Lian Chang cc

Stewardship Lessons from the Passion Story

Sunday of the Passion (Palm Sunday), Year B
March 29, 2015
So just what does stewardship have to do with Holy Week and the Passion story? Actually, quite a lot. Holy Week provides an excellent chunk of time to be intentional about the stewardship of time, resources, and relationship. (Photo: Lian Chang, Creative Commons)

Michael Gil CC

Language of the Heart

Lectionary Reflection for the Fifth Sunday in Lent, Year B March 22, 2015 But this is the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel after those days, says the Lord: I will put my law within them, and I will write it on their hearts; and I will be their God, and… Read more»

Michael Coghlan, used by Creative Commons License

Go Green! Getting Started in Your Church

Greening your church provides a wonderful opportunity to make qualitative shifts in your church life. You can adopt practices that save money; explore new perspectives on faith, worship and spirituality that will renew and energize your members; engage Christian education students of all ages; and involve new people in your ministry! (Photo by Michael Coghlan, used by Creative Commons License)

Pawel Pachewalcc

The Most Ignored Commandment

Author Nancy Sleeth, who along with her husband founded the non-profit organization Blessed Earth, invites all of us to reconsider how we are (or are not) keeping Sabbath. For Sleeth’s family, keeping Sabbath has been a true blessing. (Photo: Pawel Pacholec, Creative Commons)

  • Subscribe

  • About Us

    The Stewardship of Life Institute, founded in 1994, is located in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Read more...
  • Browse the Archive

    Photo by Steven dePolo, used by Creative Commons license.

    SOLI Grants for Stewardship Education

    Got a creative idea for stewardship eduction? The Stewardship of Life Institute is offering grants to help fund projects to advance stewardship in the ELCA. Applications are submitted online and due on March 15 for the next funding round. See details inside! (Photo by Steven dePolo, used by Creative Commons license.)


    The Weekly Joke

    Every week we dish out a fresh scoop of humor. Who says stewardship is no fun?

    Click here to go to the joke  page

    the love of gardening

    Free Ebook: A Theology for Christian Stewardship

    T.A. Kantonen’s classic book “A Theology for Christian Stewardship” is still considered one of the best explorations of the topic and a go-to resource. Download a free PDF copy, posted on LC-MS’ FaithAflame website.

    Photo © Katerha, used by Creative Commons license


    Four Gospels, One Way to Live

    Here’s a free online course on biblical stewardship that you can really sink your teeth into. “Four Gospels” pays attention to the stewardship-of-life underpinnings of the four Gospels as it provides a scholarly overview. From Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg.