Fact Sheet

Did you know …


  1. An LTIA alumnus respectfully stumped her evolution professor in front of 300 students?
  2. LTIA has equipped hundreds of students to evangelize a science-based humanistic world.
  3. LTIA has prepared hundreds of students to survive, resist, and challenge humanistic college environments.
  4. Marian Ward, who prayed, “the prayer heard around the world,” credits LTIA with preparing her for the national attention received on Good Morning America.
  5. LTIA went national in 1999.
  6. LTIA trains students from other countries such as Bahamas and Russia.
  7. LTIA provides unique training in critical thinking, apologetics, and world view issues.
  8. LTIA conducts weekend seminars across the nation and an annual one week program in WashingtonD.C.
  9. LTIA invented the Dr. Evolution debate to train students in the creation and evolution debate.
  10. LTIA offers internship opportunities for students wanting to experience a leadership role with the LTIA organization.
  11. LTIA alumni have started student organizations at their colleges.
  12. An LTIA alumnus used his LTIA network with Congressmen to gain entrance into the U.S. Air Force Academy.
  13. LTIA students meet with national and international leaders such as former attorney General Edwin Meese, journalist Cal Thomas, former Panama vice-president and ambassador Guillermo Ford.
  14. LTIA received national commendation and has been presented before the U.S. Senate and recorded in the Congressional Record four times.
  15. LTIA has gained attention and commendation from national leaders such as former U.S. Senators John Ashcroft, and Steve Largent, U.S. Senator Kit Bond, U.S. Representative Roy Blunt, and former U.S. Representative J. C. Watts.
  16. LTIA is directed by Independent Baptist missionary, Pat Briney, sponsored by the MissionBoulevardBaptistChurch in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
  17. Over 90% of LTIA students attend LTIA with the help of generous donors.

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