Our vocations should always be God centered. Our LIVES should be God centered.
When we turn our stewardship into a task, a box to be checked on our list of things to do, we might as well not do it.
As stewards of God’s grace, Disciples of Jesus Christ, we are to give of our first fruits – the best we have – to God.
Do not be afraid;
for behold, I proclaim to you good news of great joy
that will be for all the people.
Abraham became the father of Isaac,Isaac the father of Jacob,Jacob the father of Judah and his brothers.Judah became the father of Perez and Zerah,whose mother was Tamar.Perez became the father of Hezron,Hezron the father of Ram,Ram the father of Amminadab.Amminadab became the father of Nahshon,Nahshon the father of Salmon,Salmon the father of Boaz,whose mother was […]
…the diocese IS the local Church, which is made up of many parishes.
Fewer people giving less money to fewer charities, and churches are not holding their own. What could possibly go wrong?
This was originally published in The Message – The newspaper of the Diocese of Evansville. Now, that’s a weird title. I have written quite a bit, both here and elsewhere, how the notion that “stewardship” is not just about money, and now I am going to compare it to the chief money engine in the […]
… he was the world champion pencil balancer, and he didn’t have another care in the world.
Have you heard that meme? I had not until recently. Since then I have shared it with my Boomer friends. It’s not a term of endearment or acquiescence. It is derisive. In a New York Times article describing the deeper meaning of the phrase, it is described as the “digital equivalent of an eye roll.” […]