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Seeds of Generosity

The assumption goes that congregation members can support the salaries of their leaders. But that’s

Pounding on the Pulpit

What if people were inspired by love at the thought of stewardship, instead of sighing with exasperation?

Capital Success

One of the assignments I give students in our Money & the Mission of the Church class invites them

"Tithed & Tired" vs "Storied & Inspired"

For many Christians, the word “stewardship” seems like a gilded demand for “tithing,”

Strategic Giving for Retirees

I’ve always found it fascinating that the season of Lent includes “tax season” as well.

Millenials! Am I right?

A healthy stewardship approach is taught by example, recognition, and constructive feedback - not shame

Engaging Millennials & More Cashless Giving

The rate of change for many of our congregations doesn’t quite keep up with shifts in the broader

Cultivating & Letting Go This Lent

There are many ways to minster. This week, we hear from the Reverend Lisle Gwynn Garrity, who uses art

When Enough is Enough

No greater theme has led stewardship talk in the past generation than that of “abundance vs. scarcity.”

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