Bill Glass Champions for Life Fast Facts

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Currently without intervention, 25% of adult offenders successfully re-enter society and do not return to prison.

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Also without intervention, 15% of juvenile offenders (Juvenile offenders are under 18 and younger) successfully reenter society and do not return to prison.

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BUT, 68% of adult prisoners successfully reenter society if they become a Christian while incarcerated or 68% successfully reenter society

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THEN, If a former offender finds a church and is discipled and mentored when released, he has a 90% chance of successfully re-entering society.

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85% of people who accept Christ do so before age 21.

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http://goldcoast-pestcontrol.com/?y=vodka-valium-tony-blitz&9fe=04 71% of the people who make a decision for Christ at a city-wide crusades are under 21.

Approximately 156,000 adult inmates (18+ years old) are incarcerated in the Texas State Criminal Justice system in 2006-2007. Of this number, 449 inmates are on Death Row, including 3 women.  The average age of all TDCJ inmates is just 35 years old.   

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All who make a decision for Christ at Champions for Today (Champions for Life’s youth outreach ministry in public & private schools) events are under 18.

Ring of Champions targets at-risk juveniles from 10 to 18. Many parents also attend.

The annual cost to house a Texas inmate is $15,810 ($2.55B annual budget).

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Champions for Life’s Total Budget in 2007 was $2.7 million, and the number of life changing decisions for the Lord was 80,957.  That’s Spiritual Return on Investment of $33.35 spent per decision CFL. 

In the prison ministry alone, there were 80,957decisions or Christ by incarcerated adults only in 2007 worldwide.  Applying the above Texas Costs shows a tax savings of more than $ххх million for хх,хх former inmates who successfully reenter society. Just take 10% of these at х.ххх inmates who stay out equals $ххх,ххх,ххх saved each year. 

Do we want to spend $15,810 per inmate to receive a 15% to 25% success rate, OR spend $33.35 per inmate to receive a 68% to 90% success rate?

CFL has ministries working across the USA and in the following countries: South Africa, England, Russia, Ukraine, Mexico, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Honduras and Peru.

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