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When facing the tension between evangelism and discipleship, how can you proceed? Luke Cawley, IFES staff in the United Kingdom, shares how to get past the tension and invite response to Jesus.
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.
What can God do in just one academic year? Check out this video and see how God blessed campuses and transformed students' lives in South San Diego.
When it comes to helping others mature in their Christian faith, what do you aim for? What do you do? And how do you know if you got there? Hopefully, this three-minute video can offer some help.
What does it mean to follow Jesus? And how should we help others become more like him?
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If you've already led a group of new believers through Launch, you might consider digging deeper with them by studying this 12-session book on "evangelism that makes disciples."
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Curious about why Launch is a tool you should use to disciple new Christians at your school? Here's what some InterVarsity staff and student leaders had to share.
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Launch is a site for small group leaders and mentors to use to help new Christians learn how to follow Jesus. Keep reading to find out how easy it is to start leading new believers on your campus in this 10-week study.
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There were many years at Tufts University where no one made a decision for Christ, and the chapter was a small "holy huddle" primarily made up of upperclassmen. No one was thinking about engaging the campus for Christ, and early attempts to try outreach events and Proxe Stations failed. Watch how that all changed.
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When you choose to mentor a new believer, you're engaging in a practice that stretches back to the dawn of the church. There's wisdom in looking back at how Ananias mentored Saul (soon to be known as Paul). Look at the five ways Ananias advocated for Saul in Acts 9:10-25 to see how well you're doing already and where you might need to grow yet.
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