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On March 27, 2020, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was passed into law. The $2.2 trillion economic stimulus package broadly assists businesses, state and local governments, and individual taxpayers alike to weather the economic hardships resulting from the COVID-19 global pandemic. Wasting no time, the CPAs …
Can you imagine giving your child a powerful Harley Davidson motorcycle without ever teaching them how to ride a bike? Most parents would never consider such a reckless gift. But gift planning attorney, Jeanne McMains, says this is a perfect metaphor for what she has seen many moms, dads, and grandparents do with their family inheritance.
en, do you need to recharge your mental and spiritual batteries? We probably all do. Tom Smith has put together an experience to help you get away from the grind of your computer, schedule, and cell phone. The Men’s Life Renewal Adventure is designed to help you get out into …
ffectively lifting communities out of poverty begins with equipping people. Mark Goesser has created a movement of professional coaches that train people living in impoverished communities with the skills and confidence they need to create a sustainable income for themselves and their families. Goesser is the CEO of Hope Venture, …
Your career assignments have brought you to a place where you recognize the value of leadership. Your contribution to your company or organization involves your influence, but do you apply the same leverage to your Kingdom service?
Janice Munemitsu is a woman who inspires others to experience the freedom of a generous life. But first she had to find that freedom herself.
Eric Blum is the founder of Oak Valley College, a start-up Christian business college that launched in 2016. A lot of people thought that starting a new Christian college was a crazy idea, including NCF California President, Bryan Feller who told Blum, “Honestly, I didn’t think you had a chance, but here you are.”
When he began his journey of generosity 32 years ago, Andy Weigel didn’t have the vocabulary to describe the process that God was taking him through. “All I knew was that I loved Jesus and I wanted to be used by him.”
My Dad passed away two months ago, just shy of his 95th birthday. He was an amazing man who lived a remarkable life. He served in the army in World War II and in the air force in the Korean war. Among all of his achievements, the most significant to me was showing me how to be a Christian man.