Living in Northeast Ohio means dealing with winter every year. Psychologists who chart the mental attitude of people from this area find that the low point of the annual mood cycle is mid-February. I learned this years ago while working with public high school students. Often we allow the way we feel about things to direct to direct our pattern of activity. One of the things I like about In His Steps Foundation is that it is a more proactive and long-term approach to the subject of charitable giving. Many of our participants map out, at the beginning or end of the year, what they would like their charitable giving to be, send us instructions, and then we implement it for them. This turns charitable giving into more of a commitment than a mood-dependent response. It helps me, I find, to put some things on autopilot rather than depending on variable feelings. If we can help you with a long term giving plan, whether it be monthly, quarterly, or annual, please call our office at any time.
Best regards in Christ, Rob