Rethinking Stewardship: To Adopt, Adapt, or Antagonize Current Cultural Passions in Generosity

Richard Anderson, Director of Congregational Relations for Lutheran Social Services of Minnesota, talks about this article by Jill A. Schumann.

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Center for Stewardship Leaders at Luther Seminary.

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