Stewardship is a Lifelong Process
Stewardship as a Way of Life
Being a good steward means being generous with your time, talent, and treasure.
Stewardship is: An honor, an opportunity, and a challenge. It can change the way you work, live, and think.
Stewardship is: A vocation, a management of the affairs of God on earth. We have been given special gifts by God. Developing and using those gifts is a responsibility that takes a lifetime.
Stewardship is: An expression of God’s love for you, and your love in return.
All creation belongs to God… including everything you are and everything you own. We’ve been given a sacred trust.
Stewardship means returning the first portion of all God has given you.
"For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven." Ecclesiastes 3:1
Be a Steward of Time
Examine how you use your time. Set clear definable goals, make a plan. Use your time effectively. Set time aside each day for prayer.
Jesus is a wonderful example of stewardship.
“Just so, your light must shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your heavenly Father.” Matthew 5:16
Be a Steward of
Be content with enough.
Read 1 Timothy 6:6-10
Use your resources wisely.
Read Matthew 25:14-30
Be a Steward of Talent
Develop your God-given talents. Rejoice in the unique talents God has blessed you with. Be a giving steward and use these talents to improve others’ lives and your community.
Be a cheerful giver.
Jesus has commanded us to share our faith and make disciples of others. Let others know how God has made a difference in your life. Be an example by living a Christian life. Be active your parish and community. Be a steward of God’s Word.
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