Ray Lyne was a unique thinker and teacher. With a deep voice and the common-sense of a Kansas farm boy, Ray taught tens of thousands of people the practical principles of Biblical stewardship. In live seminars, small gatherings, and one-to-one meetings, Ray helped us understand what it means to “honor the Lord from your wealth.”
In addition, Ray mentored hundreds of men and women who now serve in churches and ministries that fund Kingdom enterprise. Some of the most well-known and effective congregations and organizations in America are benefitting from Ray’s approach—serving stewards to help unleash non-cash assets for eternal good.
If measuring impact was just in money, Ray’s legacy would be in the many billions of dollars directed toward Kingdom work. However, Ray’s true legacy may better be measured by the fact that because of his work, Christian stewards are investing their financial resources to:
- Feed the hungry
- Provide water to the thirsty
- Clothe the naked
- House the homeless
- Visit the sick and imprisoned
All in the name of the Lord Jesus.
Ray Lyne’s ongoing legacy challenges us to live the giving life so that when our days are done, we can expect to hear, “Good work! You did your job well.” (Matthew 25:21, The Message)
May We Help?
In our booklet, A Practical Guide to Giving Generously, you will find a checklist to help define your goals and make giving decisions, along with much more information.
Wherever you are in your legacy planning, God is honored by your faithful stewardship over His resources. Let us know how we can help.