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Stewardship Studies:

This year’s study explores and celebrates the joy of giving. Giving is not only a spiritual gift, but an integral part of the Christian way of life.

In a world where it seems like there is never enough — enough faith, enough love, enough money, enough service — we who confess Jesus as our Lord and Savior know we already have been given enough.

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RESET is a highly interactive study that helps congregations reset and sharpen their vision of stewardship. It will test participants’ assumptions and misperceptions about giving.

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Enter into a 30-day faith-raising experience with your congregation. Together, you will grow in faith, increase in generosity and use all your gifts for the building of His kingdom!

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Stewards In All Seasons offers monthly devotions to encourage and equip faithful stewards — throughout the North American Lutheran Church.

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Other Stewardship Study Guides

Duty and Delight

Marty Haugen, in his liturgy “Now the Feast and Celebration,” begins the preface to the Holy Communion with, “It is our duty and delight that we should everywhere and always offer thanks and praise to you, O God, through Jesus Christ….”

Our Duty and Delight Stewardship Program sets forth a four-week effort designed to help our people grow spiritually. When that happens, they will also grow in their giving.

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Overflowing Generosity

It has been said that stewardship is far more about faith-raising than it is about fundraising. The primary purpose of a stewardship emphasis in our congregations is to help our members grow spiritually. As we grow spiritually, yes, we do discover the joy of giving and a serendipitous effect will be that the church will have more money with which to fulfill the mission and ministry to which Christ calls us. The key to effective stewardship, indeed to all ministry, is prayer.

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