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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View from the Balcony

There are several views that I enjoy in my life. One is of the mountains in Wyoming. Another is my Sudoku game over the kitchen table at...

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How to Inspire Outrageous Generosity by Simply Saying “Thank You”

The number of church leaders I engage with who have no process for saying “thank you” to those who contribute to and support local...

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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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What’s Your Legacy Going to Be?

Make all you can, save all you can, and give all you can! – John Wesley In recent years, our church members have been asking, “What do...

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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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17 Ways to Boost Stewardship in 2017

The New Year is here. Whatever challenges you lamented or victories you celebrated in 2016, you’re beginning again. And that’s...

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Joy to the World

And the angel said to them, “Fear not, for behold, I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. For unto you is...

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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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C.S. Lewis and a Vision of Abundance

He was a huge man in a bright red robe (bright as holly berries) with a hood that had fur inside it and a great white beard that fell like...

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