Adam Copeland Author

Adam is a professor/student, writer, God considerer, tech enjoyer and social critic. He lives in Minneapolis, where he teaches at Luther Seminary in St. Paul and directs the Center for Stewardship Leaders. In his spare time, he’s pursuing a Ph.D. in rhetoric, writing and culture at North Dakota State University, where his dissertation will analyze how congregations and non-profits use crowdfunding. He has been happily married to Megan, a pediatric physician both brilliant and beautiful, for nine years.

Connecting Advent and Stewardship

For the first time in several years, I made it back to my alma mater, St. Olaf College, to attend their annual Christmas Festival. For the...

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Your Congregation Craves the Convenience of Electronic Giving

Electronic giving is no fad; according to a new study, it is the preferred method of giving for a majority of church members. In other...

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A Holistic Look at Stewardship: Why Money Isn’t the Only Thing We Steward

I often find myself speaking about financial stewardship in churches, synod leadership events, and other faith-related gatherings. In these...

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How Pastors Can Help Make Stewardship Corporate Again

American culture is intensely individualistic. Given this context, it’s no surprise that a lot of talk about money and stewardship is...

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What is Generosity?

In a class exercise, David King asked us to stop and consider the generous people we’ve encountered in our lives. When we did so,...

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