God’s heart is for generations.
We live in a world that focuses on passing on material provision, but passing on values and spiritual foundations is just as vital. They are all part of the legacy you will leave for future generations.
Imagine how the world might be different seven generations from now if your family continued to walk in God-honoring values.
We believe generosity is a foundation for enduring legacy. It drives us to work together, dream together, and pursue God together.
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Building your Legacy through Estate Planning
The beginning of the year is a time when many people begin thinking about estate planning. While it is crucial to have the necessary documents (i.e., wills, trusts, etc.) in place, estate planning provides an excellent opportunity to build upon a lasting legacy. Leaving a legacy is more than passing down material possessions; it is the opportunity to pen living documents that create something more beyond our earthly lives. In his book, The Treasure Principle, Randy Alcorn says, “You can’t take it with you, but you can send it on ahead.” Your estate plan is a key opportunity to make…Read More
New Year’s Generosity Resolution
2020 is finally here! Not only is it the beginning of a new year, but it is also the beginning of a new decade. As we flip the calendar to a new year, nearly 200 million Americans will make a New-Year’s resolution. But what if we go beyond the stereotypical New Year’s resolutions and thought about what we, as a community of believers, could accomplish in the coming decade? In their book, God and Money: How We Discovered True Riches at Harvard Business School, John Cortines and Gregory Baumer explain that American evangelical Christians possess an annual income of over…Read More
Advent and Living with Expectations
How does your family observe Advent? For many, they use an advent calendar filled with scripture, treats, or small heirlooms to countdown to Christmas. Others observe Advent by fasting. However, as you observe Advent, the primary theme is the same, the anticipation of celebrating Christmas. The typical Advent is twenty-four days long, but imagine waiting four hundred years to celebrate the birth of Christ. That is how long the Israelites waited for the coming of the Messiah. In Luke 2, it is Simeon who was waiting, expectantly, to see the Savior. If you recall, Mary and Joseph took baby Jesus…Read More