small Bible with a witnessing note from her. Not long after that, one of the mission workers from a local church had dinner with that boy and his parents, because the parents were curious about what he had learned. They asked a lot of questions but at one point the boy tells his father, “Dad, we’ve talked about this. It is by faith alone that you are saved, not works. The church is WRONG!” The boy has been reading his Bible and the parents have attended the local evangelical church with the long-term missionaries. The picture featured is of an activity at the English camps our student missionaries led.