Stewardship Resources On Line

The General Board of Discipleship has planned year-long free, online training in financial stewardship. See the webinar schedule for details on these one-hour workshops.

This United Methodist Church Discipleship site is a rich resource of materials related to Christian stewardship. The site includes an extensive bibliography, listing of annual stewardship campaign materials, capital campaign resources, and planned giving information. Also included are sermon starter, children’s time ideas, workshops and events .

Here’s a long and helpful article from UMCDiscipleship on what it means to be a Christian Steward.

Ken Sloan’s Blog is also a great source for insights.

Signposts, a blog from Brian Sheetz, Executive Director of the East Ohio United Methodist Foundation.

Horizons, Clif Christopher founded Horizons to help faith-based organizations make strategic decisions and secure the necessary capital to achieve their mission.

Ecumenical Stewardship Center features a variety of resources to strengthen congregational stewardship ministries.

Sharing God’s Gifts, from United Methodist Communications: Why We Give, How We Give, The Impact.

Faith and Money Network offers resources to assist people in exploring their relationship to money from a faith perspective. An online and print newsletter is available as well as curriculum and retreats on money and faith.

Lewis Center for Church Leadership is a program of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington DC. It serves as a resource for church leaders and congregations. They offer a variety of resources and publications to help achieve the church’s faithful witness.

David Bell is a senior partner with Design Group International, a leader in stewardship consultation, organizational visioning and the Discipline of spiritual giving.

Stewardship Page of the Oregon-Idaho Conference. This page introduces Inspiring Generosity, a weekly email message from Cesie Delve Scheuermann. Cesie is a consultant in stewardship, development, and grant writing.