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Thinking about Toys

Is it really good stewardship to give children all the latest and greatest toys? Click here to read about findings published in a recent study suggesting children can be better entertained with simple toys costing less than $15 and parental interaction. Don’t forget about the kitchen Tupperware cabinet, too! (Photo by Wallula Junction used under… Read more»

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One Big Hopeful Family

Second Sunday after Pentecost Lectionary Reflection
June 10, 2012
Jesus’ notion of family is a wide circle of inclusion. How is our Lord’s definition of family reflected in your community of faith? (Photo by dsearls used under Creative Commons License. Thanks!)

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Family Matters

Lectionary Reflection for Name of Jesus
January 1, 2012
Family matters both within and outside of the church. This Sunday provides an opportunity to explore our family of faith and what it means both individually and as the body of Christ gathered in a particular place and context. (Photo by Children’s Book Review used under Creative Commons License. Thanks!)

What to do with more time than money? Cultivate Relationships

‘Just Living’ Blog
Like gardens, relationships bloom when well-tended. When you have the gift of more time than money, be sure you put that time to good use cultivating valued relationships with family, friends, and community.

Superfoods

Cooking Up Some Stewardship?

Yes, being a good steward extends to the kitchen and what we eat. Check out Katie’s well-written blog. Whether you just  love to cook or struggle to put healthy meals on the table or simply want to improve your health through good nutrition, you’ll find something useful by clicking here.