Welcome to Asian Baptist Student Koinonia! We are a group of undergraduates who seek to know and love God personally. As part of our name "Koinonia" is Greek for "deep fellowship", we strive to love one another as Christ loved us.
We meet once weekly on Friday nights at 7 pm at Fulton 210 to study the Bible and eat together. We also meet for study breaks and fun events off campus, like kayaking, bowling, and skiing. Although the majority of us are Asian and some are Baptist, you don't have to be either to join our group. All you need is a curiosity about the Bible and how it can apply to your life.
We are led by Pastor David Um, an affiliate campus minister. We also welcomed Tim and Ashley Wong, who joined as staff assistants in 2013.
Asian Baptist Student Koinonia (ABSK) is a group of undergraduates who seek to know and love Jesus Christ. The word "Koinonia" is Greek for "deep fellowship". We here at ABSK strive to have this deep fellowship with one another in obedience to John 13:34-35, which states: “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” We welcome all undergraduates who seek to know God in a personal way - you don't have to be Asian or Baptist. We have a weekly Bible Study at Fulton 210 at 7 pm. And we meet together for fun activities and study breaks. Come and join us!
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The mission of ABSK is to foster students' personal relationship with God and to equip students to share God's love with those around them.