Legacy Giving

It’s the most important stewardship decision you’ll ever make. When you include Langham in your planned giving, you play a lasting role in our work equipping the pastors and leaders who will shepherd future generations in Christ.

How your legacy can transform the global church.

After providing for your family and loved ones, you may want to consider putting Langham Partnership (formerly John Stott Ministries) in your will, thus helping to assure the long-term impact of this vital work. Bequests are free of estate tax and can substantially reduce the amount of your assets claimed by the government.

You can give needed support to Langham Partnership by simply including the following words in your will:

I give, devise, and bequeath to Langham Partnership (insert amount here) to support their ministry programs worldwide.
A bequest can be a specific dollar amount, a specific piece of property, a percentage of an estate, or all or part of the residue of an estate. You can also name Langham Partnership as a contingency beneficiary in the event someone named in your will is no longer living.

It is recommended that a lawyer help in drafting or amending a will. If you do decide to include Langham Partnership in your will, please send an email to our president, Benjamin K. Homan, to inform us of your thoughtful decision. Thank you!

Questions?

For further questions regarding planned giving, please contact Jack DeGrenier. Thank you!