Posts Categorized: Stewardship

What are you thankful for?

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By Dave Eitland with the Stewardship Ministry Team What are you thankful for? Stewardship is a journey grounded in gratitude, revealed in prayer, lived in faith. This definition of stewardship comes from the book called Bounty: Ten Ways to Increase Giving at Your Church by Kristine Miller and Scott McKenzie. The Stewardship Ministry Team and… Read more »

Consider legacy giving

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By Dave Eitland For we have this treasure in earthen vessels, so that the surpassing greatness of the power will be of God and not from ourselves. 2 Corinthians 4:7 At Grace, we have two ways of giving legacy gifts: · If your desire or calling is to make a gift to current ministry, then… Read more »

Thanksgiving, Trust and Transformation: the three T’s of Stewardship

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By Glenn Taibl We were talking about Stewardship and Tom O’Brien suggested it was time to replace the classic three “T’s” of Time, Talent and Treasure with categories that would be more helpful in growing stewards. His suggestion was that we would be better served by three new “Stewardship T’s” of Thanksgiving, Trust and Transformation…. Read more »

Six questions about giving

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Dave Ramsey’s three big principles are save, spend, and give. We want you to enjoy your saving and spending, but giving is really some of the most fun you can have with money. We get a lot of questions on the topic though, so let’s take a look at the most common ones.  1 )… Read more »