Christian stewardship is a way of living in which we recognize that everything belongs to God. All resources must be used for His glory and the common good. This is more than just giving some of your time, talent, and treasure.  It is a re-prioritization of your time, talent and treasure so the ‘first fruits’ serve God.


A steward is someone who handles affairs for someone else. In ancient kingdoms, stewards ran the country in the absence of the king. Upon the king’s return, the steward gave a full accounting for his actions. Even when the king was present, the steward often handled the daily affairs of the kingdom. However, a steward did not own the kingdom. And, the king determined when and how long a steward would serve him.

We are also stewards over the Earth. How can we help preserve it for future generations and justly share the resources? Check out some of our missions.
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