Wise Stewardship Includes Having a Will That Protects Your Children

By Will Ertel, CFP®, CPA, PFS
Sep 26, 2018

Many people haven’t drafted a will because they think wills are only for the wealthy. Scripture, however, teaches that responsible stewardship isn’t a function of the size of one’s wealth. Stewardship is about obedience and motivation in relation to how a person handles any amount of financial resources. (See Mark 12:42,44 where the poor widow’s purity of motivation is praised, and Matthew 25:20-30 where the same reward is given to the servants who properly managed five and two talents, respectively.)

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Will Ertel, CFP®, CPA, PFS

Will Ertel, CFP®, CPA, PFS