The purpose of the Gospel Legacy Foundation is a trans-generational commitment to the advancement of the gospel. The Foundation gives the annual Gospel Legacy Award to an individual or an organization that has a track record of commitment to Christ. The award must be used in a gospel project over the following 12 months.
The Apostle Paul believed in Timothy. It propelled Timothy into a ministry that Paul later on described as unique in the whole world. The Foundation is a way to express our belief in others that God has called.
Peter Youngren states, “I’m glad that when I started out in ministry there were people who believed in me and gave me opportunity. Now we want to do the same for others.”
Paul wrote to Timothy, “The things which you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses, entrust these to faithful people who will be able to teach others also.” 2 Tim. 2:2. The Foundation is a way to put the task of the gospel before general Christian public and award gospel workers who have been proven to be trustworthy.
Taina Youngren adds, “Our goal is to challenge fellow believers to be innovative with the gospel; how it is shared to reach the maximum number of unreached people groups.”
You may want to include the Gospel Legacy Foundation in your Last Will and Testament. These funds will be used to provide the annual Gospel Legacy Award for generations to come.