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Leaders Building Leaders (LBL)

   Larry Wright established the ministry of LBL while serving as a pastor in Florence, Alabama. After joining TIME Ministries in 2009, LBL was placed on hold until the ministry could receive the time and full devotion it required. That time arrived in 2014! Larry served as a senior pastor for 34 years, then as President of  TIME Ministries for 4 1/2 years leading mission teams across North America and around the world. Larry elebrated 50 years in ministry in 2015, therefore he brings experience and passion to the position as Director of LBL.  

Leaders Building Leaders is committed to developing partnerships with Christians at home and around the world (Acts 1:8) to bring hope to the hopeless and help to the helpless by sharing the Good News & building leaders with a passion for the Great Commission. (Matthew 28:18-20)

 

 

 

 

 

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Get Involved!

Are you interested in being a team member on a future Mission Encounter?

There is a variety of ministry opportunities in most LBL Mission Encounters. Based on your skills, passion and spiritual gifting, there at  is a place where you can serve. Most Mission Encounters include these components: preaching/teaching at leadership conferences, testimonies, womens empowerment events, children & youth ministries, construction projects, orphanage ministries, street evangelism using the creative arts (puppets & dramas), medical clinics, sports tournaments & clinics. There is room for your passion & gifting (Proverbs 18:16). 

If you are interested in joining a future LBL mission team, email your questions: 

ldwright@leadersbuildingleaders.com


"...since Abraham will surely become a great and mighty nation, and in him all the nations of the earth will be blessed." Genesis 18:18
Verse of the Day
Unreached People Group of the Day

Mussali

Population
2,427,000

Primary Language
Punjabi, Western

Primary Religion
Islam

% Evangelical
0%

Mission Fact of the Day
Evangelicals are growing at an annual rate of 2.6%, compared to Islam at 1.9% and Hinduism at 1.2% (Operation World 2010)