Posts Tagged ‘Care’

The Artistry of a Steward Leader By Andrea Leigh Capuyan

What does artistry have do to with steward leadership? As leaders, there is artistry we bring to stewarding others well. Stewarding requires precision, imagination, and dedication. Two-dimensional models or rigid formulas do not capture the flexibility and creativity needed by a good steward leader. We must be responsive to others and the process. We risk…

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Remarkable Truths About A Widow By David Sanford

4 Remarkable Truths in the Story of a Poor Widow Who Gave All How often do widows come up in the Gospels? Surprisingly, a lot! The most famous widow’s story is found at the end of Mark 12. At first, what Jesus appears to do (and not do) causes many readers to wince. Even worse?…

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Care for a Fallen World By Jon Lewis

What your response to a world that is fallen? How should we steward a world that is fallen? It’s one thing to preach Creation Care where there is blatant human abuse of the environment, such as water pollution, toxic emissions, or oil spills. But what does it mean to be a steward of our world…

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Find His Care During the Battles By Ed McDowell

The Strong Care of God During the Battles The words of Psalm 68 come from a king who has fought in many battles with enemies.  King David has seen the Lord God deliver.  As King, he has come to know firsthand the critical nature of trusting God in the context of overwhelming circumstances. He writes…

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