An essay of mine went up today at the BTS Center’s Bearings blog. It represents the most memorable, enjoyable, and delicious writing I’ve done this year. Check it out by clicking here, or on the image below.
The question has been nagging me for weeks: in a culture with multiple worthy options for receiving charitable gifts, how should Christians approach funding the church?
Our culture has turned security into an idol and fear into a virtue. Vulnerability is a better way.
Classes start today at Luther Seminary following a service complete with presidential sermon and abounding in Harry Potter robes. Last week was “First Week” when we welcomed new students to campus and barraged them with orientation information until they begged to start classes and get started on their homework. On some seminary social media channel, […]
In my first few weeks directing the Center for Stewardship Leaders, it’s been fascinating to observe how often the topic of budgets comes up. Pastors, non-profit leaders, money managers, students, and others have all encouraged me, with the center’s resources, to emphasize the importance of careful budgeting. A common sub-theme of these conversations is the […]