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Being Good Stewards of Time

It has been a great privilege to serve as editor for the Center for Stewardship Leaders newsletter the

The Range of Changes

From the very beginning of the church, God’s people wrestled with money, their relationship to possessions,

An Empty Offering Plate

The word “context” comes up a lot in seminary. In today’s post, Laura Wilhelm describes

Keep it Simple

Beyond faith communities, the second most popular place for charitable giving is colleges and universities.

Giving Alone

Many assumptions accompany the way we do church. Some of these theological and cultural assumptions are

Winner-Takes-All? Gaming Church Structures

While we seek another way, the mindset of our culture is obsessed with winning and losing. Someone’s

Gratitude & Grace

There are many G-words in the English-speaking church world; God, Good, Glory, Giving. But in the work

Unwrapping the Annual Campaign

The annual stewardship appeal ripples through many congregations in the fall, but the planning should

No More Junk Mail

Stewardship ministry is about big, conceptual, theological challenges. And, it’s also be about smaller,

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