Everybody knows Jesus tells us to love our neighbor as ourselves, but how can we do that if we don’t love ourselves? We have to get it right, and that means loving neither self or neighbor greater, but equally. The Toolkit explores with article and weekly snippets. (Photo © Ivelin Radkov – Fotolia.com)
New Year’s Resolutions offer a great opportunity to set new goals and start new ventures. But this year, rebrand them as stewardship resolutions. After all, Christian stewardship starts with the premise that we actually own nothing because God owns it all. (Photo: Erephas, Creative Commons)
Make this a goal or resolution for 2022: “I will be more generous.” The spiritual discipline of generosity transforms us into people who experience the life abundant. This month’s free Stewardship Toolkit explores. (Photo: Per Erik Strandberg, Creative Commons)
“It’s the thought that counts.” That’s what we SAY about gift-giving, but then we focus on the gift itself, often tearing our hair out to find the “perfect” gift for someone who already has everything they need and want. The December Toolkit explores putting real thought behind gift-giving. (Photo: Neil T, Creative Commons)
Being thankful for what you have, rather than craving what you lack, is a pathway to contentment. That’s the theme of November’s Stewardship Toolkit, with a newsletter article and RCL-based snippets for the Sunday bulletin. (Photo © Les Cunliffe – Fotolia.com)
SOLI’S Stewardship Toolkit offers a free monthly newsletter article, plus weekly RCL-based “snippets” for your Sunday bulletin. October’s toolkit focuses on how God calls us to examine our “harvest” and find sufficiency, contentment, and generosity.
Stewardship could be summed up as how we use our God-given gifts to draw closer to God and accomplish Godly purposes. And THAT’s mostly a matter of priorities. That’s the theme of September’s Toolkit, with a free newsletter article and Sunday bulletin blurbs. (Photo: AJ Cann, Creative Commons)
Busy-ness often keeps us from living with joy and peace in today’s 24/7/365 world, which is why it’s important to steward wisely our leisure time. This month’s Stewardship Toolkit explores. (Photo: Mke Prosser, Creative Commons)
The pandemic’s winding down and the summer’s winding up. It’s time to rehab and repair our relationships. June’s Stewardship Toolkit explores the issue with a newsletter article and RCL-based “stewardship snippets” for Sunday bulletins. (Photo: Per Erik Strandberg, Creative Commons)
The May edition of the Stewardship Toolkit explores the wisdom we receive from the mother and father figures in our lives, congregations, and communities. We need it now more than ever! The toolkit consists of a ready-to-use newsletter article and RCL-based Sunday bulletin snippets.