The I-DIG—short for International Disciples Group—is a manual for international students and scholars seeking to be discipled in the cross-cultural family of God. It emphasizes community, spiritual practices, and accountability to help students take in and grow from the Word. Though it was developed by InterVarsity's International Student Ministry (ISM), the resources inside can be used in other ministry contexts.
The popular Handbook of Christian Apologetics has been condensed into a "pocket" version. In it, you'll find summaries of the foremost arguments for major Christian teachings and compelling responses to the most common arguments put forward against Christianity.
New atheists may vehemently argue that religion is irrational, but author John Wilksinson turns their argument on its head. In this book, consider how the irrationality of faith may in fact be its greatest asset.
An oldie but goodie, this is the best-selling book on evangelism as a lifestyle. If you need to be inspired or re-inspired to share your faith, read the engaging stories and practical materials in this classic.
Whether you'd like to prepare yourself to answer tough questions about Jesus himself, or you'd like to give a good read on that subject to someone who's curious or skeptical, this book will provide its readers with a down-to-earth look at Christianity.