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Alex Sallustio

Pastoral Training and Rescue Ministries

Alex Sallustio grew up in a rural farming community in the woods of Northwestern Pennsylvania. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Christian Thought from Grove City College and received his Master of Divinity from the Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. After seminary studies, Alex served as pastor of English ministries of several Korean churches and as a church planter in Los Angeles.

Today, Alex is in Thailand, fulfilling His two-pronged call to join the fight against human-trafficking and to develop indigenous pastors who are unable to go to seminary. He, together with a Thai pastor, partner to provide a model of sustainable pastoral training to pastors who have a heart to train others. They also encourage local churches to help existing safehouses or establishing new ones to protect children from sex-traffickers.

Please pray for Alex as he preaches the Gospel in word and deed. Alex also needs your support for living and travel expenses to help pay the costs for pastoral training seminars.

It is easy to donate* towards Alex’s ministry. Please click the DONATE button to give online.

To donate by check please pay to GLINTS, write Sallustio Global Ministry on the memo line and send to PO Box 962, Wheaton IL 60187. Thank you in advance for your generosity.

* If you wish to designate your donations for a specific purpose, please write one of the following on the “memo” line of your check, or add a description, if you are donating online.

Personal: Living and travel expenses.
Pastor Trainings: Meals and bus travel expenses from Laos and/or Myanmar (and from elsewhere in Thailand).
Skills Trainings: Expenses for food, training materials and travel by bus from Laos and/or Myanmar (and from elsewhere in Thailand).
Safe houses: Expenses for food, shelter and schooling for freed slaves and those “at risk” with regard to slavery.


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Address: PO BOX 962, Wheaton, IL 60187-0962
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