About the course
Once you have established a relationship with an international, how can you bring up Jesus? You don’t want to be awkward and you don’t want to offend your friend. These lessons explain three tools for sharing the gospel with your new friend: your testimony, a simple Bible discussion method, and a new honor-shame digital tool.
Your Most Powerful Ministry Tool: Crafting your Personal Testimony
Transformational Bible Study: A Simple, Proven Method of Studying the Bible with Internationals
Honor Restored: Sharing the Gospel in Honor-Shame Cultures
What You Get
Meet the Ministry Leaders
For over four decades, Zeke has been working with high school and university students. With grandfatherly wit and charm, he connects with people of any age and background. Zeke has developed a unique way of training people in how to utilize their personal testimony to point people to Christ. In this lesson, Zeke shares some of his tips on how to craft your story to become your most powerful ministry tool.
Working with international students in New York City has given Valerie a wealth of experiences. She loves to equip students and volunteers with a simple yet powerful way of studying the Bible. The Discovery Bible study method has been used in church planting movements around the globe and is now being used to equip internationals for a lifetime of effective ministry. Valerie explains this Bible study method and how you can begin using it today with internationals.
Over the past two decades Chris has worked with students in East Asia, North America, and Western Europe. He has experienced that people operate in one of three cultural operating systems: fear/power, guilt/innocence, or honor/shame. Most gospel presentations focus on guilt-innocence but most international students come from honor/shame cultures. In this lesson, Chris introduces Honor Restored, a new digital evangelistic tool for honor-shame cultures.