Define Your Legacy with Mission
Building a family legacy isn’t just about passing down wealth or an estate plan. It’s also about values, beliefs, and the stories you’ve lived. You’ve worked hard to build your legacy. Let us help you preserve it.
Inheritance Isn’t A Short-Term Gift
It has always been God’s clear intent for families and their values to continue for generations. For God, legacy is a covenant, and when we establish legacy, it is our way to promise material and spiritual provision long after we’re gone.
When you partner with us, you’ll quickly see that we are driven forward by this idea of legacy. We’ll help you through all the traditional aspects of legacy planning, like family constitutions, succession, and giving plans. But we’ll also ask you about story—your history, your hopes, your failures, and your triumphs—because we’re here to help you build a legacy that endures, generation after generation.
Our experience counts,
but our values matter more.
With nearly two decades of experience in faith-based giving, our team doesn’t just understand your values. We share them.
- God calls us to legacy.
- God desires the generations.
- God uses our story.
- God values equality and responsibility.
- God sees inheritance as his mission.
The Signatry BlogConversations from our thought leader.
Five Principles of Inheritance
It’s one of the most common questions I get asked: “How much should I leave my children?” Although the Bible is clear that a good man leaves an inheritance to his grandchildren (Proverbs 13:22), the Bible doesn’t prescribe what that inheritance should be or how much the inheritance should be. However, there are at least 5 principles of inheritance from Scripture that deserve attention. Principle One: It’s Your Responsibility to Provide Order. Sometimes in a planning conversation, I will hear a parent say, “Well, what do I care? I’ll be gone. My kids can figure it out.” When King David…Read More
The Seventh Generation Legacy – Can it be Yours?
When you meet with most advisors, they encourage you to think of retirement. “Plan for the long term” is the adage. But what about seven generations? In Jeremiah 35, God asks Jeremiah to bring in the Recabite family and offer them wine to drink. (For context, this is a period of time when Jeremiah questions whether any are faithful.) However, when the Recabites come in before Jeremiah, they refuse to drink the wine. Their response, in essence: “We don’t drink wine, we don’t build houses, we live in tents, and we don’t plant gardens because our forefather Jonadab son of…Read More
5 Great Books on Family Legacy
I’m often asked about the subject of Family Legacy. Some questions are resulting from the book I recently wrote with David Green, Giving it All Away and Getting it all Back Again: The Way of Living Generously. Family legacy is much more than preparing a set of estate documents that transfer assets to children and grandchildren. Family legacy is about the stories and values that we leave for generations to come. Genesis 17.7 says, “And I will establish my covenant between me and you and your offspring after you throughout their generations for an everlasting covenant, to be God to you and to your offspring…Read More