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  • Author: Salt Writer
    March 2004
  • Updated: 11/23/2009
  • Copyright: Stewardship Resources Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, 8765 West Higgins Road, Chicago, IL 60631.  Any part of Salt Seasonings can be reproduced for local use with attribution.

Text: Luke 10:1, 17-20

Article  Article
  • Author: Salt Writer
    March 2004
  • Updated: 11/23/2009
  • Copyright: Stewardship Resources Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, 8765 West Higgins Road, Chicago, IL 60631.  Any part of Salt Seasonings can be reproduced for local use with attribution.

A process to help identify what is easy to talk about in your congregation?

The things that are easy to discuss in your congregation will end up being your lasting impact.  

How do your results make you feel about your congregation's strength?

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  • Author: Rev. Harris Lee although retired he continues to faithfully serve the church. At present, Harris is a key stewardship leader for the ELCA, Clergy Coach and a consultant. EMAIL: leexx229@tc.umn.edu
  • Updated: 11/22/2009
  • Copyright: Rev.Harris Lee

In May, 2003, I bumped into Pastor Harris Lee at the Minneapolis Area Evangelical Lutheran Church Synodical Assembly.  During our conversation he began to reflect on his "Theology of Stewardship."  

I was intrigued and invited him to lunch so that I could hear him out and share his insights with you. The following are notes from our lunch conversation.

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An article especially for new pastors to have a good pastoral mentor.

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A Core Practice: Transparency with self and others regarding their relationship with money.

The following article summarizes a study of a Methodist Conference regarding the relationship between pastoral leadership and apportionment giving in a congregation.

This study illustrates that pastoral leadership is the key factor.

Update

Adam CopelandAdam Copeland serves as director of the Center for Stewardship Leaders.

Meet the new director