Exploring Faith and Nature Through Buckeye Bible Study


Exploring Faith and Nature Through Buckeye Bible Study
Buckeye Bible Study is an on-campus Ohio State University non-denominational Bible group that allows people to explore the Christian faith. The group's goal is to find evidence for and/or an explanation for having a relationship with God. The club has weekly teachings every Sunday, and group activities on the OSU campus every Tuesday. Most activities are outside on the open grass and fields when the weather warms. But activities range from game nights, group dinners, outside sports and expeditions, and most importantly, service projects. BBS has participated in on campus trash pick-up as well as promoted walking and carpooling for on-campus traveling— and already have many upcoming plans for community volunteer work. There have been nature retreats, where the group hikes and walks on paths at Yellow Springs and talks about a healthy relationship with God. This club opens a path for students of any background willing to come and explore a Christian faith, while delving into the nature and creation of God.
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