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This book seeks to recapture the biblical background of the concept of "steward." Hall writes, "Stewardship does not describe any one dimension of the Christian life; it describes the whole posture called 'Christian.'"
Hall contends that the terms "steward" and "stewardship" are used with greater frequency outside the churches than inside them. As such, it makes the word more accessible to a much wider audience.
A movie about the national and personal debt crisis.
Five kids went to the mall. Each received $50. What did they do with it?
This is an exciting new resource for a confirmation class or a youth retreat.
The goal of this easy-to-use educational unit is to introduce youth to a life of balanced financial stewardship by sharing 10 percent, saving 10 percent and spending wisely 80 percent of their income.
Supplementary letters for parents and church council members help create a congregational climate that nurtures future steward leaders.
Mark Allan Powell states that he writes Giving to God in order to present a guide to biblical stewardship that will be faithful to the teaching of Scripture, to the promises of Christ, and to the needs of those who view giving to God as an opportunity and expectation for their journey of faith.
In the tradition of the mega-bestseller, The One Minute Manager, author Ken Blanchard and fast-food entrepreneur S. Truett Cathy (Chick-fil-A) create a parable that demonstrates the virtues of generosity, in contrast to selfishness and greed.
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Adam Copeland serves as director of the Center for Stewardship Leaders.
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