Community. Practice. Accountability. Jesus integrated these three habits into his training of his disciples as he modeled life in the kingdom of God for them. The I-DIG small group guide for international disciples uses these three habits to prepare international students and scholars for fruitful following of Jesus wherever God may lead them. With a special emphasis on discovering the treasures of the kingdom of God in the Bible, in each other, and in the cultures of the world, the I-DIG encourages small group members to examine how cultural influences both help and hinder them in their journey as disciples. The book includes: 12 key topics that international believers need to advance in their faith, each explored by an inductive Bible study, memory verse, and a spiritual discipline and/or practical act of obedience that help students internalize lessons learned; 10 tools, which provide additional material about the Bible, a gospel presentation, Christian terms and concepts, reentry resources, and a plan for 12 additional weeks of studies; Materials needed for students to lead groups of three to five, but can also be used for one-to-one discipling; Coil binding so it will stay open to the page you're on and be flatter and easier to write in than a paperback book. Click on the More Views images above to see the table of contents, author bios, and back cover. Downloads and supplemental materials will be posted at tiny.cc/idig 136 pages. ISBN: 978-0-9835848-3-4 Retail price: $12.95; The staff store price is subsidized by donated funds.