Blessed to be a blessing to others
A legacy of love for generations to come
God blessed Abraham so that he could in turn be a blessing to others (Genesis 12:2). Not just members of his own family, tribe, city or nation, but all the peoples of the earth. After you have taken care of your loved ones in your will, please consider widening your care to those who belong to your extended family, that is your Christian brothers and sisters worldwide.
After your pilgrimage on this earth has ended, your legacy can live on for generations – a witness to Christ’s love and an honouring affirmation of the connection of the Body of believers to one another. Your gift can save future generations from poverty and hardship, inspire them to hold firm to the faith in the midst of trial, and know the hope that springs from the encouragement that they do not suffer alone and unknown.
Once your loved ones have been taken care of, what will be your legacy?
Your gift will go a long way to bless other believers. Barnabas Fund’s unique role as a channel of hope and aid from Christians, through Christians, to Christians means that your legacy will be used for the greatest impact. Barnabas Fund works through local Christian partners around the world to meet the needs of believers directly and cost-effectively.
When you go to heaven let your endeavours on earth continue
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Writing a will can be a daunting task that many people delay, sometimes until it’s too late to choose who will benefit from their estate*. If you die without leaving a will (intestate), UK intestacy rules will apply and your estate will pass to defined close family members, or, if none are alive, to the government.
If you want to choose who will benefit from your estate, Barnabas Legal will be happy to assist you with the drafting of your will. To take advantage of this free service from our expert legal team, please download, complete and return our will questionnaire.
* Estate – all the money and property that a person owns, especially everything that is left when they die.