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GOALS

FORT WORTH

• 200 high school friends known by name. • 55 high school friends to camp. • 2 Campaigners groups per school.

YOUNG LIFE

• 5 leaders trained per school. • 2 cabins to ski trip. • 1 club room. • Establish relationships and partnerships in the schools and community.

THE OPPORTUNITY

Operating Budget Campership: Club: Training: Leader Care: Budget Total:

$ 22,000 $ 2,000 $ 3,000 $ 1,000 $ 28,000

Ways to Give Give Online: • Go to https://giving.younglife.org/jesse By Mail: Personal checks may be made out to Young Life, with "TX24 - Jesse Armendariz" on the memo line, and sent to:

Personal Fundraising Goal # of Partners

Amount per Mo.

Annual Total

1

$

300

$

3,600

1

$

200

$

2,400

5

$

100

$

6,000

5

$

50

$

3,000

10

$

25

$

3,000

$

18,000

TOTAL:

Fort Worth Young Life 3750 S University Drive, Suite 101 Fort Worth, TX 76109

Young Life is a charter member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) and has maintained that membership through a yearly review of its compliance with the ECFA’s standards.

Young Life was incorporated in 1941 by Jim Rayburn, a seminary student and part-time youth minister in Gainesville, Texas, who wanted to reach out to kids disinterested in church. Rayburn went where kids were and found creative ways to share the love of God with them. His methods continue to transform lives today. Jesse Armendariz

817-683-9015 Jesse@fwyounglife.org

JESSE ARMENDARIZ


“When he saw the crowds, he had compassion on them because they were confused and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd. He said to his disciples, ‘The harvest is great, but the workers are few.’” — Matthew 9:36-37

AREA OVERVIEW

JESSE’S STORY My junior year of high school, I was pursued by my Young Life leader. The summer following my junior year, he invited me to go to a Young Life camp with him in Colorado — Frontier Ranch. At Frontier Ranch, my life was transformed forever. I heard and experienced the gospel in the most tangible and comprehensive way I had ever heard it. A fire inside me was burning, but at the time, I did not understand it or know what it was. I decided to get more involved, and through experiences like summer staff, work week and volunteering as a leader, I quickly learned that the Lord was working in me and calling me to something bigger than myself. This past year I was a part of SharpTop Cove’s 2017-2018 Intern Class. While there, I spent a lot of time reflecting on what the Lord had done, was doing, and would continue to do in my life and through me. I began to desire and feel called to live and invite others to live out Matthew 28:19 with me. I started to ask friends and family to pray alongside me and, organically, a prayer team formed around me, focused on what was next after the yearlong internship. Various times, I was supported and affirmed to pursue the calling. I decide to pursue the calling by coming on Young Life staff. The fire is still burning, and I am overwhelmed at what the Lord has already done. I look forward to partnering and working alongside a team that will transform the city of Fort Worth by meeting and building relationships with high school friends with whom we will get to share the love of Christ .

Since 1941, Young Life has been sharing the timeless message of Jesus Christ with high school students across the city of Fort Worth. We are currently at 10 high schools, one middle school, and one YoungLives ministry. I have been called to work with high school students at North Side High School and Diamond Hill Jarvis High School. There I will have the opportunity alongside other staff and volunteers to labor and spend many hours each week nurturing friendships with high school students in the North Fort Worth area. Within the framework of those relationships, we will have the awesome opportunity to share with our high school friends the good news of Jesus Christ. I will also support and build community among current leaders as well as train new leaders.


“When he saw the crowds, he had compassion on them because they were confused and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd. He said to his disciples, ‘The harvest is great, but the workers are few.’” — Matthew 9:36-37

AREA OVERVIEW

JESSE’S STORY My junior year of high school, I was pursued by my Young Life leader. The summer following my junior year, he invited me to go to a Young Life camp with him in Colorado — Frontier Ranch. At Frontier Ranch, my life was transformed forever. I heard and experienced the gospel in the most tangible and comprehensive way I had ever heard it. A fire inside me was burning, but at the time, I did not understand it or know what it was. I decided to get more involved, and through experiences like summer staff, work week and volunteering as a leader, I quickly learned that the Lord was working in me and calling me to something bigger than myself. This past year I was a part of SharpTop Cove’s 2017-2018 Intern Class. While there, I spent a lot of time reflecting on what the Lord had done, was doing, and would continue to do in my life and through me. I began to desire and feel called to live and invite others to live out Matthew 28:19 with me. I started to ask friends and family to pray alongside me and, organically, a prayer team formed around me, focused on what was next after the yearlong internship. Various times, I was supported and affirmed to pursue the calling. I decide to pursue the calling by coming on Young Life staff. The fire is still burning, and I am overwhelmed at what the Lord has already done. I look forward to partnering and working alongside a team that will transform the city of Fort Worth by meeting and building relationships with high school friends with whom we will get to share the love of Christ .

Since 1941, Young Life has been sharing the timeless message of Jesus Christ with high school students across the city of Fort Worth. We are currently at 10 high schools, one middle school, and one YoungLives ministry. I have been called to work with high school students at North Side High School and Diamond Hill Jarvis High School. There I will have the opportunity alongside other staff and volunteers to labor and spend many hours each week nurturing friendships with high school students in the North Fort Worth area. Within the framework of those relationships, we will have the awesome opportunity to share with our high school friends the good news of Jesus Christ. I will also support and build community among current leaders as well as train new leaders.


GOALS

FORT WORTH

• 200 high school friends known by name. • 55 high school friends to camp. • 2 Campaigners groups per school.

YOUNG LIFE

• 5 leaders trained per school. • 2 cabins to ski trip. • 1 club room. • Establish relationships and partnerships in the schools and community.

THE OPPORTUNITY

Operating Budget Campership: Club: Training: Leader Care: Budget Total:

$ 22,000 $ 2,000 $ 3,000 $ 1,000 $ 28,000

Ways to Give Give Online: • Go to https://giving.younglife.org/jesse By Mail: Personal checks may be made out to Young Life, with "TX24 - Jesse Armendariz" on the memo line, and sent to:

Personal Fundraising Goal # of Partners

Amount per Mo.

Annual Total

1

$

300

$

3,600

1

$

200

$

2,400

5

$

100

$

6,000

5

$

50

$

3,000

10

$

25

$

3,000

$

18,000

TOTAL:

Fort Worth Young Life 3750 S University Drive, Suite 101 Fort Worth, TX 76109

Young Life is a charter member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) and has maintained that membership through a yearly review of its compliance with the ECFA’s standards.

Young Life was incorporated in 1941 by Jim Rayburn, a seminary student and part-time youth minister in Gainesville, Texas, who wanted to reach out to kids disinterested in church. Rayburn went where kids were and found creative ways to share the love of God with them. His methods continue to transform lives today. Jesse Armendariz

817-683-9015 Jesse@fwyounglife.org

JESSE ARMENDARIZ

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