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    A new group of SALT School students proudly line up for their first school photo. This is the entry class of 2014.

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    A new church under construction. Eucalyptus poles and planks of timber and a shiny corrugated iron roof are all that are needed for this village congregation.

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    Equipping equippers is a vital part of ensuring the ongoing effectiveness of the training programs.

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    Honouring their 'grandparents', people at KIng of KIngs Church in Mbarara, Uganda kneel as they present a wedding anniversary gift.

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    Dr Gavin loves to get into the villages and open God's Word to the people. Here he is teaching at a village conference for the Northern Baptist Association of Zambia.

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    After years without access to Bibles, LttN and our supporters were able help make the printed word available to people in deep village area. 

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    Classes in the SALT Schools in Uganda are an intense time of learning. Students come from far and wide to join the schools.

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    Graduation Day is a time of great excitement. Students proudly show off their diplomas.

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    Out in the remote areas, Gavin and Glenda meet with groups of SALT School Graduates for times of refreshing.

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    Pastor Glenda is known and loved by the people in the rural churches in Uganda. Her practical messages touch many hearts.

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    No matter what nation, the Word of God touches hearts. People in Ugandan Church respond to the message of Scripture.

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    The graduation photo is an important part of Graduation Day. It also provides proof of the validy of the graduation diploma.

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The primary task of missionary enterprise has changed dramatically in recent decades. Foreign workers who once majored in frontline evangelism now find much of that role is now being undertaken by the indigenous Church.

Today, Christian workers from the Developed Lands have a different role—that of assisting the Church with the task of equipping sufficient leaders to conserve the fruit of evangelism and lead their people into discipleship and spiritual maturity.

LttN Ministries (Light to the Nations Ministries) is one of the organizations God has raised up to work beside the Church in developing lands to help them fulfill this vital calling. The Mission of LttN Ministries is: To model, teach and mentor life and ministry founded in intimacy with God and a dynamic personal spiritual journey.

Gavin and Glenda Williams

Founded in 2002 by Dr Gavin and Glenda Williams, LttN Ministries works beside the national church in lands such as India, Uganda, South Africa and Zambia to equip pastors and leaders for their ministry. Over the past 14 years, LttN Ministries has developed effective strategies to train national leaders. Hundreds of graduates serve the church in these lands today. You may read more about SALT Schools under the ''In Operation' tab.

Churches in Australia are now discovering that this valuable teaching and equipping resource has application in our own land. Moves are currently underway to make the materials available to people in this land and possibly beyond. 

This website will provide you with information about the ministry, news of current developments and articles and resources which we hope will be of blessing to you in your own spiritual growth.

LttN Ministries Inc is an independent Christian ministry registered as an Incorporated Association under Australian Government legislation and is a registered religious charity. LttN Ministries is overseen by a Committee of Management and appropriate apostolic covering. All accounts are submitted for annual audit by an independent auditor and required reports submitted to the government authorities. We regard accountability to our supporters and the statutory authorities as a matter of submission to the Lord Jesus.