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Stewardship's Null Curriculum

We conclude our Stewardship this Lent series today with a post from Rolf Jacobson, professor of Old Testament

What does the Reformation have to do with Stewardship?

I don’t know about you, but I rarely venture far without my smartphone. A few weeks back, I stopped

"They Don't Know What They Don't Know"

Assumptions do not serve the church well. I once filled-in as a guest preacher in a congregation, and

What Good is Work? (Part III)

Much of the tumult of this election season is, in a roundabout way, all about work. There’s the

What Good is Work? (Part II)

The week before the seminary started its fall term, I was traveling in Scotland. My grandmother lives

What Good is Work? (Part I)

When I taught at Concordia College, I often found myself discussing the concept of vocation with students.

Talking About Money When Not Asking For It

It’s possible to develop bad habits in our church leadership. For some of us, I’m afraid one

Have We Always Done it This Way?

Growing up active in the church, I often heard a version of the following joke. It was usually told in

On "The Gospel of Wealth"

In stewardship circles, among the historical writings referenced from time to time is Andrew Carnegie’s

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