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Faithful Living: A Biblical Ethic of Stewardship

With regard to financial stewardship, faithful living entails at least four things: 1) we acquire our money in God-pleasing ways; 2) we regard our money in God-pleasing ways; 3) we manage our money in God-pleasing ways; and, 4) we spend our money in God-pleasing ways. (Photo by WELSnet, used by Creative Commons license. Thanks!)

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Faithful Living: A Biblical Ethic of Financial Stewardship

Financial stewardship is not only a matter of faithful giving but of faithful living. In response to the gospel, we submit our lives to the rule of God, to the lordship of Christ, and to the direction of the Holy Spirit, so that we may be the people God wants us to be and have the lives God wants us to have.

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Stewardship: A way to a better life!

Thinking about stewardship as merely fund-raising misses the bigger picture, says Mark Allen Powell, in this insightful interview. “Stewardship means belonging to God, allowing God to rule our lives, putting God in charge of everything, including our time and our money.” (Photo by Rhett Maxwell, used by Creative Commons License. Thanks!)