NLBI believes in God’s transforming power. Therefore, we train native leaders around the world to equip their own people to put God’s Word into practice. Our Biblically-based lessons and healthy psychological teaching method lead to positive behavior changes — transforming individuals, families and communities.
In January 2007, we began with one trainer and now have 30 volunteer indigenous trainers who have taught 20,300 people from 30 countries in North America, South America, Philippines, Asia, Africa, Eastern and Western Europe, and the Pacific Rim. These are able to teach others.
NLBI’s efforts lead to people becoming Christians, churches being established, and people being reconciled to their families and communities.
Meet NLBI’s New President
Gary Bingham recently retired after 37 years of building a successful insurance agency with a diverse client base of individuals, small businesses and large corporations. He is currently serving his 21st year on a local school board and has served on various boards and in leadership positions in other civic, business and non-profit organizations. But his passion from an early age has been to teach the Bible, which he has done for over 40 years. Gary has served as a shepherd of the Saturn Road Church of Christ for the past 15 years. The NLBI Trustees are excited about the broad base of business, teaching and spiritual leadership Gary brings to his new role with NewLife Behavior International.
“Dr. H.M.’s class was the best course I have ever attended in my life. It is very practical to life. … I was transformed and now I focus on transforming other people’s lives … NLBI to me is a movement for changing lives forever until eternity comes.”
Tabo of Namibia
“I was reading a new lesson (from NewLife Behavior) when I gained an insight … (these) lessons are just as applicable to my life as to the life of anyone behind bars. Indeed, the NLB lessons fit the needs of anyone entrapped behind the bars of sin.”
Ray Thompson, NLBI Trainer USA
“Thank you for all the wonderful work you are doing. For quite some time I have been praying for God to show me the work He wants me to do, and I feel called to help/counsel people and families, especially those with addictions and the behavioral issues that arise from that. I am not a trained counselor but your curriculum seems to answer the need.”
Peggy, Uganda, Africa