You can support Love Worth Finding in a major way and receive steady income payments for life.READ MORE
Did you know, that if you are age 70 ½ and older, you can give directly from your individual retirement accounts? For those who qualify, IRA gifts offer a convenient, cost-effective and powerful way to help bring people to Christ and mature them in faith.READ MORE
Whether shopping, investing, or giving, you’re always trying to get the most out of your money. To you, this just makes sense! If you’re looking for even more ways to stretch your dollars, consider these smart, tax-wise ways to support Love Worth Finding.READ MORE
A well-planned and up-to-date estate plan is essential to provide for your family members, to effectively steward the resources God has provided you during your lifetime, and to reinforce your legacy of generosity.READ MORE
If you are among the majority of Americans without a will or trust, chances are good that at least one of two “costs” have gotten in the way: time and money. Perhaps you have said or thought something like this…
“I just haven’t had the time to get a will” or “I’m not sure I can afford to get a will.”
But have you considered the hidden time and financial costs of not having a will in place?READ MORE
Once deemed the world’s wealthiest man, Howard Hughes seemingly had it all. But at the time of his passing, one missing possession unraveled a lifetime of accumulation.
Howard didn’t have a will.
Congratulations! If you have a completed, legal will, you already understand the peace of mind that comes from having a plan in place.
For many, the iconic, self-made millionaire is the epitome of American life. The familiar, if not trite, mantra goes something like this: “Work harder than everyone else now, and collect your millions later.”
Care to know a secret?
Generous Christians just like you are giving to Love Worth Finding in smart ways to help share the truth of the Gospel AND reduce their taxes!
Often, people try to decide whether they should give to ministry or bless their loved ones. Did you know there’s a way you can do both?