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)
Since Jesus told us, “Be on your guard against all kinds of greed,” it might be a good idea for steward/disciples to learn just what kinds of greed there is in the world. This resource from Tithe.ly provides a good survey of Bible verses that explore the depth and dangers of greed.
Perfect for self-study or small-group exploration, this article from Crosswalk.com gives a handy overview of Scripture references about money and wealth. It draws practical guidance for a walk of faith. (Photo: John Guccione, Pexels)
The biblical view of stewardship applies to every Christian and every area of life. This eight-session Bible study offered by Evangelical Covenant Church attempts to broaden and deepen our understanding of this important topic so that we may grow as disciples.
We don’t make God richer when we tithe. Rather, it’s we who become richer because our generous giving in the name of God frees us from the negative influence that money has on our lives. This Bible study from the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod helps you explore. (Photo: Tax Credits, Creative Commons)
The biblical call to stewardship will lead us to foster quality of life. The quality of life that is measured only by material goods and economic factors is incomplete. This essay and workshop guide explores.
Bible study is a great way to help God’s people understand the true meaning and joy of Christmas. To help you plan, LifeWay is offering something for everybody — a variety of studies for people of all ages. (Photo: Pascal Volk, Creative Commons)
Among the character traits that any good disciple should exhibit, generosity ranks pretty high. Not surprisingly, the Bible has a lot to say about the benefits of developing a heart that is inclined to share, to give and to love. Check out these four short devotionals on generosity, from biblelessonstuff.com. (Photo: Alvanman, Creative Commons)
Here’s a free online course on biblical stewardship that you can really sink your teeth into. “Four Gospels” pays attention to the stewardship-of-life underpinnings of the four Gospels as it provides a scholarly overview. From Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg.