Life of Moses Bible Study (BCM)

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A Note To Students 

God is sending you on a mission with a calling to start something new on your campus!

Both in Spirit and in heart, the Black Campus Ministries (BCM) Staff and Volunteers are honored to come alongside you. What might God want to do on campus? Who will God shape you to be? With you, we enter into God’s dream for you and your campus.  God’s Word has always been alive, allowing those who enter into it to experience the powerful epic of the gospel that has been at work since the beginning of time.


In particular, this study of the life of Moses has always resonated with the Black community:

  • In his lifetime, we see Moses ostracized in the place he was born and among his own people.

  • We also see Moses deal with a bicultural background that informs his leadership and self-worth.

  • Moreover, Moses waivers in and out of trust in God as he deals with internal and external threats.

But the call on his life does not change. God uses Moses’ strengths and weaknesses to do something special in the world. We recognize that the Black community is diverse and our story is complex, but, we wonder what God might want to say to us as African Nationals, African Americans, Caribbean Americans, biracial and multiracial Black, and Afro Latinos. What are the internal and external threats God wants to engage with, challenge, mercy, discipline, and love?  


We are excited for you to explore this with Jesus.

We, the BCM community, pray that you and your community see more of God in this study. We pray that your faith would expand further than your imagination can stretch and that the gospel and the sacredness of your part in it would be known to you. As you look at the life of Moses, be encouraged brothers and sisters; God is truly using faith like yours to overcome.  


To God be All the Glory,  

Bradford Everett  

National Associate Director 

InterVarsity BCM


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