Introduce and go deeper in understanding the Bible
A simple 2-page handout explaining what the Bible is about, who wrote it, and how to find your way around it.
A 2-page introduction to leading good bible studies and how to keep improving.
Top tips on preparing for and leading 1-1 bible studies with non-Christian international students.
8 page apologetics document from International Students, Inc. ©1995, 2004
31 page document covering why and how to study the bible, how to prepare good questions, how to lead a multi-cultural group, handling group dynamics, etc.
3 page explanation of the message and authority of the Bible, and why we need it. Includes a brief bible overview.
Seeker-friendly, inductive bible study questions (5-7 per passage). No leaders notes.
11 inductive bible studies for international students (includes vocabulary lists).
10 seeker friendly studies in Ecclesiastes written for international students. Several cultures relate very well to wisdom literature & the studies make the link to Jesus. Best used after students have studied a gospel.
18 seeker-friendly bible studies in simple English. Covers most of Luke.
A follow-up to "What Christians Believe", this 8-session seeker-friendly course covers topics such as the BIble, prayer, the Holy Spirit, temptation, etc.
25 full-length, inductive bible studies from Matthew, Luke, John, Acts & Ephesians. Suitable for bible studies publicised at Globe Cafes, often a mix of non-Christians and Christians, regulars & newcomers.
A bible study responding to the above question being asked in a seeker/young Christian international student group.
A ten week course that assumes no Bible knowledge and takes students on a journey from Genesis to Revelation, focusing on Jesus, introducing our need for him and God's plan of salvation through him.
Covers Trusting in God, Living God's way, Listening to God, Guided by God, Meeting with God's family, Meeting the world.