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Rick Warren, author of “A Purpose-Driven Life”, has been quoted as saying “It is not a sin to be rich. It is a sin to die rich.” As Christians, we all believe in life after death. However, the life after death discussed in this section is not the one that typically comes to mind. Here, we will discuss succession planning. Have you made provisions for your family and loved ones in the event of your death? After all, life will continue for them after you are gone. We have all heard the tragic stories of people who have died and left their loved ones with enormous medical bills or unpaid funeral expenses. Some individuals may have lost the family home because, without the deceased’s income, they could no longer afford to pay the mortgage. Proverbs 10:7 says “The memory of the just is blessed: but the name of the wicked shall rot.” How will you be remembered? More importantly, how will you remembered by those who need you the most?