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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We’re here to help you build a legacy that lasts. Below are a few resources we’ve curated, and we hope they can inspire you throughout your own generosity journey.
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Women of Legacy – Part 1
Written by: Kim King, Julie Wilson, and Emily Voglezang Murray of Women Doing Well History is replete with women who said ‘yes’ in response to God’s outrageous love and invitation to live and give generously. From Mary Magdelene, a first patron of the early church, to Lydia, an industrious entrepreneur who strategically funded early missions, women change the world with their sacrificial giving. Here are a few other women whose generosity had eternal Impact: Lady Huntingdon born into royalty and used her wealth and influence to fuel the great revivals of John Wesley and George Whitfield, hosting thousands at her estates…Read More
Generational thinking does not come naturally to most of us. By “generational thinking”, we mean intentionally planning and being cognizant of our own actions, preparation, and decisions that will affect our children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. They will make their own decisions, whom they will marry, how they will invest their time, energy, and wealth. They will also make decisions on how they receive gifts of inheritance or access to trusts. When we are long gone, the time we share and the planning we put in place will affect them directly almost always in a positive way. Correspondingly, the lack of time spent and…Read More
Charitable Giving and Marriage
The topic of money within marriage can be a tricky road to navigate. In fact, money is the number one issue about which married couples argue. 1 But there is a different narrative when couples discuss charitable giving together. According to a report by Fidelity Charitable, giving is a source of agreement among couples.Read More