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The Scale of Giving

The Scale of Giving

Article Type: Biblical Stewardship

By Rev. Phillip Leo, Church Communications Director

“These women were helping to support them out of their own means.”
(Luke 8:3b, NIV)

Define disciple. “That’s easy,” you say. “A disciple is a Jesus-follower.”

True enough. But what does that look like?

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Known to Give

Known to Give

Article Type: Biblical Stewardship

A figure skater finishes her routine at a competition, and fans flood the ice with stuffed animals and flower bouquets. Sometimes, so many gifts are thrown from the stands that “sweepers” help clear the ice. Who really needs that many teddy bears? What’s the point?

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A Legacy for the Kingdom - or for Canines?

A Legacy for the Kingdom - or for Canines?

Article Type: Biblical Stewardship

Remember Leona Helmsley? She’s the hotel magnate who achieved infamy as the “Queen of Mean.” By most accounts, Helmsley earned this moniker because of her winner-take-all approach to business and even her family.

But Helmsley made her biggest splash with the final settlement of her estate.

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My Wealth and My Neighbor

My Wealth and My Neighbor

Article Type: Biblical Stewardship

For many years, philanthropist and art patron Agnes Gund lived with Roy Lichtenstein’s famous painting “Masterpiece” over the mantle in her Manhattan apartment. She made news in 2017 when she sold it for $165 million to hedge fund manager Stephen Cohen.

Why part with such a valuable piece of artwork?

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More Influence Than You Know

More Influence Than You Know

Article Type: Biblical Stewardship

Did you brush your teeth? Have you eaten your veggies?

Whether it’s our children, grandchildren, nieces or nephews, we routinely prompt our loved ones to consider choices that will form their lifestyle and character for the better.

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