Making a Will is not difficult, but it does require you to think about what you own and what you want to happen in the event of your death. Whilst you will be secure in your resurrection to a heavenly dwelling, it is important to consider to ensure those left behind are certain of your wishes – and that your estate can achieve your intended works.
Scripture tells us that Jesus was able to do his work because of the generosity of his friends and supporters. A gift in your Will is a testament to your commitment to the ministry of Christ and can help to ensure that Andrew Wommack Ministry – Europe continues to share in God’s mission for years to come. Your money can impact people’s lives with the Gospel.
"Store your treasures in heaven, where moths and rust cannot destroy, and thieves do not break in and steal. 21 Wherever your treasure is, there the desires of your heart will also be”. Matthew 6:20-21 (NLT)
Decisions about making a Will, and what to include are not always easy, but making sure that you have your affairs in order can help your loved ones to deal with your loss as it makes your wishes and intentions clear for them to follow.
We would always recommend that good legal advice is taken to prepare your Will – even if you think your circumstances are simple, they are very particular to you and making sure you are helped to come up with a Will that does not just say what you want but sets out the best way for that to be achieved can be invaluable.
Going to see a Solicitor can feel like a big deal – but remember they are human too. It is their job to put you at ease and explain everything they say and ask to make sure that you understand it clearly and are comfortable with the decisions you make and the instructions you give for your Will.
In advance of making an appointment to make a Will, there are some key questions you can think about and some information you can gather together to have to hand which can save time and costs for you.