The Stewardship Resource Database

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Book Review  Book Review
  • Author: Randy Alcorn is the founder and director of Eternal Perspective Ministries dedicated to teaching biblical truth and drawing attention to the needy and how to help them.
  • Updated: 12/19/2012
  • ISBN: 978-1-59052-737-5
  • Copyright: Multnomah Publishers Inc.

In The Treasure Principle, Alcorn seeks to motivate believers to think "eternally" about every giving, saving and spending decisions. This is the heart of true stewardship.

The main principles of the book are:
1. God owns everything. I am His money manager.
2. My heart always goes where I put God's money.
3. Heaven, not Earth, is my home.
4. I should live for the line (eternity), not the dot(short life on earth).
5. Giving is the only antidote for materialism.
6. God prospers me not to raise my standard of living, but to raise my standard of giving.

Book Review  Book Review
  • Author: Arthur Simon is the founder and president emeritus of Bread for the World.
  • Updated: 12/19/2012
  • ISBN: 0-8010-6408-2
  • Copyright: Baker Book House

Book Review  Book Review
  • Author: Sondra Ely Wheeler
  • Updated: 12/19/2012
  • ISBN: 080280733X
  • Copyright: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co

Wealth as Peril and Obligation is a study of the New Testament which helps bring clarity to an ethical dilemmas--the moral status of wealth and possessions in relation to Christian faith.

Book Review  Book Review
  • Author: John L. Golv is Pastor for Worship and Stewardship at Trinity Lutheran Church, Lindstrom, MN and formerly Stewardship Specialist and Mission Director in the Northeastern Iowa Synod
  • Updated: 12/19/2012
  • ISBN: 0-8066-4406-0
  • Copyright: Augsburg-Fortress

"The key stewardship question is this: 'Why do we have what we have?'"

"Christian stewards receive, use, and offer God's gifts, according to the heart and mind of God."

In Our Stewardship: Managing Our Assets, Golv provides encouragement and tools to help a congregation discover its gifts and how they can use those gifts well.

Book Review  Book Review
  • Author: Eugene Grimm is a stewardship specialist for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
  • Updated: 12/19/2012
  • ISBN: 0-687-14045-5
  • Copyright: Abingdon Press

Generous People gives detailed practical counsel with a focus on growing people spiritually.