The ABS launched a new website this summer. The new web address is http://tamuabs.org
The new website comes at the retirement of our previous website that was hosted at Texas A&M University. Texas A&M University Student Activities has forgone hosting and support student organization websites starting September 1, 2016. Thankfully, the university notified student organizations with enough time for ABS to make arrangements.
This new launch provides us with much more freedom and flexibility of how things appear on the website than we had before. We also have many more new functionalities with the website such as a place to RSVP for events, like our upcoming ABS reunion, widgets that display our twitter and Facebook feeds, and a news blog to post articles on activities going on at ABS.
Check our website out and while you’re online follow us on Twitter and Facebook.
Facebook: Association of Baptist Students at Texas A&M University
ABS Director, Dr. Kyle Ritter, and ABS Vice-President, Kristin Gerhart, attended Breakaway Ministries annual dinner in August. Breakaway Ministries is a non-denominational, weekly Bible study on the campus of Texas A&M University. The dinner aims to bring together ministers and staff of local college student ministries to discuss the upcoming school year and provides an opportunity for ministers to network with one another.
The ministers and staff of Breakaway Ministries consistently acknowledge that Breakaway Ministries cannot provide a one-on-one or small group discipleship to the 10,000 students who attend their weekly worship and Bible study. They empower and encourage local college ministries to serve in this capacity to make and grow these young disciples.
Please be in prayer for Breakaway Ministries and how ABS can equip the students coming from this large campus Bible study in a more specific ways. To learn more about Breakaway or listen to the Bible study series go to their website at: http://breakawayministries.org/