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Hymns of Stewardship Lesson One: First Commandment

Life is best when we follow the first commandment: "You are to have no other gods before me."  

The Potter’s Wheel

A Bible study on Jeremiah 18:1-6

The Potter's Wheel

"The word that came to Jeremiah from the LORD: 'Come,

On Giving More Than You Can Afford

Mark 12 -  The Widow's Mite

Most of us, even the most faithful stewards, build our giving around

Are You a Tipper?

The following article by Pastor Steve McKinley compares the difference between "tipping" and "giving."

Jesus Sat and Watched the Crowd

This hymn is especially appropriate for use with Mark 12:41-44 and Luke 21:1-4, the story of the Widow's

The Stewardship of Church Music Session 3 - Broken to the Sacraments

"This is a point at which the musician faces one of the church's most acute temptations, namely, to think

The Stewardship of Church Music:Session 2 - Broken to the Word

What the church does at worship is not fundamentally about music.  Music may figure quite heavily

The Stewardship of Church Music Session 1 - General Considerations

"Stewards have the responsibility for a gift entrusted to their care.  So it is with the church musician.

The Earth is the Lord's

This hymn, set to the familiar tune of ST. DENIO ("Immortal, Invisible"), speaks of God's ownership of

Stewardship 101 ebook cover

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