Articles

  • Growing A Generous Family
    If you are reading this, you are already in process with thinking about how to create a generous legacy. I use that term intentionally—generous legacy. In our western culture  »   Continue
  • Giving As A Family
    Most families fail to carry on their legacy into the second and third generation. For family owned businesses the failure rate is 70% in the second generation  »   Continue
  • The Generous Life
    Deep in the Ozark Mountains in Southern Missouri, there is still a time and place that remains untouched by the ravages of time. The trees are so thick that you’ve  »   Continue

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Quotes

“Joy is the serious business of heaven.”

~ C.S. Lewis

“It is unlikely we will know the success of how well our family values stick until 4 or 5 generations down the line.”

~ Bill High

If we want to make people glad in God, our lives must look as if God, not possessions, is our joy. Our lives must look as if we use our possessions to make people glad in God, especially the most needy.

~ John Piper