The Holman Bible Dictionary defines the word covenant as a "pact, treaty, alliance, or agreement between two people." The Greek word Diatheke "primarily signifies a disposition of property by will or otherwise" (Vine's, p. 252). Therefore, the North Greenville University Covenant Society includes people who make a covenant with NGU through a planned gift.
What is a planned gift?
A planned gift is a way you can allocate some or all of your assets while living that ensures the future growth and stability of of NGU. A planned gift may be made during your lifetime or under your will. It might consist of cash, securities, personal property, real estate, trust plans, insurance policies or life estate retained.
Those individuals who include NGU iin their estate plans will automatically qualify for membership in the Covenant Society. The Covenant Society extends the following privileges of membership:
How You Can Make NGU One of Your Beneficiaries
Who to Contact for More Information
If you would like more information, or to set an appointment to discuss your giving options in greater detail, please contact Rev. Joe F. Hayes, Jr at 864.895.1367.