The Index Card: Personal Finance for Generous Living

I’m not sure what they teach in other countries, but I managed to get through more than twenty years

How will your congregation’s value be assessed?

Years ago, I was having coffee at a café in the shadow of a large, historic congregation. I struck

Voice

Scrolling through my Facebook feed last week, I saw a short video of a lion cub learning to roar. In its

Teaching Stewardship to Children

Stewardship isn’t just for adults. Yet, in many of our congregations, we put off teaching about

Cash Got Your Tongue? Why do pastors wince at money-talk?

I first met -- and was impressed by -- the Rev. Karl Travis when he spoke at a stewardship conference,

Eating Our Values

Fall brings its own sets of tasks for Minnesotans -- raking leaves, storing the lawn mower, getting that

Authentic Stewardship Preaching

This week’s newsletter wraps up our series on preaching stewardship with a final takeaway. It calls

Preaching and Stewardship

Fall is busy time for stewardship leaders, and my guest preaching schedule is quite full. While I love

Preaching Stewardship: Confessions of a Convert

This is the time of year many preachers prepare sermons that focus, particularly, on stewardship. In today’s

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