The study investigated the crystallization and sintering behavior in Li2O-Al2O3-SiO2 (LAS) glass powder. The sintered sample was produced with a glass particle (Φ=44㎛). The relative density and transmittance of the sintered samples showed the highest value at the temperature of 650°C. In the higher temperature than 650°C, the crystal growth occurred to decrease the densification of Li2O-Al2O3-SiO2 (LAS) glass powder. Main crystalline phase was β-spodumene in the glass powder. From the non-isothermal differential thermal analysis, the crystallization of the particles (Φ=44㎛) was observed at 640~684°C with respect to the heating rate. The activation energy of crystallization (EC) and Avrami constant (n) calculated by Kissinger and Ozawa equations indicated that the surface and the bulk crystallization occurred simultaneously in the glass. The optimum sintering condition of this glass powder was 650°C without crystal growth of β-spodumene, although a nucleation or nano-crystal growth occurred.