With advertisers doing their best to convince our kids that they “have to have” the latest Christmas toy, it’s tough for parents to teach about wants vs. needs. But Momlifetoday.com has some ideas. (Photo: Neeta Lind, Creative Commons)
Giving is not part of teen age culture — or their families, if statistics are reliable. How can we break through and teach giving? A school teacher who is a stewardship leader in his church suggests three ways. (Photo: Creative Commons)
November is the month of thanksgiving, so take a deep dive into what the Apostle Paul says about gratitude and the Christian life. Paul describes it as a core element of faith. From Crosswalk.com. (Photo: Vistamommy, Creative Commons)
Want to know more about congregational stewardship? Check out the Episcopal Diocese of Arizona’s ‘Stewardship University,” a nice assortment of resources and links on a variety of topics.
The Bible talks about extensively about generosity, so it’s important that we help our children understand generosity as we pass the faith along to them. This report from Tith.ly suggests how parents and church leaders can team up.
Every church leader would love to develop a church with a culture of robust, faithful generosity. Question is, how? The Episcopal Diocese of West Texas has some key insights!
Modern life convinces us that there aren’t enough hours in a day, but we often fritter away time on trivial matters, wasting God’s precious gift of time. St. John Institute offers some biblical strategies to using time faithfully. (Photo: Mat Brown, Pexels.com)
Generosity seems to fall to the wayside once the holiday seasons are over. So, how can you be more generous in your daily life? Some practical steps and insights come from a surprising source — Web MD — but they certainly fit well into a life of faith, study and learning. (Photo: Timur Weber, via […]
This four-lesson set boasts exploring “40 Principles for Life Management” to provide holistic stewardship learning for adults. This 23-page curriculum includes teacher and student guides. From the Alabama Baptist Convention. (Photo: Pexels.com)
Jesus’ teaching in Matthew 6:24-34 about the birds of the air and the lilies of the field is the basis for this Bible study that looks at the corrosive influence of wealth on our lives. Good for group study or your personal reflection. Insight from the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. (Photo: publicdomainpictures.net)