Written by Veritas Chile student, Alena Ricci. Alena is a student at the University of Pittsburgh studying Spanish & Portuguese. While abroad she wants to learn not only a language but also a culture and way of life. View her other posts at https://thealenaxuan.wordpress.com! “On Fridays, we go to the orphanage and work with the kids there.… More The Least Likely
Written by our Sevilla Veritas student, Sarah Tibble. Sarah is a Speech-Language Pathology major with a Spanish minor at Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She loves going on adventures to explore new places, whether it’s a different state, a new coffee shop in the West Michigan area, or just to try a… More A Bit of Faith & Spanish Espresso Go a Long Way
Written by Kiersten Houseman. Read her other posts at kierstengoestobrazil.wordpress.com! Kiersten is a senior at the University of Georgia studying International Affairs and Communications. She can frequently be found doing handstands, talking about Harry Potter, and/or dancing. On my first day of pre-school, my mom drove me to school and told me that… More Alice in Wonderland
Before coming to Chile, I was told that it would be a life-changing experience, and I believed it. That being said, I was in no way prepared for the depth of the impact this trip would have on my life and on my faith. My walk with Christ was challenged, deepened, and expanded by my… More Jesus is Not Chilean or American- He’s a Global God!
When I told people that I was going to Spain to study abroad while doing a missions component with Veritas, I received more than a few skeptical and confused looks. I myself had a few hesitations about doing a missions program in Spain. It is not a country you think of when you think of… More A Religious Country Doesn’t Always Equal A Practicing People