We believe that God does not intend for us to walk the faith journey alone. We are meant to walk with others so we can challenge, encourage, and grow with each other. That’s what Journey groups are all about.
Each Thursday night, Journey begins with a time of worship through music. Journey groups then meet together for Bible study and discussion.
Whether it’s the beginning, middle, or end of the semester, take the first step and check out Journey this Thursday at 7pm.
Freshmen Journey Groups
There are ten groups just for freshmen. AAAAAAAAAA!
All groups are co-ed and have four leaders. Freshmen Journey groups often can’t get enough of each other and hang out during the week as well. It’s more than a Bible study. It’s about having a community of friends that you can relate to, grow with, and count on.
“The BSM is what made my freshman year amazing. I got plugged in with a Journey Bible Study Group, and God used it to flip my world upside down. I made some of my best friends through it and God moved in major ways in my life.” – Chris Kincaid.
Next-Level Journey Groups
Choices. Choices. Choices. Sophomores thru Grad Students can choose from one of eleven different small group studies for this semester. Groups are led by students and Aggie BSM staff. Questions? Contact Rogelio or Hannah for more info.
The list of Next-Level Spring 2018 Bible Studies can be found here.
Journey Groups for International Students
Learn with others what it means to follow Jesus. Each Journey group will have 6-10 people including 2 leaders. Because it is a small group, you will have the chance to get to know each other well and enjoy close friendships. As you study the Bible together, there will be many opportunities to have discussion and ask questions. Journey groups meet at 7pm on Thursday nights. If you have questions, contact Rebecca (email@example.com).
“I loved the International Journey group because I enjoyed great time to meet friends from different countries and exchange different viewpoints through Bible study. I especially loved the atmosphere when people gathered to sing together. The music is beautiful!” – Zheng Chunyan