The Easy Part of Generosity

The Easy Part of Generosity

Spirituality can mean a lot of things – becoming intimate with the sacred, welcoming the holy into our lives, or coming closer to Jesus. It is always a process of growth. But here’s the thing, and it will likely surprise you: The easiest place in our lives for...
Zacchaeus’ Financial Decision

Zacchaeus’ Financial Decision

Remember the story of Zacchaeus? Of course you do, and you remember the song that goes with it too. Our church has been going through a series on evangelism, and recently the message was on this story. So to paraphrase, Zacchaeus was a tax collector, and like many...
Dedicating Gifts

Dedicating Gifts

Trying to keep stewardship “alive” within a congregation throughout the year is a challenge unto itself!  Our parishioners have, quite often, grown to expect the annual campaign for the church operating budget with less than stellar delight. Prior to beginning this...
I Have to Write this Blog

I Have to Write this Blog

I have to write a blog for the Horizons Stewardship Newsletter, and it’s due tomorrow morning. There is an organization in Cincinnati called Lighthouse Youth Services. One of their programs deals with young adults who have “aged out” of the State’s Foster Care system....

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