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  • Author: Robert Wuthnow/b> is a sociologist at Princeton University, where he is the Andlinger Professor of Sociology and Director of Center for the Study of Religion.
  • Updated: 07/12/2008

This is a link to an article summarizes conclusions from a three-year research project on Religion and Economic values.  The results contain insights into our deepest obsession- money.

The fundamental question is: "Why do churches remain reluctant to engage money and faith matters more directly?"

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  • Updated: 07/11/2008

The Ecumenical Stewardship Center is an international organization funded by Christian denominations, churches, related organizations and individuals to promote Christian stewardship in its many forms.

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  • Author: Dan Hotchkiss
  • Updated: 07/09/2008
  • Copyright: Dan Hotchkiss

This article is the question: "How do we decide how much to ask for?

Determining the right "ask" is critical: you don't want it to be so high that it seems frivolous, but it needs to be high enough to fulfil your vision and encourage your members to grow in their giving.

There is a little math involved in finding an "ask" that satisfies these two constraints. My purpose is to offer some simple tools to come up with an "ask" for your congregation."

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  • Updated: 06/28/2008

The Stewardship of Life Institute, founded in 1994, is headquartered at the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, Gettysburg, Pa. The Institute's mission is to serve stewardship in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America through its seminaries.
The Institute carries on the vision and work of its founder and benefactor, the late Arthur L. Larson, who died in 2000.

The executive director of the Stewardship of Life Institute is the Rev. Dr. William Avery, who is also the Arthur L. Larson Professor of Stewardship and Parish Ministry at the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg.

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  • Author: Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
  • Updated: 06/24/2008

Stewardship is one of the church's central tasks. The goal of this Web site is to help you succeed in your stewardship initiative.

These pages provide you with the most current and relevant resources and ideas to support your daily effort.

Here you will find straightforward answers, honest discussions and up-to-date information on ELCA stewardship activities. Use this site to connect to other ELCA stewardship workers. Explore intriguing possibilities for your personal and professional life