February’s Toolkit looks at Ash Wednesday’s “wake-up call” — reminding us that we are dust and we are mortal. It gives stewards sobering realizations. Free newsletter article and stewardship snippets. (Photo © Les Cunliffe – Fotolia.com)
Every New Year’s resolution has consequences, so why not use them to steward a better life for yourself in 2023. This month’s Toolkit explores with newsletter article and bulletin “snippets.” (Photo: Dylan Foley, Creative Commons)
December’s Stewardship Toolkit focuses on how to put the Holiness back in the Christmas holiday. Free newsletter article and RCL-based stewardship “snippets” for your Sunday bulletin. (Photo © Les Cunliffe – Fotolia.com)
What does your church budget REALLY say about your congregation? The November Stewardship Toolkit explores. A newsletter article and RCL-based bulletin snippets. NOTE: May not download on Chrome browser. (Photo © Les Cunliffe – Fotolia.com)
Inflation is putting the pressure on family budget, and perhaps nowhere more than the food budget. How can folks put food on the table without sacrificing nutrition? Today.com offers some great tips. (Photo: Jack Sparrow, Pexels)
Why are the Danes among the happiest people in the world? This month’s Stewardship Toolkit explores in a newsletter article and RCL-based snippets for your Sunday bulletin. NOTE: Download works best with a browser other than Chrome.
Your free toolkit offers an original newsletter and RCL-based Sunday bulletin snippets. Communication and education can help change your congregation’s stewardship culture. Note: The Toolkits work best in a browser other than Chrome.
You don’t have to be a Wall Street tycoon or a CEO to feel the lure and power of greed, especially in North America. In our consumer culture all of us are pray to greed’s destructive influence. This Bible study from Crosswalk.com helps you unpack it. (Photo © f9photos – Fotolia.com)
RCL Reflection for the Seventh Sunday of Easter, May 29, 2022.
Jesus calls the church, as diverse as we Christians are, to be one. That’s quite a challenge in today’s highly polarized world, but what might happen if we take the mission seriously? Focusing on deep relationship and what we have in common through Jesus would be one way to start.
Your annual fall campaign may seem a long way off, but it will be here before you know it! Time to assemble or strengthen that stewardship team. The late Terry Parsons of the Episcopal Church has some timeless advice. (Photo (c) Robert Kneschke, Fotolia.com)