Put your stuff to good work

What if it was easy to design your legacy today?


At NorthRidge, it is! 

God has entrusted each and every one of us with a life full of stuff. These possessions, such as our house, property, cars, business(es) and the insurance policies we own all become part of His plan for us and the legacy we leave long after we are gone, which is why NorthRidge offers an Estate Planning Seminar for free!

Join us every Fall, Winter and Spring when we offer this seminar for free. During the 2-hour event, you’ll learn about the importance of establishing an Estate Plan, a Lasting Will and Testament, Power of Attorney, and Living Trust! 

Approximately 70% of people pass on to eternity without setting up an Estate Plan, leaving their legacy in the hands of the court system, potentially putting family members and loved ones through legal hassles while grieving.

Protect your family and loved ones today. Don’t become part of this statistic! Preparing for the future demonstrates good stewardship and protects the people that mean the most of us and the legacy we leave behind. Let NorthRidge and its partner, Financial Planning Ministries help you design your legacy! Sign up today, the seminar is free.

The next seminar is Fri, October 13, 7-9p
Plymouth Campus, Room 2229
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AWAKEN
God has promised you forgiveness but he never promised you tomorrow for your procrastinations. The greatest gift you can give your family is a well-conceived and completed estate plan.

EDUCATE
Will or Trust – find out which is best for your family. In the seminar you will learn the benefit of a living trust and how to maximum the impact for you, your family and the Kingdom of God.

EMPOWER
Your customized estate plan can be prepared for you free of charge. Financial Planning Ministry simply requests a donation to one of their sponsored organizations, one of which is NorthRidge Church.

RESOURCES
NorthRidge's partner, Financial Planning Ministry, provides guidance in completing important life planning documents such as trusts, wills and medical directives.

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