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Summer 2008 Rapport: Development Outlook

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Estate Planning

A legacy for today Planting a legacy

Pentecostal preacher Cordas C. Burnett (right) was the first vice president of AGTS. Although he died in 1975, his legacy continues through the Cordas C. Burnett Center for Biblical Preaching, where new generations of Pentecostal preachers are being trained.

The first seven Burnett Preaching Fellows graduated in May. They are pictured above with Dr. Burnett’s widow, Dorothy Field.

Top row, left to right: Dr. Doug Oss (director), Grant Curtis, Michael Burnette, Shannon Zabroski. Bottom row: Ryan Beaty, Gray Nordan, Dorothy Field, Cindy Kam, Ryan Fisher

You’ve worked hard and have been blessed by God in many ways. Now you want to give back—and perhaps leave a legacy in your name or honor a family member. While virtually everyone has the ability to leave a legacy, most do not do so. Would you prayerfully consider including an endowment at AGTS in your estate plan? The endowment can be named after an honoree and/or a specific area of interest (e.g., academic programs, faculty support, scholarships, facilities, technology, etc.). Some people find it convenient to make noncash gifts in the form of stocks, bonds, mutual funds, certificates of deposit, life-insurance policies, real estate, wills, annuities, trusts or other forms of appreciated assets.

For further information, contact Dorothea Lotter at 417.268.1000.



Updated: Tuesday, August 12, 2008 10:01 AM

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