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impacting a youth culture for christ

 

what is Klife

Fort Worth KLIFE is a nondenominational ministry that provides discipleship and fellowship for students and their families. KLIFE works with kids from Fort Worth and neighboring communities starting in the 5th grade and going all the way through the 12th grade.

Through a variety of activities (small group Bible studies, mission trips, Klub and other monthly events), KLIFE students grow in their faith and have lots of fun in the process. They learn that following Christ and discovering His plan for their life is the most exciting adventure of all and that they can count on friendship and support from leaders and peers who care.

KLIFE starts in the 5th grade with our weekly "Super K" program. In 7th grade students have the opportunity to join "small groups". For more information about Super K click here. For more information about small groups click here.

"Events" are another great way we introduce the kids to KLIFE. We do paint war, dodgeball tournaments, sleepovers, and a lot of other fun events on the weekends to give current KLIFE kids a way to have fun and bring their friends. For more information about events click here.

vision

We are a gospel-centered ministry that strives for quality community in an exciting and safe environment.

mission

We exist to impact a youth culture for Christ through the context of lasting relationships and content of God's Word, resulting in transformed lives.

purpose

Through the process of discipleship, we want our kids to experience the transforming power of the gospel, and be equipped to share it with others.

why Klife

For every 10 Christan's who step foot on a college campus, only 2 walk-off still professing to believe in Jesus. The overwhelming common denominator for the 2 out of 10 is that they had someone intentionally invest in them during their teenage years; someone like a KLIFE small group leader.

This is a statistic that doesn't sit well with us. Teenagers are walking onto college campuses ill-prepared to defend their faith. When a college student or young adult shares their life with a teenager and transfers spiritual truths and life experiences they are far more likely to continue walking with Jesus through college.