The Stewardship Resource Database

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Practice:  The power of our Christian story and what it means to actively live out that story in today's society. 


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The article will enlighten financial perspectives.


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  • Author: Gary Moore has authored five books on moral finance, the last being Faithful Finances 101. He is the founder of the Financial Seminary.
  • Updated: 07/26/2010
  • Copyright: Gary Moore

The following article by Gary Moore traces his experience with "stewardship" in the various forms of the church with which he has related.  Through reflection on these experiences and his growth in a biblical perspective, he is convinced that the church has not told the hard truth about stewardship.  Stewardship encompasses the whole of life. It is a way of life for more than supporting particular institutions.


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  • Author: Douglas Scalise is pastor of http://brewsterbaptistchurch.org/ [Brewster Baptist Church], Brewster, Massachusetts
  • Updated: 07/14/2010
  • Copyright: Douglas Scalise

At Brewster Baptist Church's Annual Meeting on February 9, 2010, they voted on their own version of Acts 2. ACTS (Assistance, Compassion, Trust, Sharing) Too. They are making available up to $55,000 from Brewster Baptist Church's reserve funds to be used for loans up to $5,000 per person/household, in increments of $500 at 1% interest to help meet immediate needs for people who are actively involved at Brewster Baptist Church. The purpose is to help our people with mortgage or rent payments, medical bills, utilities, transportation etc. in these challenging times.


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  • Author: Rev. Gary Langness
  • Updated: 07/06/2010
  • Copyright: Gary Langness

Reflections on a legacy a man left behind.