Tagged: “giving”

Stewardship Minute on October 18

St. Martin’s Children and Youth Minister Corrie Cabes talks about about purpose and commitment. We are called to be so much as we live into our church mission statement, to be transformed into the image of Christ, to use our heart, hands and feet as response to God’s great abundance in the world. What does this mean for the youth of our parish? Listen and read what our children and youth minister said…

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Stewardship Reflection from Jim Wilson

I have a few points I want to touch on in my “minute” with you… each of them worthy of a complete sermon complete with chapter and verse quotations. First the tithe. 10% of everything goes back to God. That’s huge! 10% of gross income, 16.8 hours/week (that’s 2 full work days). That’s huge! And […]

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Teens speak about stewardship

On our stewardship ingathering Sunday, November 10, three teenagers from at St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church spoke eloquently about stewardship and what it means to them personally, and they shared ideas about how we should approach it. Please listen and read what they wrote. Ebun: Good Morning. My name is Ebun. These are my siblings Ife and […]

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Our children really “get” stewardship

a stewardship report & reflection by education director Corrie Cabes Our children at St. Martin are placing leaves on our stewardship tree in the west parish hall to symbolize the growth in our financial stewardship campaign. The children learn the value of giving with their participation in Sunday school, the friendships they cultivate and the joy […]

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Will Do – This Year

a stewardship reflection by Courtney Mullaney Ever since stewardship chairman Aubrey Hardman asked me to stand in front of you all & speak about stewardship, all I could think was, “Why me?” I asked this not because I dislike speaking in public, that’s something I rather enjoy from time-to-time, but because I’m one of the […]

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A wake-up call to kingdom living

Stewardship Narrative Series Sunday, November 3, 2013 All Saints Sunday Proper 26 – Luke 6:20-31 On this All Saints Day, Jesus tells us of the four blessings and contrasts them with four woes or curses. The blessings are directed to the poor, the hungry, the weeping and the excluded. For those of us who are […]

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