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.
In our troubled times, we could sure use more love for our neighbor. February’s edition of the Stewardship Toolkit invites stewards to focus on what Jesus called the second-greatest commandment. The theme is explored in a newsletter article, weekly RCL-based “Stewardship Snippets” and some web resources. (Photo © Les Cunliffe – Fotolia.com)
Covid-19 has left us all depleted, and that’s all the more reason to emphasize stewardship of our health in 2021. This free Toolkit has a monthly stewardship message and RCL-based snippets for the Sunday bulletins, and more. (Photo: Neil T, Creative Commons)
How many times a day can you say “thank you” to someone? That’s the theme challenge in November’s Stewardship Toolkit, a communications package offering a newsletter article, Sunday bulletin snippets and resources to explore the theme. By Rob Blezard, SOLI web editor. (Photo: Ken, Creative Commons)
Fall is the time for “Harvest Festivals,” but with so many of our siblings hurting from the Covid-19 crisis, it’s a ripe time to urge people to share their plenty with those in need. That’s the theme for October’s free Stewardship Toolkit, which includes an original newsletter article, Sunday bulletin snippets and more. (Photo: Neil […]
What’s the “common good” mean in our “me first culture”? Stewarding the Common Good is the theme of this month’s free Stewardship Toolkit from Rob Blezard, web editor for the Stewardship of Life Institute. It explores the theme in a newsletter article, Sunday bulletin snippets and links to web resources.
For clarifying our thoughts and priorities, there’s nothing like a crisis. And Covid-19 is a biggie. August’s “Stewardship Toolkit” explores how we can learn the lessons to steward our church for the future. It has a newsletter article, Sunday bulletin “snippets” and resource links. (Photo: Michael Coghlan, Creative Commons)
Like a caterpillar emerging from a cocoon to new life as a butterfly, we can help our congregations awaken from Covid-19 to a reality that is deeper, richer and more beautiful. Explore stewarding a new community in this month’s free “Stewardship Toolkit” from SOLI editor Rob Blezard. (Photo: Alias 0591, Creative Commons)
Earth Day 1970 was part of a movement that galvanized public opinion to demand action to clean up pollution. As God’s people celebrate 50 years of Earth Day, we need to harness that kind of energy to fight today’s climate crisis. From SOLI editor Rob Blezard. (Photo: Weaverbl, Creative Commons)