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  • Author: Rev. Erica Kennedy is the Asst. Director Fin. Aid, Interim Dean of Students
  • Updated: 03/09/2010
  • Copyright: The Center for Stewardship Leaders, Luther Seminary.  Feel free to use the resource how you see fit, but please include a citation to the Center for Stewardship Leaders

Stewardship Reflections from Luther's Catechism

This article takes a look at how the commandments come to us to give order and in that order we are offered freedom.  In the same way a budget can helps us to offer the freedom that we might strive for.  That freedom offers us a way to reorient our giving patterns in a way that are God honoring.

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The goal in this small study book is to weave together duty, delight and joy with the three articles of faith as we profess them in the Apostles' Creed, and with the three life-long acts of thanksgiving which we traditionally identify as annual giving, special giving, and planned giving.

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  • Author: Richard Russo lives in costal Maine and has written five novels: Mohawk, The Risk Pool, Nobody's Fool, Straight Man, Empire Falls andThe Whore's Child.
  • Updated: 02/22/2010
  • ISBN: 0-375-72640-3
  • Copyright: Vintage Books

Mrs. Whiting, a character in the novel, Empire Falls, is known to get things done.  Her secret is her organizational habit which ends up making her an excellent steward of time.

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  • Author: Kevin Bergeson is the pastor at Spirit of Community Lutheran Church and a graduate of Luther Seminary.
  • Updated: 02/12/2010
  • Copyright: The Center for Stewardship Leaders, Luther Seminary.  Feel free to use the resource how you see fit, but please include a citation to the Center for Stewardship Leaders

This is part two of a series of reflections on Luther's Small Catechism.  

Kevin Bergeson's article is a reflection on Holy Baptism and its impact on being a steward called by God. He talks about living in the tension that exists in Holy Baptism.  It is in that tension that we find ourselves living our lives as stewards, with 100% of our lives.  As life happens around and in us, we can look to our Baptism as a comfort now and not yet.

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  • Author: Martin Davis has a blog called Faith and Fumbles/
  • Updated: 02/12/2010
  • Copyright: Martin Davis
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