Everyday Stewardship Reflections

Back to School

Good School Stewardship

Kids are headed back to school but are they being good stewards while they’re there? Here are ten important lessons for Christian parents to instill in their children to ensure this school year is lived for the glory of God. Click here to read the full post

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Rings

Like a Precious Stone

Just because the institution of marriage in our modern society has changed so radically doesn’t mean that the reality of marriage and the truth of the Scriptural image has changed. When we look at our spouses, we need to see the beauty of covenant and the splendor of God. Click here to read the full post

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Lizards

Paying Attention

The more we look the more we see; the more we practice the discipline of gratitude, the more things we realize the graciousness of God and how much there is to be grateful for. Click here to read the full post

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Don't Quit

Everyday Stewardship: Don’t Quit

Stewardship calls for us to become mature disciples that respond to Christ’s call, regardless of the cost. If we are going to take this commitment seriously, we have to work hard on becoming what we are called to. Click here to read the full post  

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Buddy Christ

Is Christ Cool?

Good stewards strive to maintain a balanced life by not overindulging in personal wealth or material goods but by sharing their blessings with others. We value life at all stages and give credit to the creator in which we share by giving life to others. We strive to make this a better world by storing […]

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Then Come, Follow me

When we contemplate stewardship at it’s most basic level, we see it is about to whom do we belong. A person cannot serve two masters. A good steward sees that not only does all he has been given belong to God, he himself belongs to his Creator. Click here to read the full post

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Willful Ignorance

Everyday Stewardship: Ignorance is Not Bliss

Our lives our not our own and God has given them to us with a purpose and a plan. We can be instruments of God even if we sometimes say no to His requests, but we can never achieve our full potential without constantly discerning His will for us and responding in maturity. Click here […]

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Father McGivney

Father McGivney, My Father, & Me

Yesterday, we celebrated the birthday of Fr. Michael J. McGivney, a Irish-American priest who founded the Knights of Columbus in 1882 with a small group of parishioners in his Connecticut parish. What began in a parish meeting of a few has become an unbelievable force for good in our world. What is your idea to begin […]

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Broyles

A Case of Maturity

Maturity in our modern American society sometimes seems to be in short supply. So often we are about immediate gratification and we focus more on our wants instead of our needs. We find ourselves unable to see the big picture or the value of waiting for anything. This is true with money, possessions, sex, and […]

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Elijah

Under a Tree

What has God called you to do? Do you really think He would ask something of you and not give you what was needed to complete the task? Click here to read the full post

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Monday

Mondays Aren’t Too Bad

So it is Monday and a world of workers who are fortunate enough to have Monday through Friday jobs are slowly moving into offices and businesses. However, a major reality is being overlooked by many of those sleepy-eyed workers: God has gifted them with another workweek! Click here to read the full post

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Cross

Everyday Stewardship: Striving for Maturity

Mature disciples come in all ages.  To test maturity one simply needs to ask the question given to us in the challenge of the Bishop’s pastoral letter: “Will I follow Jesus Christ no matter the cost?”  One cannot grow in a sense of stewardship if he or she is always “counting the cost.” Click here […]

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