Texas A&M Organizations
Aggies In Mission (AIM)
Aggies In Mission is a student-led, Texas A&M organization that focuses on building missionaries. We have weekly meetings and Bible studies, and we also take part in local service projects and mission trips!
Aggie Sisters for Christ (ASC)
The goal of Aggie Sisters for Christ is to glorify Jesus Christ in everything we do ("…whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God…" 1 Corinthians 10:31b). Our focus is Jesus Christ; therefore, we will strive to learn more about Him and grow in His word ("But grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ…" 2 Peter 3:18). We desire to provide members with Christian fellowship and spiritual accountability so that our personal relationships with Jesus Christ may be enhanced ("As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another…" Proverbs 27:17). Following the example of Jesus Christ, we will serve our community ("Serve wholeheartedly, as if you were serving the Lord, not men…" Ephesians 6:7). Fulfilling our calling as presented in the Great Commission, we will share truth with those around us ("But in your hearts set apart Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have…" 1 Peter 3:15a).
Association of Baptist Students
The mission of ABS is to promote Christian community and spiritual growth for the students of Texas A&M University. Our expectation is to provide regular meetings, small group studies, retreats, and other activities to allow fellowship and growth among members. The ABS is most notably recognized as a students family while away from home.
Baptist Student Ministry
Baptist Student Ministry is focused on involving students in discipleship, evangelism, missions, leadership development, and hands-on ministry involvement. Our BSM hosts two weekly outreach lunch/Bible Studies, small group Bible studies, multiple community missions opportunities, a summer missions program, 4-5 short term mission trips during the fall and spring semesters, dorm ministries, and an extensive ministry with International Students.
Breakaway is a non-denominational, weekly Bible study on the campus of Texas A&M University. We exist to introduce college students to Jesus Christ and call them to walk with Him for a lifetime.
A&M Christian Fellowship
The purpose of this organization is to meet the needs of Christians and reach out with the love of Jesus Christ. AMCF will accomplish this purpose with its four goals: to Exalt God, to Encourage each other to spiritual maturity, to Equip each other to serve God, and to Evangelize the lost.
Brotherhood of Christian Aggies (BCA)
The Brotherhood of Christian Aggies (BCA) at Texas A&M University is a fraternity created in 1997 by a group of Christ-centered Aggies with intent to promote a non-threatening atmosphere of Christian fellowship and brotherhood that promotes spiritual, mental, and physical growth in Christ. BCA is a body of Christian men seeking true biblical fellowship and accountability for the sole purpose of drawing near to Jesus Christ in a more intimate personal relationship that glorifies His name and makes Him known to a world of unbelievers.BCA creates an accountability group that instills fraternal friendship in a social atmosphere. We encourage an attitude of selfless service through offering of time and resources to the aid of others. Our main responsibility is to maintain a fraternal brotherhood while upholding the values of Jesus Christ. Our main commitment is to Jesus Christ and his development in our lives and the lives of those around us.
Beta Upsilon Chi (BYX)
Beta Upsilon Chi, a National Christian Fraternity, exists for the purpose of establishing brotherhood and unity among college men based on the common bond of Jesus Christ.
Christian Business Leaders (CBL)
A Christ-centered business organization aimed at equipping it's members to live missional lifestyles that glorify the Lord.
Christian Engineering Leaders
The mission and purpose of Christian Engineering Leaders is to facilitate community and relationships among the engineering school. We want to create an environment that instills values of the Kingdom and learn counter-cultural principles of using an engineering degree to glorify the Lord. We want to minister to our peers in the Dwight School of Engineering including faculty and through this community, be the hands and feet of Jesus and obey the great commission; "Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age." Matthew 28:19-20
Campus Crusade for Christ
CRU aims to help students understand how they can begin a relationship with God through Jesus Christ, and to equip students to grow in their relationship with God for a lifetime. We do this in three ways: reaching students through group events and personal conversations, building students in their faith through personal discipleship, Bible studies, conferences, retreats, and training in ministry and leadership skills, and lastly sending students to classrooms, dorms, organizations, and around the world to reach, build, and send others, wherever God leads them. Our organization has group meetings on Wednesday nights, and Staff/Student led Bible Studies throughout the week.
Kappa Upsilon Chi (KYX)
KYX exists for several reasons. Our greatest desire is to glorify our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. We also seek to uphold and maintain Biblical Christian standards, to be an influence in the community through servant lifestyles, to pursue a positive attitude and spirit, and to help others strengthen their academic achievement, enabling them to be what the Lord calls them to be. We do this by submitting to the Lord, our God, and allowing Him to direct our lives as Psalm 139:23-24 states, "Search me, O God, and know my heart, test me and know my thoughts. See if there is any wicked way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting." We seek solely to do the will of God.
We are a Christian sisterhood dedicated to discipleship and accountability as a means to equipping girls to go out and serve and share the gospel.
Ratio Christi, meaning "reasons for Christ" in Latin, serves to defend the Christian faith. We desire to help keep believers spiritually grounded in a very secular college atmosphere. In essence we want a chance to "talk you into your faith" before you are "talked out of it". Ratio Christi also seeks to share the Gospel in a truthful and tactful way with non-believers, as well as equip fellow believers to do the same.
Reformed University Fellowship
Christian campus outreach sponsored by the Presbyterian Church of America.
Save Our Streets Ministries
Save Our Streets Ministries is a non-profit non-denominational Christian ministry that focuses on taking the love of Jesus to the streets of Bryan/College Station and beyond.We achieve our goal by hold weekly bible studies for all ages, on location outreaches, retreats for boys, girls, women, and men throughout the year, Friday night worship, and other special events though out the year. We partner with approximately 30 different churches of all denominations and have over 300 volunteers throughout the year.
Sigma Phi Lambda
Sigma Phi Lambda, or Phi Lamb, is a Christian sorority whose sole purpose is to glorify our Lord Jesus Christ and to make His name great. We are nonselective and host Rush in the Fall semester.
Texas A&M Navigators
This generation is calling out for genuine relationships. We want to see real commitment, authentic living, and significant impact. The Navigators at Texas A&M highly value relationships. Primarily, we are committed to developing a deep and dynamic relationship with Jesus Christ. We want our lives to be impacted and changed by drawing close to Him. We are also committed to connecting with individuals in the diverse and large student population at Texas A&M by developing real relationships that demonstrate the spirit of grace and truth as exemplified by Jesus.
Bible Study Fellowship
Interdenominational organization with classes in cities across the United States and throughout the world.
The Kappa Phi Club
The Kappa Phi Club is a national women's Christian organization. We are a non-denominational, and non-selective organization open to all Texas A&M and Blinn ladies with a love for the Lord and a strong desire to grow a stronger relationship with Him through acts of worship, study, sisterhood and service.
Valor is a ministry of Cru that mainly works with cadets, offering an opportunity to intentionally grow spiritually in community through discipleship.
Young Life College
Young Life College has some elements similar to traditional Young Life, but it's tailored for college students. There are opportunities to be with their peers to learn about God, to be involved in small groups and to simply hang out and have fun together.
Youth Impact is a ministry at Grace Bible Church that seeks to empower at-risk youth in our community to become Godly leaders. We do this through focusing on evangelism, discipleship, and providing for the needs of the children. On Thursdays 4-7 pm, we offer a youth group experience for children and youth ages 5-18. Our volunteers are also required to meet with a student at least every other week for discipleship and life skills mentorship.