Highlights of today’s show:
- Glen Steinson joins us to talk about Stewardship
- Stewardship is about more than just the money
- It’s ALL God’s. Not just a 10% tithe
- Everyone’s stewardship story is unique
- If you want to start being a better steward then pray
I am proud to have my friend Glen Steinson from StewardshipWeekly.com on the show. I invited Glen to talk about Biblical Stewardship because after living out stewardship in his own life and interviewing others about it on his show, he knows what true biblical stewardship is.
Often when I think of stewardship, I think of it mostly relating to finances. While our income and assets are an important part of stewardship, there are also two other pieces that we often forget and those are our time and our talents. Just as we need to make sure we are honoring God with our spending and use of our income, we also need to honor God with the use of our time and the abilities that he has given us.
Glen has been doing the Stewardship Weekly podcast now for almost a year and one of the main things he has learned is that everyone’s story is unique. Whether it is buying a car, purchasing a house, or trusting God to provide in a time of need, the Lord provides and meets our needs.
Faith and finances is something that I would like to do more of on the show and I would love to hear your feedback on this show.
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