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What did Jesus say?
By Rev. Andra Townshend O'Neill The fall seems to be a time that we pay particular attention to what it means to be...
Recovering gathering, offering, and dispersing
By Rev. Matthew Kieswetter Many of us are thankful for all the technologies that have helped keep us united this...
What does generous living look like these days?
Ven. Kim Van Allen A full year into this Covid-19 Pandemic daily life has changed in so many ways. We are learning...
Stewards of God’s Kingdom: Fear is acceptable, refusal is not
By Rev. Andra Townshend O'Neill For many years we had a magnificent old dutch elm tree on our front lawn, a...
How do we inspire giving, invite generosity and offer gratitude
In conversation with Susan Graham Walker: Tell stories of what generosity accomplished rather than where the money was spent
Stewardship also means letting go
By Rev. Raymond Hodgson Stewardship homilies/articles/workshops can be unpleasant experiences for the...
Responding to the challenge in an inspiring way
Huron Stewardship Committee By Rev. Andra Townshend O'Neill It has been a challenging year and so many have...
Worldly misconceptions and faithful responsibilities
By Rev. Matthew Kieswetter Relatively early on in the pandemic, a local Bible chapel lobbied the government to...
One wild and precious life: Reflections on stewardship in the pandemic
GROWING BEYOND THE DOORS By Ven. Graham Bland The meaning of Stewardship is being refreshed, for me, by the...
This is the day the Lord has made…
By Rev. Raymond Hodgson This is the day that the Lord has made. This day is the Lord’s. What will we do with… …This...
Talking about stewardship in the time of pandemic
By Ven. Kim Van Allen How do we talk about stewardship during an international pandemic? People are willingly...
Church as granary and greenhouse
By Ven. Graham Bland Part of my dismay about our Church’s preoccupation with its own demise is that sometimes it...
Stewardship and Star Wars
By Rev. Matthew Kieswetter I write this in the days following the release of the newest Star Wars movie: The Rise...
“Hollowing out”: why Church matters
By Ven. Graham Bland A lament in our Church troubles my soul … it’s about our numerical decline and loss of ground....
Stewardship of time – the liberation of Sabbath
By Rev. Raymond Hodgson You can find a lot of books, TV-shows, blogs, and YouTube videos giving advice about time...
Freely give, freely you have received
By Andra Townshend O’Neill Freely freely you have receivedFeely freely giveGo in my name and because you...
Giving with intention
By Rev. Matthew Kieswetter I have a vague childhood memory of my mom instructing me to collect and arrange some...
The foundation of good stewardship is being clear what the Church is for
By Ven. Graham Bland I am not a fan of ‘survival’ talk. Digging bunkers and hunkering down against future...
Have you ever been asked why you give?
By Andra Townshend O’Neill Is it in response to the generosity of God? That may not be the first thing that...
“Blessed be thou, Lord God of Israel…”
By Rev. Matthew Kieswetter I don’t know about you, but I find that I go through periods where a certain part of the...
The stewardship of relationships: building community as mission
By Ven. Graham Bland In Stewardship ministry, it is not sustainable simply to develop good fund-raising ideas. You...