The greatest need of churches around the world is to have trained leaders. The need is great, but we are privileged to serve a global church that is hungry for solid training in God’s Word. You can help meet this need by supporting TLI in the following ways.
Your prayers are always needed. Pray for our leaders, mentors, teachers—and most of all—for the local pastors who partner with us.
TLI offers short-term and long-term opportunities to train church leaders around the world in non-formal and formal school settings.
Your financial support is crucial. Sponsor a pastor, give to a short-term team, support a global partner, or fund a new school.
Your prayers are always needed. Pray for our leaders, mentors, teachers—and most of all—for the local pastors who partner with us. Subscribe to our monthly email newsletter to get updates and specific prayer requests.
TLI offers short-term and long-term opportunities to train church leaders around the world in school settings or work in international churches. We always partner with local churches, leaders, or schools, and will help you prepare to teach and serve cross-culturally.
Your financial support is crucial. Sponsor a site, support the translation of our curriculum, partner with our U.S. staff and global partners, or fund a school. All gifts are tax-deductible.
I love the goal of international, Christ-exalting, theological famine relief. And I love the way God has raised up Training Leaders Int’l to meet that need with real-live, Spirit-filled, human teachers, on the ground, face-to-face with pastors and Christian leaders who have little or no opportunity for in-depth theological training. May the Word of the Lord run and be glorified!
As a staff, we are committed not only to training pastors around the world, but discipling young leaders and pastors in the US who have a desire to serve cross-culturally, but have very little experience. Our goal is to equip people to be able to use their gifts cross-culturally in an effective manner. We are constantly focusing our attention outward in order to raise up new people to train and equip underserved pastors.