Stewardship 2018 ~ Details Coming Soon!

 

Be a good steward … share your time, talent, and treasure. 

“Like good stewards of the manifold grace of God, serve one another with whatever gift each of you has received.”
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What is a Steward?

In the Christian sense, a steward is the manager of the affairs of God on earth.  God has made each of us a steward and given us abilities and talents that are unique.  We should use these abilities and talent to serve God in how we respect and care for ourselves, each other and the world.

A Christian steward serves God out of love and gratitude for these gifts.  We share our time, talents and property, knowing that it’s not how much we have but what we do with what we have that is important.

Stewardship of Time – whatever time we have is a gift from God and we must use wisely in every activity.  We must budget our time so that we are able to help fulfill God’s plan

Stewardship of Talents – God gives all people potential talents – each of us can share in God’s plan in our own way

Stewardship of Relationships – Our relationships with others are a gift from God:  at home, at work and in Church

Stewardship of the Gospel – As Christian stewards, we are called to receive the Gospel, to share the Gospel and to reflect the Gospel in our everyday lives

Stewardship of Property – we know that whatever we have is a gift from God.  In appreciation, we choose to share a financial portion of these gifts

We are called to give generously and regularly of time, talents and our possessions.

 

“Stewardship is Not Just About Giving Money … It’s About Giving Everything”