Know a person who “has it all”? Got a name? A face?
What else can be said about a person who only gets green lights and open doors? It seems they
always have more followers, dollars and points than you.
Deep down, you don’t
really believe any singular person has it all. So, why do we still let that person bug us? Read More Finding Philip, he said to him, “Follow me.” John 1:43, NIV
This directive isn’t only for grade-schoolers who line up to go to lunch or the bathroom.
It’s an unfortunate, common tale that far too many of us have experienced firsthand. A loved one passes away, and in the aftermath, family chaos ensues. Bickering. Broken relationships. Legal battles. But there’s a simple tactic for saving our children from a world of hurt when we go to be with the Lord.
Read More Dividing Your Estate Among Children
Many parents assume they should create a will or trust that gives every child the same amount, in the same way.
An estate plan based on equality often leads to results that are not helpful, and in some cases, does more harm than good.
Read More 5 Key Considerations for Selecting an Estate Planning Attorney
So you’re ready to draft a will, but you’re not sure who to call. You’re in good company!
Read More 4 Steps to Naming a Potential Guardian
God has uniquely gifted you to parent your children, and there’s no such thing as the “perfect” guardian to raise them in your place. However…
It’s crucial you choose a trustworthy guardian to provide for your children’s long-term spiritual, emotional and physical needs, in the unlikely event you cannot.
Countless sermons extol the virtues of Abraham and Sarah, the dynamic duo who leapt from the comfy confines of their homeland to a land they didn’t even know existed.