Estate planning topic at Lifelong Learning

Planned giving advisers with Mennonite Brethren Foundation Garvie Schmidt and Andy Shewey will speak at Lifelong Learning beginning at 9:45 a.m. Friday at Wohlgemuth Music Education building at Tabor College.

“Most people think of writing a will or trust as a legal process,” Schmidt said. “However, it’s more than that. It’s part of Christian discipleship. When you consider that God is the owner of all and we are His stewards, the process is really about transferring stewardship.”

Due to construction on the new arts center, attendees are asked to park in the south Tabor library parking lot or by the tennis courts. Golf cart shuttle services will be available.

Registration at the door is $5, attendees may eat in the cafeteria afterward at a discounted rate of $4.Top of FormBottom of Form

Last modified Sept. 28, 2016