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What Is Stewardship?

Illuminating Stewardship in Today’s Culture

Stewardship is an act of practical theology. Accordingly, context matters deeply. In today’s post,

9 Ways to Enrich Stewardship for 2019

Huge thanks to everyone who worked to enrich the newsletter in 2018, including both those who wrote

Compost Bin Stewardship

I love a good metaphor, and today’s post by James Dontje really delivers. Metaphors, when they work

What are We 'Offering' at the Offering? Part 2

In the stewardship course I teach, one assignment invites students to “design from scratch”

What are We ‘Offering’ at the Offering? Part 1

For many of us, the tradition of collecting the offering in baskets is deeply etched in our early worship

Simplifying Stewardship - Part Two

Last week, Becca Ehrlich introduced the concept of minimalism, noting its connection to Christian values.

Simplifying Stewardship - Part One

Summer is often a time for moving. I remember my first moving truck -- it was the smallest the company

Moving from “Ugh” to “Ahh!”

Sometimes I like to play a word association game with church groups. It all goes fine until I get to the

Everyday Stewardship: Connecting Faith and Money

When did you first experience the transformative possibilities of stewardship? Some of us can claim a

Stewardship 101 ebook cover

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