Group Studies

Group Studies

Join the ladies of Baybrook Sundays at 10:45 am in studying God's word.

Journey Groups are Baybrook small groups that meet with the purpose of making disciples through relationship building and Bible study.

Thursday night Journey Groups: 

6:00 p.m. – David Jeremiah’s study of the book of “Revelation” 
led by Chris & Michele Prater @ 4523 Backenberry Dr. Friendswood
Beginning Thursday, SEPTEMBER 12

If you are interested in joining a Journey Group, please contact us.

Join us at 9:30 am on Sunday mornings in the Junior High Room for a study of Missiology. Missiology can be defined as “the science of the cross-cultural communication of the Christian faith.” In the Great Commission, the Lord Jesus told us to “go into all the world and preach the good news to all creation” (Mark 16:15). That command forms the crux of missiology, as it seeks to understand and explain biblical values for evangelism, such as the role of culture in giving the message, both declaring and demonstrating the message of the gospel as it goes “into all the world.”

Three disciplines direct and enable the study of missiology: theology (mainly biblical), anthropology (including primitive religion, linguistics, cultural dynamics, and cultural change), and history. Missiology seeks to intelligently articulate the gospel and its power to change lives in a culturally appropriate context.

Resource: "Let the Nations be Glad" by John Piper

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Cinema and movie theaters are a modern day pulpit. People gather at local multiplexes and find themselves engaged by a worldview revealed in story form, allowing themselves to be emotionally led by directors, actors and screenwriters who influence how and what we feel, believe, and even act.  As you watch films, ask God for a biblical perspective in order to discuss them and open up spiritual conversations with other movie watchers. For movie reviews and content go to For questions, email Chris Cooper at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Click here for the sermon Watching Film with Discernment.

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