InterVarsity published a new book to help international students grow in their faith. The new I-DIG International Disciples Group guide (https://store.intervarsity.org/idig.html) can help Christian internationals discover the treasures of the kingdom of God in the Bible, each other, and the cultures of the world. Designed for student-led groups of three to five, the I-DIG can also be used for one-to-one discipling. It features 12 key topics that international believers need to advance in their faith, each explored by an inductive Bible study, memory verse, and a spiritual discipline and/or practical act of obedience to help students internalize lessons learned. Like the I-GIG Bible study guide for seekers (https://store.intervarsity.org/international-gig-guide-each.html), everything needed for a student or volunteer to lead a group is included in the I-DIG. Ten tools provide additional material about the Bible, sharing the gospel, Christian terms and concepts, reentry resources, and a plan for 12 additional weeks of studies.
The I-DIG was written by InterVarsity ISM Senior Resource Developer (and long-time ACMI member) Katie Rawson and two other experienced InterVarsity ISM staff, Krista Martin and Eric Wu. Many others tested the material, provided feedback, helped with editing, and prayed for the project.
You can also order I-DIGs online from the InterVarsity Store (https://store.intervarsity.org/idig.html); use discount code idig20 to get 20% off the online price this summer.
Associate Director of Communications
The material included in this blog is a collaborative sharing of ideas by ISI staff, volunteers and partner organizations. The content of this blog is intended for informational purposes only and should not be construed as an endorsement by ISI. You can search the content using the search box above.