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What does your family legacy mean?

Will your children value their legacy?  The history of the world is the story of great financial, cultural and ethical legacies built in one generation, only to be squandered by the following generations who were unwilling and unprepared for the roles and responsibilities that accompany them.

In The Intentional Legacy, David McAlvany brings a fresh perspective to this old subject.  Drawing from more than fifty years of experience in a multigenerational wealth management firm, as well as his own personal failures and successes, David presents a strategy for “reverse engineering” your life.  Most importantly, he presents a redemptive ethic for family prosperity based on love, forgiveness, and non-contingent relationships.

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Amazon.com Reviews

In a readable and exciting way, David McAlvany tables a discussion about family legacy and the wonderful dimensions and possibilities we have to influence the next generation, and in ways that you may never have considered.

A legacy involves so much more than a financial inheritance; it involves an intangible quality of life that touches the soul of your children and grandchildren, and the lives of other young people in whom you have the privilege of investing. The candid stories of the author will touch your heart and motivate you to think more profoundly about how you invest in these relationships.

The key issues of the book as stated by the author are “legacy, intentionality, and the redemptive ethic which holds them together.” This is not a lofty academic book of legacy theory, but a practical book about a real family (the McAlvany’s) and how they are building a legacy for their family by being intentional in what they do while cultivating relationships around the theme of grace.

A book for those who care about family and the generations to follow.
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A legacy involves so much more than a financial inheritance; it involves an intangible quality of life that touches the soul of your children and grandchildren, and the lives of other young people in whom you have the privilege of investing. The candid stories of the author will touch your heart and motivate you to think more profoundly about how you invest in these relationships.

The key issues of the book as stated by the author are “legacy, intentionality, and the redemptive ethic which holds them together.” This is not a lofty academic book of legacy theory, but a practical book about a real family (the McAlvany’s) and how they are building a legacy for their family by being intentional in what they do while cultivating relationships around the theme of grace.

Testimony 2, Think About It

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