A legacy is less about ourselves than it is about the one who gave us all we have.
"He who loves his work never labors." ~ Jim Stovall, The Ultimate Gift In the movie, The Ultimate Gift, a grandfather portrayed by James Garner seeks to carefully leave an inheritance and a legacy to his grandson without ruining him. In so doing, he also transfers wisdom through a series of tests of his grandson's character. Only [...]
Parents play a crucial role in the preparation of the next generation, but all too often the next generation can take on an attitude of entitlement and blame poor old mom and dad for their woes. True, the leadership of fathers and mothers in the lives of their children is significant and critical, but the [...]
Legacies don’t function well on autopilot. It takes intentionality to have a legacy come to fruition. But it also takes realignment and tweaking from time to time.
Leaving a legacy of faith that inspires the next generation to relationship instead of religion is one of the biggest investments of our time that we can make.
Leaving a legacy of love will not just happen. Love intentionally and before you know it, your legacy of love will not just be a dream, but a reality.
Taking inventory of this past year, we have insight to take us into the new year successfully.
Feast on the moments God is giving you with loved ones this Thanksgiving and be present in the moment.
Determining how much is enough is just as much about having sufficient provision as it is about having too much provision.
To successfully transfer our family business, we need to have a well thought out plan but also a well thought out backup plan.