Posts Tagged ‘sacrifice’

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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Remembering Love on This Memorial Day

There is No Greater Love It is Memorial Day 2020 and a time for us to remember the men and women who have demonstrated great love and loyalty to our country and its people. At 3:00 pm, in whatever time zone you are in, is the nationally appointed  time to pause for a moment of…

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Unnamed Characters By Gary Hoag

Here is what we learn from three unnamed New Testament characters. By Gary Hoag ~ Lately, in my daily walk with Jesus I am learning a lot from unnamed NT characters. Stewards that pastor churches and administrate ministries often look at named saints in the Scriptures for inspiration and instruction. In this post, I highlight my top…

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A Widow’s Mite by Suzy West

And in the story and the gift of a widow’s mite, I remember once again what it means to give all I have to give. “And He looked up and saw the rich putting their gifts into the treasury, and He saw a certain poor widow putting in two mites. So He said, ‘Truly I…

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