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Visions of Giving invites you to explore some questions about traditions of giving in America.
In our study of American visions of giving, we have noticed three questions that have persisted over the last two centuries. These questions, in turn, have prompted us to add our own questions.
The Fellowship of Orthodox Stewards (FOS) is a Fellowship of Prayer.
OREMUS is dedicated to being a comprehensive place of prayer on the Internet.
Stewardship is... Showing our thankfulness to God by sharing and caring for others in response to God's love for us.
Stewardship Commitment Programs: An overview of the key types.
Purdy begins the essay by writing: "Jesus holds a first mortgage on all that you and I possess. We own it and we have the use of it, just as we possess and inhabit houses on which the bank or savings and loan holds a first mortgage. But at any moment Jesus may call us to dispose of our possessions in order to benefit some person or cause that needs our support. Just as the bank may choose to foreclose, so Jesus has a claim on all we possess. To be called to be a disciple of Jesus is to acknowledge this claim on our money, houses, barns, lands, silver, clothes, cars, stocks, jewels, antiques, and collectibles. Such is the teaching of Jesus' encounter with the rich young man. Let us examine the story in some detail."
How, when or does Jesus call us to dispossess all we have?
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