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Caring for Loved Ones

Your family is one of God's greatest gifts. They love you, support you and sometimes challenge you. Whether you're caring for aging parents, raising your own kids or maybe doing both, we offer many ways to help you take care of your loved ones. From a variety of insurance products to income and wealth protection options, we can help you secure your family's financial future.

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Save for emergencies

Nobody is safe from emergencies, and most people don't have the cash flow to cover them. Having an emergency fund in place can help protect you and your family from financial pitfalls.


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Start your family on a strong financial path

It's never too early to consider life insurance. Protect your kids or grandkids and start them on a smart financial path while they're young with whole life insurance for children.


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Cope with the death of a loved one

Dealing with the loss of a loved one is difficult. Let Thrivent help you through the financial decisions needed during these tough times so you can keep your focus on faith and family.

Secure your family's financial future

Caring for aging parents. Losing a spouse. Getting injured on the job. Life is full of the unexpected. That's why it's important you take steps now to secure your family's future. Let Thrivent Financial guide you as you build a strategy to protect your family for years to come.

Protect family members who depend on you

If you died, could your family still afford to live in your current home? Could your children still attend the school of their choice? Help support your family even after you're gone with a variety of life insurance options.

  • Provide for your family.
  • Help maintain your family's lifestyle.
  • Plan for the unexpected.

Prepare for an unexpected illness or injury

Help keep your family on solid financial ground if you become sick or disabled. Disability income insurance can help pay your bills and other expenses if you can't work, lessening the impact on your savings. You can even get coverage for a stay-at-home spouse.

  • Help cover bills and other financial responsibilities.
  • Help protect your savings when you can't work.

Have emergency funds in place

People often don't think about an emergency fund until they need one. Having reserves on hand makes handling unplanned events easier for you and the people you care about. Thrivent Federal Credit Union (Link opens in new window) has options to help you get started.

  • Prepare for the unexpected.
  • Experience banking that combines financial expertise with shared Christian values.

Member's Voice

"The life insurance benefits and investment recommendations from Thrivent gave me the time and assets we've needed to adjust to a life without [my husband]."*


Free educational workshop

Heart-to-Heart: As Your Parents Age
Help initiate healthy conversations with your aging parents about their wishes for the future, including finances and other topics.

Search your state to see if this workshop is available near you.