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United States (MNN) – Do you may have an property plan? If not, the USA arm of SAT-7, a satellite tv for pc TV ministry to the Center East and North Africa, has partnered with Monetary Planning Ministry. Collectively, they’re taking the thriller out of property planning.

Property Planning

Data from a 2017 Caring.com survey reveals that just about 60 p.c of adults in the USA should not have an property plan. (Be taught extra about these statistics right here.) Nevertheless, by means of the partnership, SAT-7 is providing a seminar* to assist Christians shield themselves and properly steward their sources. Additionally it is a method for SAT-7 USA to serve its donors and ministry companions.

Property planning and Biblical stewardship


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Plus, Senior Improvement Officer with SAT-7 USA John Frick says property planning can truly assist additional the Gospel. How? By drafting ministry presents within the property plans.

“We do ask people to be prayerful about how God may want them to leave an estate gift, whether it’s SAT-7, whether it’s their local church, whether it’s some other ministry—we want to advance the kingdom of God,” Frick explains.

The partnership makes accessible free property planning schooling and sources for creating wills and trusts. The aim—to assist foster biblical stewardship. This partnership equips SAT-7 USA to assist individuals take a look at property planning “from a Kingdom perspective, from a biblical stewardship perspective”.

Biblical Stewardship By Property Planning

Frick says there are at the least three scripture passages with a Biblical narrative close to cash. These passages embody Genesis 4—which depicts Cain’s careless giving; Acts 16—an account of how rich Christians supported Paul’s work to unfold the Gospel; and Matthew 23 – when Jesus confronts the Pharisees and their coronary heart behind giving.

“What I see here is, when we’re dealing with biblical stewardship principles, first, we need to be intentional. Second, we need to be sensitive to the leading of the Holy Spirit. I think one of the reasons perhaps [why] Paul was delayed is the Holy Spirit was continuing and preparing for those people with resources so that when the timing was right, Paul would be able to advance his mission,” Frick says.

“And then whatever we do, we do with a heart of gratitude and compassion for the kingdom of God. With that foundation, that’s where we see it working in the financial planning ministry and doing proper estate planning.”

Moreover, if Christians prayerfully embody a present for ministry work of their property plans, they’re guaranteeing a set quantity of their sources make the Gospel message accessible to those that would possibly in any other case not encounter it.

SAT-7 Assets

For SAT-7, receiving such a present equips the group to speak God’s love by means of satellite tv for pc television and different media. It helps their discipleship programming. It additionally helps develop and help the Church within the Center East and North Africa. However, no matter who’s the recipient, will you prayerfully think about together with a ministry associated present in your property planning?

“I truly believe that one day as we stand before God, and we’re called in to account for how did we manage and steward the assets and resources that God had given to us and asked us to manage, those who’ve done some estate planning at least be able to answer those questions with some specific actions. I think it benefits both the Christian steward to be a good steward and it benefits, again, the kingdom of God in advancing,” Frick says.

To join property planning sources by means of SAT-7, click on right here.

 

 

*SAT-7 USA could present data on property planning, however this data just isn’t authorized recommendation. SAT-7 sources are usually not offered by attorneys or accountants.

 

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