FIRST SABBATH SCHOOL QUARTERLY ON STEWARDSHIP SINCE THE 1970S!
IGNITE STEWARDSHIP! Find your local church teaching package here!
VideosShort video introductions from John Matthews (watch Lesson 1 below)
5-minute discussion starter video series from the South Pacific Division
“What was I Thinking?” -- Ninety-one short videos (1 minute) that can be used to begin each class discussion
Worksheets for Companion Book
Chapter 1 Word & PDF | Chapter 2 Word & PDF | Chapter 3 Word & PDF | Chapter 4 Word & PDF | Chapter 5 Word & PDF | Chapter 6 Word & PDF | Chapter 7 Word & PDF | Chapter 8 Word & PDF | Chapter 9 Word & PDF | Chapter 10 Word & PDF | Chapter 11 Word & PDF | Chapter 12 Word & PDF | Chapter 13 Word & PDF
Do you have a busy lifestyle? This link allows you to listen to each lesson.
Additional companion book: Ellen G. White comments about stewardship.
13 different pieces of art: one for each week that depicts the theme of the week. Some are abstract, some are thought-provoking, and others are encouraging.
General Conference Stewardship Ministries
Have you visited the Adult Bible Study Guide website? You will find a teacher’s edition, Spanish edition, and an Easy Reading edition of each quarterly.
CQ (Collegiate Quarterly) provides study guides for young people. Its website provides: Downloads, blogs, and podcasts
HOPE Channel Sabbath School taught by Derek Morris; HOPE Channel "Inverse teaches" the CQ.
Doug Batchelor’s teaching on Stewardship: Motives of the Heart.
Tithe House Report - Hitraty Seventh-day Adventist Church, Vanuatu Mission
NAD Stewardship Ministries director John Matthews writes:
Money has always been a problem for God’s people, and modern consumerism isn’t helping. However, we do not have to succumb to its power. The Sabbath School Quarterly for the first quarter of 2018 is about the management of our possessions, about our relationship with money, and about the ways we relate to God as the Owner of all we have.
To start with, stewardship is not a bad word. I once heard Dave Ramsey say, that he spent a lot of money buying www.stewardship.com for the specific purpose of redefining it. Here is my definition; “Stewardship is the management of our tangible and intangible possessions for God’s glory.” How are you doing in a world of financial chaos where people chase possessions and wealth, considering these to be what life is all about?
In Stewardship, Motives of the Heart, our journey gives this topic another look. The quarterly, along with the companion book, deals with how we are to face the allure and satisfaction possessions of this world offers us. We must put materialism in its place in light of eternity. Our identity must be wrapped up in Jesus, not in our possessions. The outcome will be living a life of contentment. Jesus will say, “Well done, good and faithful servant” (Matt. 25:23 NIV).
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