We are excited to announce we will be studying the Book of Romans this year starting, Tuesday, September 19, 2017. This is a great opportunity to study God’s word.

The women’s class meets from 5-7 p.m. on Tuesdays. For women who are interested in participating in this year’s study of Romans, please contact Sharon Snoddy.

Men who are interested in participating in a satellite group here on Campus, please contact Stuart Holland.

Organization:    Bible Study Fellowship (BSF), inter-denominational, independent Bible Study founded in 1959

Founder: Audrey Wetherell Johnson, former missionary to China

Mission: Global, in-depth Bible classes producing passionate commitment to Christ, His Word, and His Church

Locations: Over 1000 classes internationally for women, men, young adults and children.  In the Houston area there are 10 day women’s classes, 6 women’s and men’s evening classes.

BSF format is a four-fold approach.

  1. Daily lesson questions from the Scripture.
  2. Discussion of these questions in a small group atmosphere.
  3. Listening to a lecture of that same passage.
  4. Notes that provide further information on the passage.

Classes meet ~30 weeks each year, with breaks at Christmas, Spring break and during the summer.

BSF currently has the following ten studies:  (1) Genesis (2) Life of Moses, (3) History of Israel 1, (4) History of Israel 2, (5) Isaiah, (6) Matthew, (7) John, (8) Acts of the Apostles, (9) Romans, and (10) Revelation. 

BSF recently added the option for satellite discussion groups which meet separately from the host class. The host class   meets at the First Baptist Church of the Woodlands on Monday nights.  As ExxonMobil employees, we have the opportunity to have women’s and/or men’s satellite groups here on Campus.

Further information about Bible Study Fellowship is available at bsfinternational.org.


2016-2017 Class Studied the Gospel of John

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