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Leave a lasting legacy through an estate plan


Presented by Philip Marley, estate consultant for Financial Planning Ministry

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What others said about leaving a charitable gift in their estate plan

It wasn’t until Thelma’s death that Alan, the pastor of Rocky Mountain Christian Church in Colorado, discovered she had quietly made plans to surprise her church with a gift. Financial Planning Ministry had drawn up her estate documents where Thelma had designated Rocky Mountain to receive the proceeds from the sale of her house upon her passing. Alan remembers Thelma’s gift as “one of the factors that encouraged us at a time when we desperately needed encouragement. It came at a very important pivotal moment in our ministry.”
Pastor Alan, Rocky Mountain Christian Church


Thursday, November 12th Zoom Webinar
(12:00 – 1:00 p.m. Mountain Time)

Mission Aviation Fellowship is blessed to partner with Financial Planning Ministry (FPM) which provides estate planning services, including the creation of wills and living trusts. FPM is offering MAF supporters a free 60-minute webinar to walk you through the important information you need in order to make good decisions regarding your end-of-life plans. There will be a Q&A time following the presentation.

"I’m not a hugely wealthy man, so the amount of money I can leave to MAF in my will isn’t going to buy a plane, but if it keeps the plane in the air for a few days or weeks that would be wonderful because even one extra day in the air for an MAF plane could save somebody’s life."
Chris Tanton, MAF supporter
"The Nate Saint story meant so much to my dad. He impressed on our family the meaningful nature of that sacrifice. Dad thought money was the sacrifice he could make. He lived very modestly so he could leave as much as possible to MAF. I think that was a mark of his character and his passion."
Deborah Bingham Van Broekhoven, daughter of Glenn Bingham


  • Pass on your values—preparing for the future reflects good stewardship and protects the things that mean the most to you.
  • Save yourself and your family time and money—On average, this saves your loved ones nine months to two years and $16,000 to $60,000 in probate alone.
  • Have peace of mind—in your estate plan, you can ensure your desires on medical decisions, guardianship of your minor children, and distribution of your valuables will be fulfilled.

Saturday, November 14th Zoom Webinar
(9:00 – 10:00 a.m. Mountain Time)