Christian stewardship is a vital and necessary part of every congregation’s mission and ministry. The Center for Stewardship is involved in forming healthy stewards and establishing a healthy stewardship culture in congregations. Biblical stewardship resources and stewardship events are provided to teach, train, support, and encourage leaders in examining their own lives as God’s stewards and in leading congregations in intentional and comprehensive biblical stewardship education.
Stewardship: is it just about money or is there more to it? In this nine session Bible study entitled, God’s Story, Dr. Joel Biermann explores what it means to be God’s steward. Each session contains a student handout and a leader’s guide.
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|Study 4||Student Handout||Leader’s Guide|
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|Study 7||Student Handout||Leader’s Guide|
|Study 8||Student Handout||Leader’s Guide|
|Study 9||Student Handout||Leader’s Guide|
The Center for Stewardship announces a four week stewardship sermon series titled “Money Management According to Malachi” written by Reed Lessing. This sermon series includes sermon notes, sermon texts, worship helps and PowerPoint presentations for each sermon. The series is designed to culminate in a pledging process the fourth week.
Money Management According to Malachi
The themes for the four sermons are:
- Week One: Looking in the right places makes faithful stewards. Malachi 1:6-14 (powerpoint)
- Week Two: God gets our attention so we bring him righteous offerings. Malachi 3:1-4 (powerpoint)
- Week Three: The Lord promises to calm our financial fears. Malachi 3:6-10 (powerpoint)
- Week Four: Christ’s return empowers joyful stewardship. (Pledge Weekend) Malachi 3:13-4:3 (powerpoint)
Rev. Wayne J. Knolhoff, Director
Address: 801 Seminary Place, St. Louis, MO 63105