Ministerial Posts about stewardship and giving from pastors, executive pastors, former pastors or consultants who work with pastors.

Resurrection Generosity

As believers, everything we have comes from the Lord. As believers, we are expected to be good stewards of what the Lord has given to us....

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Crafting a Theology of Stewardship, Part 4: Generosity Changes People

We are pleased to offer the fourth in our series of excerpts from Joel Mikell’s eBook, Crafting a Theology of Stewardship . . . and Why...

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Crafting a Theology of Stewardship, Part 3: Mission and Ministry Make Disciples

We are pleased to offer the third in our series of excerpts from Joel Mikell’s eBook, Crafting a Theology of Stewardship . . . and Why...

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The Giver Who Never Gives

Imagine a church full of generous and cheerful givers! That church would need to seek ways to use its income to impact the community, and,...

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Crafting a Theology of Stewardship, Part 2: Resources Follow Relationships

We are pleased to offer the second in our series of excerpts from Joel Mikell’s eBook, Crafting a Theology of Stewardship . . . and Why...

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Crafting a Theology of Stewardship, Part 1: Faith before Finances

This week, we are pleased to offer the first of a series of adapted material and excerpts from Joel Mikell’s eBook, Crafting a Theology...

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New Year, New Goals

Another year is coming soon. How can we best be ready? I have directed the stewardship and generosity ministries for the local church for...

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Caring for God’s House: A New Perspective

More than a decade ago, my wife and I were invited to interview with a church search committee in the Midwest that was looking for a new...

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Setting An Example for Stewardship

While in the Army, I noticed that one of the things soldiers always looked for was the example the commander was setting. They knew what...

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Should A Pastor Know How Much Members Give?

To know or not to know … that is the question. When I was a pastor in the 1990s, it seemed there was a fairly common understanding...

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