Author: Center for Stewardship Leaders

Keep it Simple

Keep it Simple

Beyond faith communities, the second most popular place for charitable giving is colleges and universities. Given that fact, this week
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Giving Alone

Giving Alone

Many assumptions accompany the way we do church. Some of these theological and cultural assumptions are helpful to tie us
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Raising Stewards

Raising Stewards

Include stewardship as part of the "must-learns" for young people in your congregation.
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Winner-Takes-All? Gaming Church Structures

Winner-Takes-All? Gaming Church Structures

While we seek another way, the mindset of our culture is obsessed with winning and losing. Someone’s going to end
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Gratitude & Grace

Gratitude & Grace

There are many G-words in the English-speaking church world; God, Good, Glory, Giving. But in the work of stewardship and
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Unwrapping the Annual Campaign

Unwrapping the Annual Campaign

The annual stewardship appeal ripples through many congregations in the fall, but the planning should begin much earlier. In today’s
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No More Junk Mail

No More Junk Mail

Stewardship ministry is about big, conceptual, theological challenges. And, it’s also be about smaller, tactical, practical choices. In today’s newsletter
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Together For Good

Together For Good

As we tumble into the Easter season, we remember stories about how the disciples first banded together to relish and
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