News & Reports
After packing 7,500 pounds of equipment and luggage, a truck and trailer began the 1,846-mile trip from Big Sandy, Texas, to the West Coast for the annual Sacramento Family Conference, July 4–7.
Eighteen young men, ages ranging from 13–23, gathered with 5 leaders in Oak Brook, IL, and then the team traveled up to the Northwoods of Michigan for special time set aside for spiritual deepening in their lives.
Skills Training for Emergency Preparedness, or STEP, is a program designed to help enrich young women in spiritual and personal disciplines, physical fitness, and emergency skills that will prepare them to fulfill the calling God has for their lives.
The ALERT Cadet program is a “toolbox” that encourages fathers as they seek to gain and keep the hearts of their sons ages 8—17-years-old.
It is amazing to see what doors God can open when we are sensitive to the leading of His Holy Spirit.
IBLP is actively involved in ministry around the world. Recently we received reports from Australia, Romania, and Hong Kong.
A group of our men spent May 8-10 on a deployment to Durant, Mississippi, one of many towns affected by the tornadoes that swept through the South at the end of April.
After a tree is planted, it takes time before fruit is produced. Similarly, fruit is finally being seen from the seeds planted among Ukrainian youth leaders seventeen years ago.
A Family Conference was held May 23-27, 2017, in the beautiful hills of Toccoa, Georgia. Families gathered from many states throughout the East Coast, some even traveling from as far away as California and Washington on the West Coast.