How to Influence Long-Term Change in Malawi through Legacy Giving

Imagine being able to send your child or grandchild off to college knowing they’ll graduate debt free.

Knowing that you have a solid financial future plan in place that can help you achieve your future life goals.

Ensuring that the organizations you care about can continue to provide gospel-centered Christian care to people around the world for the foreseeable future. 

Imagine being able to do all of the above.

How the Hahn family found joy in their sadness through planned giving

We all have an ideal picture of what our life will look like. When we’ll get married, how many (if any) kids we’ll have, how many dogs we'll have, where we’ll live, what kind of work we’ll do, etc.

Until the unexpected happens. In that moment, our image of what we had hoped for our life crumbles.

When an unexpected tragedy struck the Hahn family, it seemed like nothing good could come from it. But God brought the Hahn family through their darkest moments and showed them how they could create joy out of their sadness...

Planned Giving Basics for Millennial Parents

The first time someone told me I should consider planning my legacy giving in a will, I laughed it off.

“We’re not old enough for that!” I thought, “Planned giving is for retirees! Wills are for people with real money! My husband and I are barely adulting over here.”


However, the thought wouldn’t leave my mind, so I did some research to learn the basics of planned giving. Turns out, wills and estate planning are for anyone who wants certain things to be carried out after their death (yes, that seems obvious now that you say it, but hey—I was in denial about turning 30, much less planning for a financial future I could only just see). More importantly, a will also ensures that the money God has given us to manage continues to support people and organizations we’ve prayed about and that are within our sphere of influence. That influence can continue after we’ve gone through planned giving...

Combating the "brain drain" in Nigeria

Rose wanted to do something about the health crisis in Nigeria. But she didn’t have the proper medical training or the ability to go back to school. She didn't know how she could make a difference, 

But God had placed a desire in Rose’s heart to be bold. 

When Rose looked around her she saw people suffering from malaria, diarrhea, and pneumonia. In Nigeria preventable diseases and illnesses are the leading causes of death—average life expectancy is just 50 years old. A lack of available medical care and prevention contribute to this...

In the beginning

"It is quite interesting, looking back on it...the opportunities and God's hand in it all," Jim Haag noted with a smile. Jim co-founded Kingdom Workers with Bob Grebe over 30 years ago, although he is quick to note, "It's not that Kingdom Workers happened because of Bob Grebe and Jim Haag, but that he and I happened to have the opportunity to be involved."

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