SOLI’s free stewardship toolkit provides an original newsletter article and RCL-based “snippets” for Sunday bulletins. October’s explores your life harvest. Note: Best downloaded on a browser other than Chrome. (Photo: Neil T, Creative Commons)
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.
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.
Summer doesn’t have to be a time for low giving. June’s free Stewardship Toolkit suggests ways to encourage your congregants to stay on-schedule with their offerings. Also, weekly RCL-based bulletin snippets. (Photo: Dylan Foley, Creative Commons)
Too many of us have homes cluttered with junk, as well as our hearts and minds cluttered with old desires, loyalties and ideas. This month’s Stewardship Toolkit suggests it’s time to simplify. (Photo © Les Cunliffe – Fotolia.com)
Keep stewardship before your congregation with the newsletter article and weekly bulletin blurbs that SOLI’s Stewardship Tookit provides. March’s kit looks at stewardship lessons from Ash Wednesday. (Photo: Dylan Foley, Creative Commons)
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)