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My focus is the younger generation of East Asian students, those born between approximately 1961 and 1981 from China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Korea, and Japan.
What would you do if you met a future president of a rich African nation? Bow before him? Stammer? Try to introduce him to the governor?

Does evangelism fit in your life like the sections in Time magazine? Time has a section for economics, for the world, for sports, for education, and for religion.

Welcome to this new International Groups Investigating God (I-GIG) Guide! Being part of an I-GIG group helps you get to know God by understanding what the Bible says about him.

This is the Mongolian language version of the Back Home reentry guide. It is designed to provide devotionals for the first 30 days someone is back home after being in another culture.

The first week (and possibly other weeks, especially if new people join) you should take a few minutes for everyone in the group to learn each other’s names and get to know one another better.

You Are the Host; Treat Your Friends as Guests

• Remind your friends the day before (and perhaps again shortly before you get together).

• Set out snacks and drinks.

This new 2018 I-GIG Leader's Guide provides tools and step-by-step training for Christians to introduce their international friends to Jes

The I-GIG Leader's Guide provides tools and step-by-step training for Christians to introduce their international friends to Jesus through informal Bible discussions.

How were the nearly 5,000 international students in InterVarsity distributed for the 2016-17 school year? Look at these Regional Reports (ISM at a Glance) to find out.

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