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Finding Forward

When you were growing up who invested in you? I can think of many adults -- coaches, teachers, neighbors

Phasing into Digital Giving

I have no idea how much cash is in my wallet. I spend cash, maybe, once a month. Just today, though, I

Kitchen Table Giving

Few names are more closely associated with faith-related generosity than that of the Reverend William

Stewardship in January: Celebrating Epiphany as a Season of Giving

There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens…even (and especially?)

Teaching Stewardship at a Young Age

Stewardship doesn’t magically begin at age 18, or when one begins one’s first job, or upon

Stewarding Calls

The newsletter kicks off the new year with a series of articles contemplating the leadership required

2017 in Review: Top Stewardship Posts

I’ve never been great at popularity contests, but this is one in which I’m happy to take part.

The Index Card: Personal Finance for Generous Living

I’m not sure what they teach in other countries, but I managed to get through more than twenty years

Teaching Stewardship to Children

Stewardship isn’t just for adults. Yet, in many of our congregations, we put off teaching about

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