DO Justice – LOVE Kindness - WALK Humbly
Micah 6:8
BSU ...

... meets at 6pm on Tuesdays for meal,        fellowship, & worship
... isn't just for Baptists
... is a place to develop meaningful               relationships
... can challenge to a better understanding  of Christian faith
... has meaningful Bible studies
... does volleyball, flag football, and other   intramural sports
... goes on service projects

2017-2018 Theme Verse
 "For as in one body we have many members, and not all the members have the same function, so we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually we are members one of another."
Romans 12:4-5





“I have faith that BSU can be a place where all people can be both vulnerable in their
questions and faithful in their love. A place where the student who has no idea what they want to do with their life can come and find meaning for their day. A place where the homesick freshman (or upperclassman) can come and talk about missing their family but also find a second home in the “BSU Center.” A place where those who like contemporary Christian music, no music, old hymns, classical sonatas, and 102.1 jams can come and worship in their own way. A place where the passionate sports enthusiast can come and express both their excitement at their favorite team’s win and also their deep despair and inconsolable anger when they lose. A place where vegetarians will not be forgotten in our meal plans. A place where the gay student can come and be not only accepted, but also supported, because they have perhaps heard condemnation from their churches and families,and they need a place where they can talk about their love and self without fear of being unloved, rejected and alone. A place where the international student can find friends who are interested about their culture from home and also eager to hang out with them. A place where the Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Catholic, atheist, agnostic, and the Quaker student – maybe even a Baptist -- can come and be supported and understood in their faith journey.” – Rachel Croxton, ‘17