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Text: Luke 12:13-21
This sermon is focused on the stewardship of money.  Rev. Christopherson raises great questions and delivers great insight into the idea that Jesus was delivering of being a steward of the wealth that we are given.

This is one of a four sermon series focused on developing a picture of a biblical steward.  The series is titled, "Making the Most of All We've Been Given."  The stewardship topics are time, money, lives and creation.

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Acts: 2:1-21
This sermon is focused on the stewardship of ones life.  We are called into action even when times are difficult.  This sermon is a great reminder of just that.  The sermon has great parallels between the disciples and modern times.

This is one of a four sermon series focused on developing a picture of a biblical steward.  The series is titled, "Making the Most of All We've Been Given."  The stewardship topics are time, money, lives and creation.

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Text: Psalm 90
Time is precious.  We need to prioritize what we do in our life.  God, People, Joy, and Calling should be our focus.  The other parts are what we  do to fill in our time.

This is one of a four sermon series focused on developing a picture of a biblical steward.  The series is titled, "Making the Most of All We've Been Given."  The stewardship topics are time, money, lives and creation.

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Luke 12:22-34
The question of the morning is, "Who are you going to listen to?"  There are plenty of voices out there screaming scarcity, crying out about all that we used to have that we don't have any more.  And then there is Jesus' voice, reminding us that God has always blessed us, and will always bless us.  And there is Jesus' voice issuing the invitation to faith -- "Don't be afraid."

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  • Author: Charles R. Lane serves as director for Stewardship Key Leaders Program for the ELCA. Prior to that he served as a pastor of three congregations and on synod staff.
  • Updated: 12/31/2008

Luke 12:22-34
The question is, "Who are you going to listen to?"  There are plenty of voices out there screaming scarcity, crying out about all that we used to have that we don't have any more.  And then there is Jesus' voice, reminding us that God has always blessed us, and will always bless us.  And there is Jesus' voice issuing the invitation to faith -- "Don't be afraid."

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