Explaining the gospel in a Buddhist worldview
From a former international student
Leadership development crossculturally
Role play meant to help student better understand crosscultural relations
Understanding how the Bible relates to different cultures
Explaining the gospel to an honor/shame culture
A discipleship tool for new believers
Tips for creating retreats and conferences that accomodate both American and international students
On- and off-campus methods of doing international ministry
Cooperating with those outside of InterVarsity
Many international students involved in Christian community are not part of an international-specific group.
Building a good relationship on campus
This devotional guide for Christians is intended for international students, missionaries, and others to go through during their first 30 days back home after living overseas.
How to invite international students into your family while they're here
Starting your international student ministry
A call for students to return to their home countries to bring the gospel
The International Disciples Group guide is designed to help Christian internationals grow in their faith.
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Here are 6 resources to help international students in their reentry transition:
When building a new international ministry group, you want to be sure to take all the steps necessary to have effective outreach.
Often Christians may think they have a firm grasp of Judaism and how to speak to Jewish people because of the shared foundation Judaism and Christianity have.
One great way to get to know international students is to offer to help them with their English. Often this takes the form of conversation partners.
Often when Christians talk about missions to non-Christians, they are confronted with this question. If people who don’t know about Jesus die and go to heaven, why bother converting them?
It can be easy to explain the Gospel to someone with an understanding of the concept of one God and sin.