The Stewardship Resource Database

Fish this well-stocked pool for books, videos, articles, web links, stories, sermons, quotations, and much more! Most of these resources are free to copy or download from this site; some you can send away for, or ask permission from the publisher to use.

 

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Happening  Happening
  • Author: Dr. Joyce Mundahl is a stewardship leader at Westwood Lutheran Church, Edina, Minnesota.
  • Updated: 03/19/2008
  • Copyright: Dr. Joyce Mundahl

On "Celebration Sunday" nearly 50 members at each service processed into the sanctuary carrying banners, signs or placards signifying the many different ministries.


Happening  Happening
  • Author: Paul Batz, Layperson at Diamond Lake Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, MN. Paul is author of the book, Inspire, Persuade and Lead.
  • Updated: 03/19/2008
  • Copyright: Paul Batz

An effective temple talk by a layperson who invites the people of the congregation to reflect on their "new" spending and to increase their giving by the same amount.


Happening  Happening
  • Author: Zion Lutheran Church, Stratford, WI
    Rev. Susan Eidahl, Pastor
  • Updated: 03/19/2008
  • Copyright: Rev. Susan Eidahl

A celebrations of hands in mission and ministry. 


Happening  Happening
  • Author: Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
    Rev. Tim Thies, Senior Pastor
  • Updated: 03/19/2008
  • Copyright: Tim Thies

In the worship folder each week, there is a section called "Taking the Church Home." These are reflections, activities and prayer based on the weekend lessons.


Happening  Happening
  • Author: Pastor Todd Nelsen is the senior pastor at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, New Ulm, MN.
  • Updated: 03/19/2008

Below are discussion sheets for the first five sessions of the video series.  For more information about the video series click on
www.luthersem.edu/stewardship/resource_detail.asp?resource_id=369


Todd Nelsen reports that this series was shown at the adult forum and was very well received.  Well - almost.  It seems that the first couple of sessions causes some folks to feel very uneasy.  But they hung in there and by the end, were very thankful they had.

Pastor Nelson says, that there is so much interest that the small groups in the congregation are going to use it to stimulate their discussions.