Each of us is called to worship God with our entire life, including our time, talents and resources. Sharing those resources is an important way to worship the Giver of all good things. We pledge to be good stewards of your gifts, taking great care in how we manage and track the resources entrusted to us.
Early in 2010, the Session formed a multifacted team consisting of elders, deacons, directors and lay leaders, under the direction of the Senior Pastor, to develop stewardship related initiatives that promote generosity of time, talent and treasure, to meet both present needs and future requirements necessary to fulfill our strategic vision. This team continues to meet regularly and report back to the Session its findings and recommendations for how our church can better steward its resources. They are also studying how we can better encourage Biblical stewardship among our congregation.
Becoming Rich Towards God Sermon Series
In September 2008, Scotty Smith and Scott Roley took our congregation through a three-party study--"Becoming Rich Towards God." You can download a pdf of the workbook used during that series, as well as hear audio from the sermons.
A 20-Day Study in Stewardship
Published by Redeemer Presbyterian Church and written by Dr. Tim Keller, this simple study provides daily reading, prayer and questions that can be done individually or as a group. Download the study here.
Creation, Fall, Redemption and Your Money
A vision paper published by Dr. Tim Keller. Download the paper here.
Tim Keller Sermons on Money, Generosity and Stewardship
Four thought provoking and Scripture-based sermons by Dr. Keller on our hearts' treasures and the role of money in the Christian life. Visit Redeemer's audio page here to listen to or download one of the four sermons.
Money, Possessions and Eternity by Randy Alcorn
Money: The Currency of Christian Hedonism by John Piper
Stott on Stewardship: Ten Principles of Christian Giving by John R.W. Stott
Fields of Gold: A Place Beyond Your Deepest Fears by Andy Stanley
Prosperity and Poverty: The Compassionate Use of Resources in a World of Scarcity by E. Calvin Belsner