I don’t know about you, but this year I’ve become acutely aware of just how very short our time is on Earth!
This year nine people who’ve impacted my life are now with the Lord.
Our time on Earth is short, but the impact we make for God’s kingdom lasts forever. To practice generational stewardship, we must live purposefully.
Long after our days on Earth are over, God will still be glorified from the decisions we’ve made. It sounds like a huge task, but it is one we can take a day at a time so that over the course of our lives, we’ve left a godly legacy.
You see generational stewardship is about more than just leaving a monetary inheritance. Although that’s certainly of value, it’s about leaving a spiritual inheritance.
What values do you want to pass on to your children, and your children’s children?
We can leave a legacy of grace, good character, generosity, and joy. Psalm 78:4 explains it simply — we should pass down the “glorious deeds of the Lord, and his might, and the wonders that he has done.”
When we instill these teachings in the next generation, we are raising them up to be faithful stewards who will prepare the next generation after us. Now Crown is here to help you embark on this journey.
Whether you need help planning a will, learning to live as a steward or teaching your children God’s financial principles, we’re here for you.
And remember, 50% of Americans are stressed out over money. When you give to Crown, we can offer hope and peace that only God’s financial principles can provide.
Giving before year-end will be doubled in impact through our Multiplication Matching Challenge, and I’ll send you the Power of Redemptive Stewardship: our brand new video series! Give today at crown.org.