We have all struggled with this one important question: How much life insurance should you buy? I can help you answer that question in 2 easy steps.
1. Cash Now
If you passed away, your family would need an instant infusion of cash to pay for any last medical expenses and a funeral. But how much will that be?
The average cost of a traditional funeral is between $7,000 and $10,000. That’s not counting any doctor or hospital bills your spouse may be left with after you’re gone. If you’re in doubt, leaving $10,000 to $15,000 to handle these expenses is a good place to start.
Our world is in a crisis. Families are in crisis. The demand of changing values has descended upon the home today in America. Family commitment is more unthinkable, and stable family relationships are becoming more impossible. The home is under attack!
I would like to take a few moments to share with you about your Father’s heart toward you. Yes, I am referring to your Heavenly Father.
“For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” – John 3:16
That’s a lot of love. God loves us so much. The sins of this world have lead us to places we should not be going, doing things we should not be doing, and encouraging us to say things we should not be saying. But God’s love is so great that no matter what the sin, He sent His son to die for us so that we can be forgiven and made whole. Someone had to pay the price; blood had to be given as a sacrifice. God sent Jesus, the only sinless one, to be the payment for our sins. He did this by giving His life as a ransom for our sins.
We have seen great fathers in this world. The story of Dick Hoyt, the father who pushed, pulled, and carried his son, Rick through a triathlon is a great example. He swam 2.5 miles, cycled 125 miles through hot lava fields, and concluded by running 26.2 miles with his son. You see, he loved his handicapped son so much. His son’s dream was to be in this contest. The father’s heart was to meet that need for and with his son. No, they were not in first place or even second place, but they did finish just under the deadline. The father ran the race with the son.
Our Heavenly Father is running the race with us. We are all in a race. If we have asked Jesus, God’s Son, into our hearts and to forgive us our sins, then we are pressing on to win the prize.
“I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.” Philippians 3:14
God’s heart is so big for us. His love is so awesome. He wants only what is best for us. Our Father in heaven has a very big heart for us. He cares, wants us to be healed, cleansed from our sins, in right relationship with Him and others around us, and on our way to heaven. He has a wonderful place for us to go.
Debbie and I have spent the last 26 years, of our 31 years of marriage, serving families. We have ministered to families in a variety of ways including spiritual counsel, finances and family budget planning, parental coaching, child development, insurance consultation, and most recently we added to our services identity theft,legal services, and small business benefits As you can see, we really do care about serving families!
Therefore, we decided to bring all of these services under one name called Cannon Risk Management Solutions. Our mission at CRMS is to protect your family, finances, and your future! We offer a variety of solutions to help you minimize your risk and exposure, thus protecting your family, finances, and your future!
We would love to serve you and your family. Contact us today for a free consultation and let us evaluate how we can best serve you. You have worked hard to provide for your family, finances, and your future; now, let us help you protect it all! Click here to contact us today and let’s get started minimizing your risk!