End-of-Life Planning

As Christians, you and I seek to glorify God in every stage of life. Others who don’t share our beliefs are strongly advancing unbiblical policies impacting your health care and end-of-life decisions.

The National Center for Life and Liberty will provide you an important, easy-to-understand guide explaining key differences between a living will and a medical power of attorney.

This complimentary end-of-life planning resource reviews many of the legal and spiritual implications for you and your loved ones—an invaluable tool while you are able to make decisions for yourself.

Consider: If you are medically incapacitated and unable to speak for yourself, who are the people who will make life-and-death decisions in your best interest? Have you given them the legal power to carry out your wishes, even if it contradicts the advice of a particular medical provider or family member?

As a gift to your loved ones, prayerfully consider empowering them—and yourself—with your complimentary NCLL End-of-Life Planning Information Guide today!

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