Search ResultsStewardship Sunday A sermon starter and commentary on Luke 16:1-13, for observing a Stewardship Sunday focused on finances and tithing. Stewardship Sunday: Commentary on 1 Peter 4:8-11 This sermon starter for Stewardship Sunday focuses on caring for our relationship. It include textual analysis, sermon title suggestions, sermon outline, illustrations, and other suggestions for preaching. Stewardship Refund In this sermon starter for Exodus 35, Nathan Aaseng suggest a sermon on stewardship, saying that giving comes when your heart is stirred, when you recognize that God is working in you to do something dynamic. Stewardship of Tithes and Talents: Music and Worship Resources Nolan Williams, Jr. offers a litany and music suggestions for planning a service focused on stewardship. Learning About God and Stewardship Carolyn Brown's children's sermon notes draw on Exodus 33:12-23, Isaiah 45:1-7, Psalm 96:1-13, 99, 1 Thessalonians 1:1-10, and Matthew 22:15-22 discuss God's holiness, God, God's nature and attributes, God's agenda, God's greatness, imitating Jesus and stewardship. Stewardship of Creation: An Interview with Noah Screenwriter, Ari Handel This article features an interview with Ari Handel, a co-screenwriter for the movie "Noah". The interview highlights important themes from the movie such as stewardship, creation, evolution, sin, mercy, and judgment. Devotion, Repentance, Stewardship and Perseverance These four sermons by Edward Lee Looney on Wisdom of Solomon 9:13-18, Luke 15:1-32, 16:1-13 and 1 Timothy 6:11-16 respectively discuss prayer and devotion, repentance, financial stewardship, the goal of eternal life. Stewardship of Creation - Study Guide This adult study guide by Robert Kruschwitz is on Creation, the role of humanity and social justice. It includes prayers, reflections, study questions, artwork and hymns based on Genesis 1-2:4 and Psalm 8. Exploring Stewardship with the Saints: Sarah Crosby – The Way of Necessity Sarah McGiverin observes that stewardship involves planning for regular giving of our resources to the church, but sometimes it means responding to surprising opportunities to give. Stewardship (Volunteerism and Tithing Your Time): Commentary on Isaiah 6:1-8 Cheryl Kirk-Duggan explores Isaiah 6:1-8 as a call to the stewardship of our time and talents, and as an invitation to volunteer ourselves in the service of others.This resource contains biblical commentary and preaching notes. Exploring Stewardship with the Saints: Francis of Assisi—The Way of Poverty In addition to inspiring people to consider how they earn and spend their resources, a stewardship sermon can inspire preachers to reexamine their church’s ministries, and empower them to speak prophetically as their spiritual leader. Stewardship Describing the need of Christians to be faithful stewards of their time, influence, and material property, this audio sermon by George W. Truett on 1 Corinthians 4:2 discusses how all Christians should tithe to Christ's cause. Full Text Hymns on Stewardship We give Thee but Thine ownPD
Come, Thou Fount of Every BlessingPD
See more hymns... Stewardship Issues It is a comfort to remember that in 2 Corinthians 8:7-15 Paul too had stewardship issues in his churches. It’s not a new phenomenon. The stewardship sermon is as old as the church itself. Stewardship In addition to our finances, we can give of our time as Larry L. Enis reminds us in his commentary on Ephesians 2:10. He includes his context, biblical exegesis, illustrations, and much more on the text. Rethinking Stewardship In this sermon starter on the Widow's Coin, David Lose wrestles with whether stewardship means giving of our resources as we are able, taking care of those in our community...or both. Preaching Stewardship: Confessions of a Convert David Lose reflects on his journey from being reluctant to preach about stewardship of money, to being enthusiastic about it. He shares his discoveries of what helps, including that "people want to talk about this stuff!" First Rule of Stewardship Planning? Have Fun Carol Howard Merritt shares innovative strategies to get a congregation genuinely excited about stewardship, including (especially) throwing a party, setting tangible goals, de-emphasizing anxiety, and celebrating all levels of giving. How to Lead Stewardship without Over (or Under) Functioning This blog entry provides wisdom and advice to pastors as they approach the topic of stewardship with their church, suggesting ways that they can fulfill their responsibilities without doing too little or too much. Three I's of Stewardship This article provides a model for teaching about stewardship. Questions framed around "information, inspiration, and invitation" help to guide leaders and congregations toward self-aware and generous giving. Exploring Stewardship with the Saints: A Sermon Series How do you preach in a way that will encourage stewardship, perhaps even support a seasonal stewardship campaign, without driving the congregation to warily withdraw?