The Stewardship Resource Database

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  • Author: Dan Carlson
  • Updated: 08/04/2006


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  • Updated: 07/24/2006

Mission: To resource congregational stewardship and finance leaders for faith formation and the transformation of the world.


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  • Author: Dr. Eugene Grimm, Stewardship Specialist for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America f, serving Northeastern Ohio Synod, the Northwestern Ohio Synod and the Southern Ohio Synod
  • Updated: 02/17/2006

Welcome to The Stewardship  Connection, the stewardship website of Dr. Eugene Grimm, Stewardship Specialist for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


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  • Author: Gary Ruskin is executive director and co-founder of Commercial Alert, and an expert on commercialism in schools, government and culture, and the effects of advertising on children and public health.
  • Updated: 08/17/2005

This is an advocacy site with many insightful and helpful articles. 

OUR MISSION
Commercial Alert's mission is to keep the commercial culture within its proper sphere, and to prevent it from exploiting children and subverting the higher values of family, community, environmental integrity and democracy.

"Our nation is in the grips of a commercial hysteria. Sometimes it seems like everything is for sale. At Commercial Alert, we stand up for the idea that some things are too important to be for sale. Not our children. Not our health. Not our minds. Not our schools. Not our values. Not the integrity of our governments. Not for sale. Period."


On the site you can sign up for emails whose "Updates give you the latest news and action alerts about commercialism."


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  • Author: Isabel Allende was born in Peru and raised in Chile. When her uncle, Chilean President Salvador Allende, was assassinated in 1973, she fled with her husband and children to Venezuela.
  • Updated: 05/25/2005
  • Copyright: To use a transcript of this story contact John Gregory, Project Manager for This I Believe, at john@thisibelieve.org or 502-458-4515.

On the NPR radio show, ALL THINGS CONSIDERED Isabell Allende tells her story which begins like this:

"I have lived with passion and in a hurry, trying to accomplish too many things. I never had time to think about my beliefs until my 28-year-old daughter Paula fell ill. She was in a coma for a year and I took care of her at home, until she died in my arms in December of 1992...Give, give, give -- what is the point of having experience, knowledge or talent if I don't give it away? Of having stories if I don't tell them to others? Of having wealth if I don't share it? I don't intend to be cremated with any of it! It is in giving that I connect with others, with the world and with the divine. It is in giving that I feel the spirit of my daughter inside me, like a soft presence."

To read the total story click on In Giving I Connect with Others  [In Giving I Connect with Others