Stewardship is one of the essential means the church utilizes to roll up its sleeves and engage in the ministry it is challenged to do. — William Powell Tuck
Jesus said in His sermon on the mountain, "Blessed are ..." (Matthew 5:1-12)
James said, Faith without works is dead. (James 2:14-26)
Dr. Bill Tuck shares his heart and his teachings on stewardship that will bring the reader into a greater appreciation of how God wants to use our time, talent and finances to build His Church as well as draw us into a deeper relationship with Him. You will find each chapter begins with a scriptural notation that will lend itself to further study and meditation on God's Word. May we be found to not only be reader of God's Word, but also doers of His Word.
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Table of ContentsForeword; Preface; 1. "The Forgotten Beatitude"; 2. "The Foundation of Christian Fellowship"; 3. "Now Concerning the Offering"; 4. "Small is Beautiful: A Theology of Enough"; 5. "Giving an Acceptable Offering"; 6. "Sharing Fruit from Your Tree"; 7. "The One Thing We Lack"; 8. "With God We Can"; 9. "The Best Things in Life Are not Free";
10. "How Much Are You Worth?"; 11. "What's in It for Me?"; 12. "Spiritual and Material Religion"; 13. "Oh, I Don't Have Time or Money"; 14. "When Money Has Us Talking to Ourselves"; 15. "Extravagant Love"; 16. "Checking Your Investments and Returns"; 17. "Stewardship of the Earth: Living at Peace with the Environment"