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  • Thats My House

    $39.99

    For so long, I thought God didn’t care about my family’s finances. Boy, was I wrong! As I read the Bible about His provision for us, there came a shift in my head-and then in my heart. I realized that He is our true provider.

    God has no limits and we need to believe in His provision for us in every area of our lives. No dream or vision is too big for Him-and you’ll never find out what He actually wants you to do with your finances until you ask Him. Then you will be amazed at how He uses it to answer your prayers… and the prayers of others!

    We have to start somewhere. It takes many little steps for us to see the fullness of what He wants for us. Your finances can be a turning point in your relationship with God. As you physically take steps to trust Him, you will see a physical manifestation of the harvest of blessings in your life.

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  • Thats My House

    $14.99

    For so long, I thought God didn’t care about my family’s finances. Boy, was I wrong! As I read the Bible about His provision for us, there came a shift in my head-and then in my heart. I realized that He is our true provider.

    God has no limits and we need to believe in His provision for us in every area of our lives. No dream or vision is too big for Him-and you’ll never find out what He actually wants you to do with your finances until you ask Him. Then you will be amazed at how He uses it to answer your prayers… and the prayers of others!

    We have to start somewhere. It takes many little steps for us to see the fullness of what He wants for us. Your finances can be a turning point in your relationship with God. As you physically take steps to trust Him, you will see a physical manifestation of the harvest of blessings in your life.

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  • Joyful Finances : You Were Made To Prosper

    $15.99

    Do you work endless hours only to feel like there just doesn’t seem to be enough money at the end of the month? Have you ever felt under attack in the area of your finances?

    There is a war raging, and if you live in North America today, you are most certainly in the middle of it. While we may not see military vehicles and armed soldiers on every corner, realize that an army is fighting against you every day.

    You’re not alone. But make no mistake about it: God designed you for prosperity and abundance.

    Join Ryan Bondy as he shares from his thirty years of experience in business and investing. Learn how he and his wife Megan embraced a fresh perspective on life, love, and relationships to enjoy lives of joyful finances that previously seemed to elude them. Joyful Finances will introduce you to concepts that are sure to expose your heart’s deepest desires. Don’t allow life to steal one more minute of joy.

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  • Kingdom Stewardship : Managing All Of Life Under God’s Rule

    $24.99

    In Kingdom Stewardship, Dr. Tony Evans inspires you to broaden your perspective of Christian stewardship. In this encouraging and challenging book, you will learn that stewardship includes how you manage all that God has given you-your time, your talents, and your treasures-to advance God’s kingdom and bring Him glory. While many stewardship books focus on managing financial resources, Tony Evans says that your finances are one small part of a much bigger calling. He teaches that God owns all things, and you are the manager of His assets. When you bring your entire life into alignment under God, you will be blessed with purpose and the abundant life that comes from living by God’s eternal principles.

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  • You Of Little Faith

    $15.99

    Provocative pastor challenges church leaders and members to give aggressively and extravagantly–beyond what they ever thought reasonable or possible–to unlock God’s blessings and strengthen their faith in a way that nothing else can.

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  • Stewardship : The Path To Victorious Living

    $14.99

    Walk step-by-step through in-depth discussions, biblical teeachings and practical examples to learn how to steward your life in every area, learn to stand on God’s Word, know God’s will for your life and take control of your circumstances and live victoriously.

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  • Jesus Economy : A Biblical View Of Poverty The Currency Of Love And A Patte

    $16.99

    You know people around the world are struggling. A homeless man holds a sign that reads, “Anything helps.” A poor child lives in a slum swarming with flies. A refugee mother is on the brink of starvation. You ask yourself, “But what can I do about such big problems?”

    You’re looking for long-term solutions. John D. Barry shares incredible, and often shocking, stories about working among the impoverished and unchurched in the U.S. and abroad. And since Barry is a Bible scholar, Jesus’ Economy is also deeply rooted in the Scriptures. It is a personal, sometimes funny, often heartbreaking account that presents a revolutionary pattern for lasting change.

    Jesus’ Economy is based on self-sacrifice. His currency is love. It’s called Jesus’ Economy because it’s about creating a spiritual and physical economy for those who need it most. Here is a thoroughly biblical and compassionate pattern for addressing issues of poverty and offering the hope of the gospel. Jesus’ Economy

    – Shows how you as an individual can best encourage renewal in your community.
    – Demonstrates how your church community or any group can alleviate poverty.
    – Presents a unified plan for creating jobs, spreading the gospel, and meeting basic needs.
    – Focuses on community development and sustainability– lasting change, globally and locally.

    Jesus’ Economy is a call to address our own spiritual poverty–as people who can too easily become distant from Christ–and it is a call to address the physical poverty all around us in a smart and sustainable way. Jesus’ teachings show that with simple, everyday choices, you can make the world a better place and create enduring change. Here’s how to live Jesus’ economy–a currency of love.

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  • Drawing On Holy Currencies (Workbook)

    $14.99

    Dreading another yawn-inducing stewardship season? Reanimate your congregation by Drawing on Holy Currencies-an altogether awesome (and fun!) new tool for exploring your gifts and purpose in the world! Created by Eric Law and his artist-nephew Dave, this interactive graphic workbook is filled with 52 weeks’ worth of creative activities and exercises to empower your year-round stewardship movement. Drawings, doodles, questions, invitations, songs, meditations, and more spirited exercises will help you explore the amazing ways you give and receive in life. Who knows-Drawing on Holy Currencies might just lead to more amazing and animated ways of living in God’s creation!

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  • How To Gain Control Of Your Finances

    $9.99

    With biblical principles and practical guidance, you will learn to live well, give well and realize true satisfaction.

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  • Practicing The Kings Economy

    $20.00

    A pastor, an urban social activist, and an economics professor and bestselling author invite God’s people to experience the joy of following Jesus more fully in how we spend, save, and give.

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  • Beyond The Offering Plate

    $26.00

    Everyone knows that stewardship is more than money and finances. Nevertheless, seldom do we give time to explore the profound concept of stewardship in its many dimensions, including stewardship of time, work, body, mind, spirit, community, technology, and more. Beyond the Offering Plate does just that.

    Written by ten engaging pastors, seminary professors, and church leaders, this unique resource offers a diverse and holistic approach to stewardship. In ten accessible chapters, readers will learn how they can faithfully and practically discuss and engage with stewardship on a regular basis. Ideal for church leaders, seminary students, and pastors, this book includes questions for reflection and applications for life together at the end of each chapter. Copeland adds a special section with biblical references and preaching themes at the end of the book.

    Featured contributors include:

    Margaret P. Aymer, Associate Professor of New Testament at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Austin, Texas
    Kathleen A. Cahalan, Professor of Theology at Saint John’s University School of Theology and Seminary in Collegeville, Minnesota
    MaryAnn McKibben Dana, author of Sabbath in the Suburbs
    David Gambrell, Associate for Worship in the Office of Theology and Worship of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
    David P. King, Karen Lake Buttrey Director of the Lake Institute on Faith and Giving and Associate Professor of Philanthropic Studies at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana
    Neal D. Presa, pastor and former moderator of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
    Ellie Roscher, Director of Youth and Story Development at Bethlehem Lutheran Church Twin Cities in Minneapolis and author of How Coffee Saved My Life
    Mary Hinkle Shore, pastor of Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd in Brevard, North Carolina
    John W. Vest, Visiting Assistant Professor of Evangelism at Union Presbyterian Seminary in Richmond, Virginia

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  • Upside Down Living Money (Student/Study Guide)

    $9.99

    Every day we face decisions that impact our wallets–and these decisions say a lot about our priorities. The way we use money can communicate power and strength, charity and selflessness. How does your use of money reflect or expand your faith? This study takes an honest look at financial choices and how we can view them through a lens of faith.
    Weary of Christian faith wrapped in a flag and trapped in your heart? Tired of faith as usual? Live out your Christian faith through the lens of Jesus. Follow values that seem so counter-cultural they appear to be upside down. Each compelling six-session Upside-Down Living Bible study helps us encounter the teachings of Jesus and wrestle with living out the kingdom here and now. The Bible isn’t a cookbook with solutions for every ethical dilemma, but it helps us raise the right questions, encounter the teachings of Jesus, and discover new ways of faithful living in the world. Ideal for Sunday school or Bible study sessions, each topical study covers a specific theme or issue, and comes with thought-provoking discussion questions and activities. Be inspired and transformed in your faith. Live upside down.

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  • Greatest Trade : How Losing It All Became Lifes Biggest Blessing

    $17.99

    Author Steve Meyers has lost more money in the futures market than most people will earn in a lifetime, but through God s direction he gets it all back and more.

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  • 12 Things Jesus Said About Money

    $9.99

    SKU (ISBN): 9781433645686ISBN10: 1433645688B And H Editorial StaffBinding: Trade PaperPublished: December 2016Publisher: B and H Publishing Group

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  • Generous Church : A Guide For Pastors

    $18.99

    Our possessions can create unbearable weight and affect our ability to serve and thrive. How do we defy gravity and find freedom? In this 4-week small group study and stewardship campaign, pastor and author Tom Berlin explores what is required to sustain a vibrant life, what we need versus what we want, and what we can do to avoid being pulled into the orbit of materialism. The Pastor Guide helps the pastor and leadership team think strategically about financial planning and giving beyond the annual campaign vision. Tom Berlin believes and teaches that the church, in order to inspire generosity in individuals, needs to be seen and understood as generous. People will embrace giving if they see the ways their gifts are used in the community and the world. Generous church… generous people. Sermon helps and fresh illustrations will be included, broken down into four segments: Think About It – How do I think through the key aspects of our church’s financial reality and plan? Communicate It – How do we tell our story so the whole congregation shares a vision who we are, what we do, and what changes we can make in the world with our people and resources. Plan It – What’s the short-term campaign plan, the annual plan, and our long-term plan for the financial and spiritual life of our congregation? – Manage It – How do we set up processes, reports, goals, and metrics to stay true to our plan?

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  • Christian Wallet : Spending Giving And Living With A Conscience

    $26.00

    “Conscientious and compassionate use of our money in a world where people spend $310 million on costumes for their pets and $5 billion on entertaining ringtones for their phones is not an easy task. The temptation to spend now and think later (or never!) is ever-present, but with good intentions and prayerful hearts, we can slow down and reflect on what we earn, how we spend it, who is affected by it, and who we can share it with.”
    -from the introduction

    Every Christian knows that we are called to love God with all our heart, mind, soul, and strength. But what about our wallet? We are asked to open it every Sunday when the offering basket comes by and are told that giving is a way of being a “good steward,” but what about spending money at a restaurant or grocery store? Best-selling author Mike Slaughter offers a comprehensive look at how Christians use their money in The Christian Wallet. Slaughter explores today’s culture of consumerism and the impact of what we buy, asking difficult questions about morality and money while acknowledging that there are no easy answers. Throughout the book, profiles of real people inspire thoughtful reflection about the true value of money and the rewards of conscious spending. Questions for individual or group study are also included with each chapter. The Christian Wallet helps Christians grapple with important questions about using money: how we spend, how we live, how we save, how we give, and what it all means.

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  • Earn Save Give Devotional Readings For Home

    $7.99

    John Wesley believed money was important as a way of expressing and living out Christian faith. To Wesley, the task was simple: earn all you can, save all you can, give all you can. In this exciting stewardship program, pastor and author James A. Harnish presents Wesley’s concepts and beliefs in plain, useful language, suitable for individuals to grapple with and groups to discuss and act upon. This little companion piece, useful for all church members as they consider their pledge, contains 20 devotions and weekly activities on the topic of commitment. Perfect for enhancing personal or group study and reflection, the devotions and activities are organized to support the program structure and contain family activities.

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  • Propel : Good Stewardship Greater Generosity

    $17.99

    Churches are hurting in multiple areas including dwindling finances and shrinking congregations. Seminaries are educating and training the future of ministry yet doing so with limited resources and declining enrollment. There’s an urgent need for resources aimed at addressing those hurts in specific ways. Tangible stewardship models resulting in greater generosity can offer financial peace and a thriving membership base, propelling ministry to new heights.

    Propel offers solutions beyond the church’s walls to reach all areas of training and resources to support and sustain vital ministry, scholarship, education, and mission. Through creating a culture of generosity, Clayton Smith outlines detailed models to increase giving through various outlets including planned giving, vision casting, and capital campaigns.

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  • Creative Giving : Understanding Planned Giving And Endowments In Church (Revised

    $15.00

    Creative Giving is a perfect book for church leaders who have no expertise in the area of planned or creative giving. It is an excellent resource for helping non-experts think about estate planning and stewardship within the mission and ministry of the church. A comprehensive guide, Creative Giving guides church leaders in understanding the transfer of wealth through planned giving. The authors equip church leaders with the tools to develop a creative giving program within the congregation.

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  • Ignite Your Generosity (Revised)

    $16.00

    We know it’s important to be generous. But it can be hard to know what healthy stewardship looks like in our families and churches. What if God has deeper and richer lessons to teach us about what it means to live generously? Ignite Your Generosity will help you see your resources of time, talents and treasures in a fresh, God-honoring way. A 21-day devotional, this book is now expanded with a four-week small group guide that is perfect for both individual and church use. Every day’s reading features an engaging story, Scripture for further study and personal reflection questions to grow in the area of stewardship. Begin your journey of pursuing generosity God’s way. Discover the joy and fulfillment that comes from a life of giving freely to his plans and purposes.

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  • Church Money Manual

    $18.99

    The Church Money Manual is the best resource available for churches seeking better ways to manage finances. Thoughtfully targeting multiple areas, the book features condensed chapters each focusing on a different subject. Subjects range from specific, detailed problems to perennially critical themes churches face in money management and stewardship.

    Some examples of condensed chapters include: A focus on donors and contributors no longer blaming the economy as a hindrance in their giving. Help addressing how to handle a donor who says they will not give unless particular areas are addressed. Outlines some of the most frequent mistakes hindering giving. How to navigate the area when there is a neighboring Christian university or college. An understanding of why pastors need giving to be good spiritual doctors just as medical professionals need diagnostics to be good physical doctors. Spotlighting what churches should be doing to help giving at the end of the year.

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  • Giving And Receiving

    $20.49

    What Rev. H. Idonije presents to us in this book is not mystical, nor scientific in the secular sense, but rather that higher wisdom and blessed science of Biblical economics from the Holy Spirit by the Word of God unto the faithful. It is the spiritual science of the stewardship of material wealth. In the pages here you will learn the application of Jesus’ words in John 6:27, “Labor not for the meat (or investment) which perishes, but for that meat which endures unto everlasting life, which the Son of man shall give unto you: for him hath God the Father sealed.”

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  • I Got This

    $15.99

    We are taught that we find freedom in Christ, and yet many Christians never experience freedom or peace in the area of finances. Unlike books that provide tools for good financial management, “I Got This” offers profound and practical insight into the freedom and flow of God’s economy. Wesley Zinn explores the principle of firstfruits, the spirits of poverty and generosity, and the importance of your heart’s posture in giving. Firmly rooted in Scripture, this book is filled with many personal vignettes that illustrate and validate the practical application of the message. “I Got This” will help you experience freedom in finances, encourage you to discover a heart of gratitude for God’s provision, and help you align yourself with God’s heart, releasing a flow of his kingdom’s resources into and through your life.

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  • 1st Childrens Study Edition (Teacher’s Guide)

    $19.99

    In First: Putting God First in Living and Giving, pastor and author Mike Slaughter conducts a four-week all-church stewardship program to help participants reassess priorities and create a culture and a lifestyle of giving with a special emphasis on missions. Sessions include: Naming Our Idols; Money, Work, and Debt; Earn-Save-Give; and Heart Giving.

    To help teachers and parents educate and model generosity for their kids, the Children’s Leader Guide contains session ideas for younger and older children, including reproducible handouts.

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  • 1st Devotional : Putting God First In Living And Giving

    $10.99

    What happens when we truly put God first in all aspects of our lives?

    In First: Putting God First in Living and Giving,pastor and author Mike Slaughter conducts a four-week all-church stewardship program to help participants reassess priorities and create a culture and a lifestyle of giving with a special emphasis on missions. To help parents educate and model generosity for their kids, First includes components for children and youth that help families explore financial decisions together. This book of devotional readings is a companion resource for program participants and is designed to draw families into closer fellowship with God as they explore financial decisions together. Includes short readings, Scripture, prayer, and stories.

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  • Committed To Christ Adult Readings And Study Book (Student/Study Guide)

    $13.99

    Six weeks of small-group study with readings to be used with sermon and worship activities found in the church-wide program.

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  • Kingdom Calling : Vocational Stewardship For The Common Good

    $27.00

    Amy Sherman unpacks Proverbs 11:10–“When the righteous prosper, the city rejoices”–to develop a theology and program of vocational stewardship. Here is practical help for churches, ministries and other faith communities to navigate the complex process of following Jesus in those places where we happen to prosper.

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  • Spirituality Of Fundraising

    $9.99

    Have you ever raised funds for your church, another organization, or a mission trip? Maybe you felt uncomfortable about asking people to donate money. It’s time to change the way you view this important task.

    “Fundraising is, first and foremost, a ministry,” renowned author and teacher Henri Nouwen writes in the introduction. “It’s a way of announcing our vision and inviting other people into our mission.”

    Nouwen approaches fundraising from a position of strength rather than weakness, seeing it as spiritual work. “Fundraising is precisely the opposite of begging,” he points out.

    Unlike most business/leadership books, A Spirituality of Fundraising is brief and can easily be read in one sitting. Sections of this booklet include

    *Fundraising as Ministry
    *Helping the Kingdom Come About
    *Our Security Base
    *People Who Are Rich
    *Asking
    *A New Communion
    *Prayer and Gratitude
    *Your Kingdom Come
    Nouwen’s insights will shift your thinking about fundraising. You’ll never feel as though you are begging for money but instead view your work as true ministry. A must read for leaders in churches, nonprofits, ministries, and businesses!

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  • Maximize (Reprinted)

    $16.00

    Maximize is the ultimate how-to book for pastors and church leaders who long for their churches to be fully resourced to carry out ministry initiatives without financial strain. Pastor Nelson Searcy provides an innovative, step-by-step plan for turning first-time givers into extravagant stewards of God’s resources. Shining a light on the often taboo subject of money, Maximize will explore what causes someone to give for the first time and what leaders can do to systemize and maximize these gifts while growing strong disciples.

    Readers will learn how to:
    cultivate first-time givers
    motivate people to tithe
    develop an ongoing stewardship system
    follow up with givers the right way
    develop multiple giving options
    shepherd the five types of givers in the church
    educate people to grow in the grace of giving

    Stewardship is an essential part of discipleship. This revolutionary yet biblically based guide will chase the money discussion out of the darkness and bring it the attention it deserves. Every pastor needs a copy of Maximize!

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  • Tithes And Offerings

    $14.99

    In the book of 1 Chronicles is a story about a King named Solomon. King Solomon burnt 1,000 offerings to God. It was such a big offering that it moved God. He was moved so much he himself came to visit Solomon. Imagine how awesome it would be to have God himself come visit us because we did something to touch his heart. How much more awesome would it be to hear him say to us, ask anything of me. When we give to the Kingdom of God, the windows of heaven will open. For Solomon, God himself came to him, he didn’t send a messenger. God loves a cheerful giver and he gave Solomon the opportunity of a lifetime. Don’t tithe to be blessed. Tithe because you’re already blessed! w w w . t i t h e s a n d o f f e r i n g . c o m Israel carried God’s presence in the ark. We carry His presence in our hearts.

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  • 52 Offering Prayers And Scriptures

    $9.99

    This powerful book on giving is the fruit of Pastor Frank Damazio’s three decades of ministry in leading churches in the area of finances and giving. Included are 52 sets of scriptures and prayers to assist pastors and leaders in guiding their congregations in faithful giving.

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  • Spiritual Thoughts On Material Things

    $23.99

    There has been a philosophy dating back centuries that teaches that all things material are evil and all things spiritual are good. According to this thinking, if you really want to be spiritual, you will divest yourself of all your material possession, take a vow of poverty, and separate yourself as much as is humanly possible from the evil, material world. Most pastors avoid teaching a proper perspective on material possessions because they themselves are often not sure exactly what they believe about wealth. Hence, the silence on this subject in churches is almost deafening. I have written this book to break the silence. I speak plainly about your material things and challenge you to think spiritually about them. This book is not intended to only change the way you think, but more importantly, to change the way you live. May this book provide you new spiritual thoughts on your same old material things.

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  • Transforming Stewardship

    $25.95

    At once a “travel guide” and a vision for the future, this series is good news for the Episcopal Church at a time of fast and furious demographic and social change. It analyzes the present plight of the church and sketches a positive way forward, sprouting from the seeds of change-those transformative practices already at work renewing the church. What church models can help point us toward transformation? What are the essential tools? What will give us strength, direction, and purpose to the journey?

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  • Understanding Financial Stewardship (Student/Study Guide)

    $14.99

    The Life Principles Study Guides are perfect companions to Dr. Stanley’s Life Principles Bible or for use on their own. They are a unique approach to Bible study, incorporating biblical truth, personal insights, emotional responses, and a call to action. Each study guide contains 10 Bible study lessons consisting of in-depth commentary by Dr. Charles Stanley, pertinent Scripture passages on the topic, and thought-provoking questions to facilitate group study. It will help you get in touch with the Bible, God, and yourself.

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  • Stewardship Companion : Lectionary Resources For Preaching

    $35.00

    With deep pastoral sensitivity and solid biblical knowledge, Mosser draws one passage from each week in the three-year lectionary cycle to provide a brief reflection on how that passage can be used to teach and preach about stewardship.

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  • Fear Of Beggars A Print On Demand Title

    $26.99

    In the twenty-first century, the gap between the haves and have-nots is lengthening once again, and to American eyes, poverty is no longer limited to third-world countries. Yet often modern Christian thought on property is premised on the exclusion of the beggar from economic morality. Kelly Johnson asks the important question Why does Christian ethics so rarely tackle the question of whether to give to beggars? Examining both classical economics and Christian stewardship ethics as reaction to medieval mendicant debates, Johnson reveals both modern anxiety about dependence and humility and the importance of Christian attempts to re-imagine property relations in ways that integrate those qualities. Studying the rhetoric and thought of Christian thinkers, beggar saints, economists and others, Johnson places greatest emphasis on the life and work of Peter Maurin. Challenging and thought-provoking, The Fear of Beggars will expand what counts as a topic for Christian economic ethics into a richer, more complicated discussion.

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  • Stewardship Services

    $14.99

    Themes Include:
    Make A Difference Be The Body Of Christ
    Counting The Cost Means Quality Not Quantity
    Why God Doesn’t Want Your Money
    Hold Nothing Back
    Who Do You Really Want To Be
    Putting Your Money Where Your Mouth Is
    But It’s Not What I Signed Up For
    Give Me More Than Possessions
    Getting What We Pay For Or Not
    Joy Fully Serving
    Be Empowered And Gifted

    Additional Info
    Biblically based materials for 24 services, each of which includes suggested liturgies, prayers, Scripture passages, and sermon briefs. Helps pastors preach with sensitivity to address the spiritual needs of the congregation.

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  • Treasures For The Transformed Life

    $20.99

    Transformational Spiritual Development
    The book, Treasures of the Transformed Life offers an appealing theme for your members – Satisfying Your Soul’s Thirst for More. It offers your congregation the broad benefits of deepening well-rounded spiritual growth. Their newly enhanced connection to God and to each other will help them to view everything with a new perspective. As a result, all areas of their Prayers, Presence, Gifts, and Service can be improved.

    These 40 days of daily readings embrace:

    Desiring a Better Life
    Experiencing Meaningful Prayer
    Building the Church as a Team
    Finding New Ways to Serve
    Unleashing Generous Giving
    Living the Transformed Life
    40 DAYS OF TRANSFORMATION
    A Spiritual Growth Resource for Christians and Congregations
    Whether it is used for personal study, a class lesson plan, or in a congregation-wide 40-day reading program, this book aids ongoing transformation by building –

    MORE
    More Strength
    More Participation
    More Ownership
    More Service
    More Teamwork
    More Commitment
    More Gratitude
    More Generosity

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  • Money Matters Participants Guide (Student/Study Guide)

    $17.99

    The Celebration Of Creation
    The Freedom Of Simplicity
    The Life Of Generosity
    The Trust Of Rightful Ownership
    The Joy Of Faithful Stewardship
    The Faith In Promised Provision
    The Commitment To Ultimate Sacrifice

    Additional Info
    A complete stewardship study to help congregations discover the art of generosity.

    Proven principles of financial management found in the Bible, such as debt-free living, simplicity, planning, and generosity. Ideal for use as a self-study guide toward personal Bible-centered financial freedom, or as a small-group participant’s guide.

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  • Ask Thank Tell

    $19.00

    Designed especially for use in congregational planning and study.

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  • Are You Robbing God

    $15.49

    Tithing is a very touchy subject among Christians. Many people are upset when they hear a sermon on the subject because they feel that the church is always asking for money. The simple truth is: Many Christians are robbing God! Robbery is one of the worst sins in the world. Malachi 3 says that a man can be guilty of robbing God! It is true that one can rob God of time, of service, of worship, and of ability used for the glory of God. The Word of God tells us tithing is such a serious matter with the Lord that He calls those who do not tithe “robbers” and pronounces a curse upon them. Christians who have put their faith in Christ and accepted God’s free gift of everlasting life understand that God has given His very best in offering Jesus as a sacrifice for our sins. God gave His very best to us, but do we give our very best to Him? Are YOU robbing God?

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  • Cash Values

    $17.50

    Few would doubt the central role of money today. Money is the hub around which much of the modern world turns, particularly in those places impacted by capitalism. Given that Scripture frequently addresses the use and abuse of money, and notable figures in church tradition have also done so, it’s clear that the role of money in contemporary society is a subject that deserves serious Christian reflection. Enter Craig Gay. In this new book Gay incisively discusses the huge impact of money on personal and social life. Considering the insights of a number of classical and contemporary social theorists, Gay shows the duplicity of a monetary ethos: capitalism is without question the most productive economic system ever devised, yet the market system also fosters a subtle nihilism that tends to empty the world of substance and meaning. Gay’s analysis encourages readers to rediscover meanings and values that transcend “cash values”–higher values that can free us from the market economy’s grip on our culture.

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  • Mrs Johnsons Rummage Sale

    $12.95

    Cultivating good stewardship is vital for strengthening Christian discipleship — but helping congregations focus on what that really means can be difficult because many people treat “stewardship” as nothing more than a pitch for money. Mrs. Johnson’s Rummage Sale is just the fresh and attention-getting resource you need to stimulate discussion and broaden understanding of this important topic. It’s a flexible collection of seven brief dramatic sketches, each highlighting a different aspect of stewardship, that will move audiences to consider stewardship from a variety of angles. With minimal stage directions and props, the scenes can easily be performed in a few minutes as part of a worship service, or as part of a congregational meeting, dinner, or other program. Sprinkled with a light touch of humor, Mrs. Johnson’s Rummage Sale provides you with a different, more accessible method for discussing what good stewardship means… and it’s an excellent supplement to other stewardship programs.

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  • What Tithing Is Not What Nation Is He Speaking To

    $16.49

    The entire message of this book, What Tithing Is Not, is intended as an exposition. It sets out the scriptural doctrine on the truth about tithes and offerings not being about money. This book reveals the complete truth from God’s infallible Word of why God foreordained a system of tithes and offerings. By reading this book you will discover: Tithes and offerings are not about money (Malachi 3:8) Offerings, not tithes, were a tenth Who God called to receive tithes (Isaiah 40:8; Matthew 24:35) Where tithes and offerings came from and what they were used for What nation gave God their tithes and offerings Why they stopped paying tithes and offerings Who God said robbed Him Gentiles were never under the Law for tithing How often tithes were paid-not weekly (Isaiah 40:8) Tithes and offerings are holy Malachi 3:8 was not written for this nation Tithes are under the Law, and Christ ended the Law This truth has been hidden and suppressed in darkness and deprived of mental and spiritual light. Now if you buy this book, you will be blessed.

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  • Money And The Kingdom Of God

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    Conventional wisdom would tell us that money and religion are mutually exclusive entities. It’s easy to understand why: there’s the popular maxim about money being the “root of all evil”, as well as Jesus’ admonitions about our inability to serve both God and Mammon or how difficult it is for a rich man to enter heaven. But Maurice Fetty disagrees – he notes that in Jesus’ view, money and the kingdom of God are intertwined. In these pages, Fetty stresses the importance of our being good stewards of God’s creation, and he points out that what we do with our money is indelibly linked with faithful living. When rightly done, Fetty concludes, the rich can be righteous, and the righteous can be rich. This book is excellent for spiritual growth reading or as a source for stewardship sermons.

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  • Biblical Economics Manifesto

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    This book will help to clear up the many misunderstandings of basic economics. With this book you can learn about the economy and how it actually works. The authors will show you how the best understanding of economics conforms with what the Bible teaches about economics.

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  • Price Of Faith

    $18.00

    Although stewardship itself is a word often heard in the church, money is rarely discussed in terms of the ethical decisions and daily lifestyle choices we make. The Price of Faith presents a holistic definition of stewardship and examines what money and wealth mean for us in our participation in the life of the church and in our personal expressions of faith. This book includes ten session plans that will help move adults to a new understanding of stewardship.

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  • Proven Resources For Stewardship Promotion

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    It’s no secret that because stewardship is often viewed as little more than a euphemism for discussing money and budget matters, it’s an uncomfortable topic for many in the ministry. But Allan Weenink makes no apology for his zealous approach to stewardship — he believes that the spiritual dimension is just as important as the financial, and that cultivating the grace of generosity is vital for Christian ministry. Drawn from countless workshops and seminars conducted during Weenink’s years as a stewardship consultant, this book provides a wealth of proven “hands-on” material that will help you develop an effective stewardship model. It’s a practical ministry resource that will yield bountiful dividends!

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  • Big Book Of Presbyterian Stewardship

    $36.00

    The Big Book of Presbyterian Stewardship deals in practical, clear, easy-to-understand manner with the full extent of financial issues that face a church. With a comprehensive scope, this book offers a fresh perspective and fun ideas for people who may not have and financial background or experience.

    Each chapter suggests a creative way to handle a significant money or stewardship matter in the life of a local congregation, such as “Giving Styles in the Church,” “Annual Giving,” “Capital Campaigns,” “Endowment Funds,” and “Long-Range Planning.” Most chapters feature questions for discussion that make The Big Book of Presbyterian Stewardship useful for study by stewardship committees or as a planning guide for stewardship campaigns. The final section, called “The Toolbox,” is a helpful collection of inventories, charts, sample plans, and other practical resources.

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  • Giving : Unlocking The Heart Of Good Stewardship

    $14.99

    The Pursuing Spiritual Transformation series focuses on personal transformation. After the introductory guide, entitled Living in Jesus’ Name, each of the remaining guides in the series covers one of Willow Creek’s five : “G’s”: Grace, Growth, Groups, Gifts, and Giving. This series is a part of the core curricula in Willow Creek and many WCA churches.

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