Leaders Reclaiming Biblical Stewardship
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Back to Square One

by Mike Glenn|Stewardship Defined

Stewardship is what gives meaning, direction, joy and purpose to our lives. There is no greater honor than working with God to fulfill the dreams He has for His creation.

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Being Rich

by Andy Stanley |Financial Discipleship

One step to becoming generous is realizing that you're rich. You can be rich and not know it. In fact, most rich people aren’t all that good at being rich—even those within the church.

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Unlocking Generosity

by Craig Groeschel |Stewardship Defined

Many church leaders feel tension when it comes to talking about money. But spiritual leaders have a responsibility to empower their people to embrace generosity and the biblical model of stewardship.

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Encouraging Fruitfulness From A Biblical Perspective

by Stewardship Central|Financial Discipleship

By revealing the truth of God’s Word as it relates to money and making it applicable through examples, you can propel your congregation toward fruitfulness.

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Recognize the Signs of Discontentment

by Stewardship Central|Financial Discipleship

Talking about money in church is an admittedly touchy subject. There’s one issue in particular that, if not dealt with, makes the proper handling of money almost impossible.

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Fighting the Fear

by Robert Morris|Financial Discipleship

Creating a culture of giving is about surrounding yourself and creating a leadership team of people who support the vision of your heart.

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Reclaim the Meaning of Stewardship

by Stewardship Central|Stewardship Defined

Chris Goulard, Pastor of Stewardship at Saddleback Church, would tell you there’s a movement back to true, biblical stewardship.

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Is Wealth Evil?

by Stewardship Central|Financial Discipleship

Dave recently discussed this topic on air and he covers it thoroughly in "The Legacy Journey." It’s a loaded question. Thankfully, the Bible provides direction on the answer.

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God-Sized Goals Met at Northland

by Stewardship Central|Stewardship Ministry

When Marc McMurrin, executive director of operations, found out that Momentum included a goal of putting 80% of the congregation through FPU at one time, he felt overwhelmed.

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Tackling the Money Topic

by Stewardship Central|Financial Discipleship

Money has the potential to be our greatest blessing or our greatest curse. The church is looking to you for guidance.

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A Call to Stewardship

by Stewardship Central|Stewardship Defined

Materialism is so widely accepted in our society that it can almost seem normal. It’s even considered okay to go into debt to attain a higher standard of living than you can actually afford. It’s just how our world works today.

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Ministering to the World—Unhindered

by Stewardship Central|Financial Discipleship

Being debt-free will allow us to travel and do missionary work wherever God calls us, living at minimal costs, without the burden of sending our paychecks to a lender.

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How Do You View Money?

by Stewardship Central|Financial Discipleship

While discontentment has us constantly aching for more, contentment provides the peace and strength we need to win with money. In order to walk in that peace, we must first address how we look at money.

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Creating a “More Than Enough” Culture

by Stewardship Central|Stewardship Defined

Incredible generosity can’t become a thing of the past. God still wants His people to become cheerful givers, and leaders still have a responsibility to encourage a culture of generous giving in their churches.