When many church members hear the word “stewardship,” one idea pops into their minds: capital campaigns. They can’t help it. That’s how stewardship has been defined in churches for years.
Executive-level church pastors will be excited to hear some of the world’s top church leaders share their inspirational wisdom and bold advice.
I’ve learned some important money lessons in my life, but the most important thing I’ve learned is that biblical stewardship makes a huge difference in the pews and in the pulpit.
To be good stewards, we’ve got to shift our perspective and right-size our leadership to better meet their needs.
One of the most important things we can do as Christian leaders is to maximize the resources entrusted to our care. We know that if we are faithful with a little, God will trust us with more.Read article by Craig Groeschel
When families get intentional in how they handle God’s resources, it changes how they save and give. It strengthens marriages and empowers parenting. It fuels passionate worship. Simply put, stewardship changes your whole life!Read article by Dave Ramsey
Nothing tests the mettle of a Christ follower more than how he or she manages God’s resources.
True beliefs echo the loudest through the massive megaphone of daily Stewardship.Read article by Chris Brown
People must be equipped to walk out what they’ve been taught in regards to giving. Preaching the what and the why motivates them and creates a desire—teaching them how moves that desire into action.Read article by Robert Morris