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Life Challenge

Life Challenge Program

This is a life-changing program; most candidates are community members who don’t believe or haven’t heard of God’s glory.

Here are the criteria for the program.

Required to go to church for four months consecutively
Change music selection to more Christian sounds (we can help with suggestions)
Finance Classes
If you are a Youth, we help ensure that you are passing all of your classes; we also have tutoring options.
If you are a parent, we help make sure that you are involved in your kid’s school.
Community Involvement
3-day Christian counsel for the whole family.
Our goal of the program is to offer a genuinely life-changing challenge and set you up with the tools to succeed in life, not to mention we have a lot of fun doing it. We offer fun prizes, things like Flip your Ride, family vacations, and bathroom makeovers.

New Beginning

Fort Wealthy Worth

With the desire to change our community, city, and the world, we must complete our Mission.
Financial Education
Building Generational Wealth
Successful School district
Connecting Families and City Officials
With Our Proven programs and community, city involvement, and the renewing minds of our community members, is what it will take for Fort Worth to become a Pioneer City Again.

We believe that Fort Wealthy Worth can be affected by our programs:

Financial Freedom

Financial freedom is our goal, and innovation is our pathway.

We weren’t created to live in poverty. Jeremiah 29:11 For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.

Pastor Gary

Faithful stewardship is not about ordering your finances in a way you can spend whatever you want. It is about positioning your heart so that God can pay you however he wants.

The solution is renewing the mind. Genesis 2:15 And the Lord God took the man and put him with the Garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it

Pastor Willie

Stewardship is utilizing and managing all resources God provides for the glory of God and the betterment of his creation. Everything that we have or will acquire belongs to God, so if we are responsible for managing our money, God will entrust us with even more to be stewards over because He knows He can rely on us.

TFT Foundation serves the people of Fort Worth in Texas, especially 20-50-year-old Adults and Youth 12-19. According to the US Population Census, on April 1, 2020, Fort Worth’s population 2020 was estimated to be 918,915. It is the thirteenth largest city (located in Tarrant County, Texas) in the United States by rank, and its median population age is 33.2 years. Fort Worth is the second-largest city in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington MSA, following Dallas with 1.23 million people. The figure below shows that youths aged 12 -19 represent about 14% of the population, and adults or old persons aged between 20-50 years old represent about 44%.

The Need

As part of its periodic surveys of individual financial literacy, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), a brokerage and exchange markets oversight body, indicates the extent of the public’s knowledge. According to FINRA’s 2018 “National Financial Capability Study,” Texas ranked 43rd out of 50 states and the District of Columbia. The overall survey includes a five-question quiz that tests knowledge of bond prices and interest rates, mortgages, compound interest, and portfolio diversification and measures financial literacy. Although the survey measures financial literacy overall, certain demographic groups may have difficulty answering its questions due to a lack of experience with financial instruments such as stocks and bonds.

Texas’s average quiz score hadn’t improved much since 2012, when it ranked 45th, as detailed by Southwest Economy in 2016. In addition, 2018 quiz taken nationwide by 25,000 adults found that Texans have consistently lagged behind the nation in their understanding of personal finance for the past decade. However, three surveys have shown a shrinking gap.

Lack of financial literacy can significantly harm an individual’s long-term economic success due to the importance of finance in modern society. Research shows financial illiteracy is expected, as the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) reports it affects 66% of Americans.

Financial literacy education has become a priority to promote individual economic success and decrease wealth gaps. People should know that there are now more resources like our programs than ever for those wishing to educate themselves about the world of finance.

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. “2019 Findings from the Diary of Consumer Payment Choice.” Accessed September 10, 2021.

“High School Financial Literacy Mandate Could Boost Texans’ Economic Well-Being,” by Camden Cornwell and Anthony Murphy, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Southwest Economy, First Quarter, 2016.

Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. “US Survey Data at a Glance: Financial Knowledge and Decision-Making.” Accessed September 10, 2021.

Outlined in the report were the significant challenges facing young men of color in the District: 76% of African American students and 80% of Hispanic students are economically disadvantaged as compared to 31% of White students; 41% of African American students and 55% of Hispanic students were successful in state assessments compared to 75% of White students; in the 2013-14 school year 370 African American males and 356 Hispanic males were sent to alternative education settings compared to 45 White students, and suspensions for African American and Hispanic males exceeded 11,000 in 2013-14 compared to 1,600 White male suspensions.
Resource ( Fort Worth, Tx ISD website)

The entire city should be responsive to those numbers, and working closely together, we can make Fort Worth ISD the next Great Success story by implementing Our Youth Mentoring Program.