Here at KTO, we are inundated with information from various outlets touting the value of the services they provide for their clients. It is rare, however, that we see similar value to the extent that we are willing to promote and partner with such organizations on any level. Life Institute is an exception.
We would encourage our readers to visit Life Institute’s website and consider the principles referenced therein. Specifically, consider where your financial priorities lie. Do you give any money away? Do you save? Are you meeting your obligations on time? What large expenditures have you made as of late? Once stewardship is properly understood, your priorities and spending habits may change. You may begin to ask questions that you never thought possible: to whom can I give all of this extra money? Remember the days when we were in debt? Does my estate plan reflect my priorities, including my desire to see a substantial portion of my estate be given for the benefit of my local church and the furtherance of the gospel ministry?
If you are curious about any of the questions raised above or want more information about putting together an estate plan that reflects your wishes, please feel free to contact our offices. In addition, if you would like to know more about Life Institute or believe that your local church could benefit from a Stewardship Seminar, we can put you in contact with someone who can answer your questions.
We believe biblical stewardship is very difficult to find these days, even among the congregants in your local church body. But we also know that it’s never too late to alter financial habits such that you can affect some significant changes in your life and the lives of those around you. We encourage you to learn more and find out what it’s like to be able to bless those around you more than you ever thought possible.
“Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy and where thieves break in and steal, but lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where you treasure is, there your heart will be also.” – Matthew 6:19-21