Posts Tagged 'Stewardship'

Sunday Sermon Video – The Parable of the Talents

We’re studying Christian stewardship all month long at my church, and that means we need to re-visit our Lord’s famous parable concerning the talents. Try to put aside what you think you know about this parable because odds are, you’ve never been taught what it really means. Click below to watch.


Sunday Sermon Video – The Stewardship of Time

On this first Sunday of September, we begin a brand-new sermon series called Taking the STEW Out of Stewardship. Did you know that time is a gift from God to you?  It is, and that means we need to pay attention to how we use time. Click below to watch.


Video Sermon – Stewrardship Sunday, Part 2

Good Lord’s Day morning, saints. For my second and last look at stewardship this year, I want to focus on giving as it relates to you, the giver.  Giving to the work of the Lord is expected by Him, but why?  Does He really your offering?  Click here to find out what giving does for you.

Today’s Video Sermon – Are You Living For Trash or Treasure?

Welcome to the first of two stewardship emphasis messages. Giving is supposed to be a big part of the Christian life. Is it a big part of your life? If not, why not?

Click the link and see if you can answer the question: Are you living for Trash or Treasure?


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