PROGRAMS & PROJECTS.
Education is a key that will unlock doors of opportunity leading to better jobs, improved relationships, and positive involvement within communities. Embracing education gives you the desire to be intentional, disciplined, and consistent which are necessary tools that lead to a productive life and community.
The Global TLU team has enjoyed teaching and training people in our communities and the world. Families have become empowered by becoming proficient in the English language and stewardship training is life-changing because all participants in the classes are taught the power of supporting and taking care of themselves.
We provide English as a Second Language, GED (High School Equivalency, and Citizenship classes and sponsor several students at Master Cares Christian School and Wellspring Primary School in Uganda, Africa
We offer financial training courses, encourage and support several Ugandan women who make jewelry as a small business and provide training through the Hope & Health Garden Project in Uganda, Africa
A $500-$1,000 award donated to a female student in honor of Yvette Mathis, a vibrant woman who loved life and valued education because of its impact on someone's life. This scholarship will empower a student in need.
English as a Second Language
Through teaching ESL, GED, and Citizenship classes and sponsoring students, Global TLU has had the opportunity to see lives flourish due to education. Creating a ripple effect, those who are changed help and engage in their communities.
Through ESL, we teach classes for anyone who wants to learn English as a second language. We offer personal and group learning environments to meet every need. Using a performance-based, holistic curriculum we empower and equip students to be the best they can be in their new country and community.
With the increased international population in the Dallas, Texas metroplex, we have had the opportunity to teach many students from all over the globe, making Global TLU's reach truly international.
GED & Citizenship
We help people prepare for their GED and Citizenship tests. Both of these avenues can open many doors to people to help them provide for themselves and their families.
Through valuable training, Global TLU has been able to see the profound results of financial freedom, improving livelihoods through entrepreneurship, and providing hope and health to someone's life.
We believe that financial independence is a pillar of a God-honoring life, and builds strong legacies for future generations. Through a 9-week course, each participant learns to understand the connection between their smallest financial decisions and their overall financial health.
As a certified financial planner, Tanya believes the principle of being "debt-free" is truly freeing because the alternative is being a slave to debt. Debt can be overwhelming and cause undue stress and challenges.
Our stewardship training involves basic financial training:
how to use a budget
financial goal setting
shifting the mindset of how we use our money.
The classes are taught in small groups with the goal of creating new habits so that at the conclusion, the participants are well on their way to a lifestyle of financial freedom.
In Uganda, Africa the Global TLU team has encouraged and continue to support several Ugandan women who are making Ugandan jewelry that is sold in the USA. The proceeds are returned to these women so they can continue to improve their livelihoods and learn the skills needed to become an entrepreneur.
Hope & Health Gardening Project
The Hope & Health Gardening Project is a life-changing project that teaches Ugandan villagers how to grow a healthy garden and begin to implement a healthy diet.
All participants of the project receive the following:
vegetable seeds for planting
proper irrigation training
organic pesticides knowledge
follow-up throughout the planting and harvesting process
The response has been great and the villagers are excited to repeat the process and have the project spread to other villages. This goes far beyond just planting seeds, it provides hope and health both of which change how the villagers prepare nutritional meals, maintain a healthier diet, and prevent fewer diseases. The knowledge gained in this project has so many rippling effects that truly impact the health of an entire village.
Yvette Mathis Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Yvette Mathis was a vibrant woman who loved life. On May 27, 2019, she won her battle with cancer by walking into the arms of Jesus. This memorial scholarship is in memory of Yvette's love for education and desire to assist a female student that could be educated if supported financially. I will forever be grateful for Yvette's testimony, that no matter how difficult life may be, you can be
an overcomer and you can walk in grace and wholeness. Hope has a name and it's Jesus, love has a name and it's Jesus, salvation has a name and it's Jesus.
This $500-$1,000 award will be donated to a female student who fits the scholarship qualifications. The student will be featured on the Global TLU website once selected.