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Adventist Online Giving

AdventistGiving AdventistGiving provides a way for individuals to return tithe and offerings to their local church from any computer or mobile device.  The AdventistGiving app is available in the A…

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God Finds the Way

God Finds the Way by John G. DePalma When I was baptized and joined the Adventist Church, I was working as finance director for the city of Portland, Maine. Baptism, though a freeing experienc…

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How Do I Make a Budget?

To begin a budget based on actual expenses, follow the steps below: Keep all your receipts. You will need them to create a monthly financial summary. Create a Word document in landscape mode (or…

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Living Within Your Income

Living Within Your Income by John Mathews The Coldwater, Michigan Seventh-day Adventist Church devoted the weekend of October 1, 2011 to Stewardship emphasis.  I  focused on how postmodern culture a…

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Money and Attitudes

Money and Attitudes by Vanessa Perlá You’ve heard the phrase before, “God doesn’t need our money, He wants our hearts.” As accurate as this may be, it is also true that when we start getting too a…

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Money Back - or Ahead?

Money Back - or Ahead? by Jack McNeilus As a businessman who believes in the Biblical principles of stewardship, I’ve been used to retuning what I thought was a faithful tithe. Each year, after th…

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Stewardship Roots

Stewardship Roots ~ downloadable book by Don E. Crane, Co-Director GC CM Stewardship Ministries It was in preparation for the historic Stewardship Summit and Stewardship Consultation, March 20-23,…

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What is a Steward?

Each of us has been promoted to manage a “store” for God. It may seem we’ve started at the bottom, and our work insignificant, but God will bless us if we labor faithfully. The word “steward” means “m…

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Your Heart, Your Treasure

Your Heart, Your Treasure By John Mathews Money intersects with everything we do in life. It is a common denominator of everyday living. We work for it and spend it. We save it and waste it. M…

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