Welcome to The Ministry Lab's curated list of resources to help congregational leaders study and discuss stewardship with adults. Here you'll find:
If you don't find a resource to fit your need, don't hesitate to consult with The Ministry Lab's director, Emily Meyer, who is happy to assist you.
Perspectives from national faith leaders, "What Will Happen to Our Churches?" including "Financially" and "Spiritually". Free of charge.
Saving Grace: A Guide to Financial Well-Being: A money management curriculum for clergy and congregations aligns faith and finance, seeking to support participants in personal financial goals and encourage open discussions about money—such as saving, earning, giving, spending, and debt. Learn more
The Work of Radical Frugality by Harriet Fasenfest
Frugality isn’t just a virtue practiced by bygone generations. It can also be a break with an all-consuming capitalist system.
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Richard Rohr spends a week of Daily Meditations asking What Do We Do with Money? Thursday's Rights and Responsibilities, a reflection on The Parable of the Ten Gold Coins (Lk 19:11-27), is especially insightful.
The vast majority of Christians are not giving up to their potential or in proportion to what their faith teaches. Read To the Point: Giving Up to Our Potential.
shares a whole page on Financial Well-Being
Lower Susquehanna Synod (ELCA) Assistant to the Bishop Rob Blezard's blog Stewardship Guy offers regular tips and resources.