Many people choose to get involved with our exciting ministry by becoming an active LTI team member.
There are several opportunities to volunteer with LTI or you could join the LTI Prayer Team.


We believe that intercessory prayer is the most strategic and effective way to help our ministry overcome the obstacles and spiritual forces of darkness to successfully fulfill our ministry vision. Therefore, we ask you to consider joining the LTI prayer team. You will receive periodic updates from LTI’s Intercessory Prayer Coordinator that will inform you how to best pray for LTI.
(Sign Up Here).


We encourage you to apply if you have a servant’s heart, desire to grow in leadership, and want to see exciting results at home and abroad. Volunteer opportunities include:


Authorized Site Representative.

This exciting role allows you to help pastors, churches, and organizations become an Authorized Training Site. Simply be available to go visit churches and share the LTI System with ministry leaders, then provide their contact information to an LTI Staff Representative.
(Sign Up Here).


Partner Relations Ambassador.

This people related role allows you to share the LTI vision and results with potential donors. Simply network with individuals, business leaders, or ministry leaders and provide their contact information to Staff Representative.
(Sign Up Here).


Ministry Intern.

Interns can develop their own leadership skills while completing assignments that make a lasting difference in the lives of others. LTI works with the intern to develop an internship that is meaningful and beneficial to both parties. Many interns obtain college credit.
(Sign Up Here).


Weekly Office Volunteer.

Weekly office volunteers help in practical ways to complete Administrative functions. From running errands to assembling materials, weekly volunteers make a difference for LTI right from the office headquarters.
(Sign Up Here).

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  “ My internship at LTI allowed me to hone my leadership skills and grow more confident in my leadership capabilities.  I also saw servant leadership modeled before me.

Bob Baynard, LTI Intern
MBA and Master of Divinity