Tagged: “stewardship”

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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A letter from the Rev. Mike Wallens

Dear Friends in Christ: It has been a little over a year since I joined this faith community named St. Martin-in-the-Fields. It has been an enriching time for me. This parish is blessed with people of strong faith, hope and vision. It is also a place that reminds me of the following prayer: Abundant God, […]

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Stewardship Minute – Mason

by Elizabeth & Doug Mason What is a stewardship ministry about? Giving people practical tools to live life on purpose. Of course we are talking about finances, yes, but not just finances.  We want to teach our members to parent on purpose, love on purpose, and show up to work with a purpose. A purposeful, healthy congregation can […]

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A Call to Develop Seven Holy Habits for Stewardship

St. Martin-in-the-Fields’ Stewardship Ministry Team introduces Seven Habits of a Highly Effective Steward to serve as a tool to help all of us practice Holy Habits daily, to nurture gracious giving in our congregation to enable worship, education, fellowship and service in our community. We will grow as an inviting community of faith if we strengthen our faith through disciplined practice of our baptismal promises.

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