Write It Down

Rosalinda Baron Rosalinda Baron

Important things should be written down.

It's obvious through the Ten Commandments and the Bible that the Lord places a great emphasis on putting important things in writing. We put

important things in writing too, such as marriage licenses and business contracts. But, when it comes to writing our Last Will and Testament, we tend to put it off year after year.

The truth is that having a Christian Will that legally provides for your loved ones is an important act of stewardship that believers often overlook. Have you stopped to consider that your Will is the legal document that transfers stewardship of everything the Lord has entrusted to you? This is why you should not only stop putting it off, but also, bathe the process in prayer and consider biblical principles when designing the right plan for your Will.

So, why not make a New Year's resolution (a promise to the Lord) that you will take the time to be a good steward of your family and the things he has entrusted to you by having your Will or Trust made. To assist you, the National Day of Prayer Task Force has a free Will and Trust Planning Ministry on our website. From the privacy of your home, you can learn how to design your Will or Trust from a biblical worldview by watching video clips. What's more, you only have to watch the video clips that pertain to your specific circumstances, so it's quick, easy and user friendly. Simply, visit our website at www.nationaldayofprayer.org/donate and click on the video.


Moreover it is required in stewards that one be found faithful.  1 Cor. 4:2

- Rosalinda Baron, Director of Development