Tag: Stewardship

Wednesday of Lent 4 – Mark 12:38-44

ShareMark 12:38-44 “Size matters.” That’s what “They” tell us, so it must be true.  We want to know how much we earn and how much others earn.  We want to compare the sizes of our churches, their programs and their organs.  We measure by human standards how much we’ve given.  We do this to make […]

March 8, 2016 | 0 Comments More

Saturday of Trinity 9 – Luke 19:11-28

ShareLuke 19:11-28 Jesus is a persistent Master, isn’t He?  Didn’t He just finish teaching us in Luke 16:1-13 that we should be faithful with our money and gifts and to give an account of our stewardship?  And then in Luke 16:19-31 He told us about the rich man who had not been faithful with the […]

August 7, 2015 | 0 Comments More

Saturday of Trinity 8 – Luke 17:11-19

ShareLuke 17:11-19 Sometimes, often – usually – God asks us to work with Him in answering our prayers.  We ask to be healed in body, and yet we are to make wise choices about our health and go to doctors.  We ask for forgiveness, and yet we must accept forgiveness and give it to others. […]

July 30, 2015 | 0 Comments More

Wednesday of the 8th Sunday in Trinity – Luke 16:1-18

ShareLuke 16:1-18 “What is money?”  It’s a question I used to ask my Senior Economics students.  While money may be defined in several ways, one of the most important definitions is that money is a symbol of wealth – it stands for the material riches with which God has blessed us.  Economics, which literally means […]

July 28, 2015 | 0 Comments More

Wednesday of Lent 4 – Mark 12:38-44

ShareMark 12:38-44 “Size matters.” That’s what “They” tell us, so it must be true.  We want to know how much we earn and how much others earn.  We want to compare the sizes of our churches, their programs and their organs.  We measure by human standards how much we’ve given.  We do this to make […]

April 1, 2014 | 0 Comments More

Saturday of Trinity 9 – Luke 19:11-28

ShareLuke 19:11-28 Jesus is a persistent Master, isn’t He?  Didn’t He just finish teaching us in Luke 16:1-13 that we should be faithful with our money and gifts and to give an account of our stewardship?  And then in Luke 16:19-31 He told us about the rich man who had not been faithful with the […]

August 2, 2013 | 0 Comments More

Saturday of Trinity 8 – Luke 17:11-19

ShareLuke 17:11-19 Sometimes, often – usually – God asks us to work with Him in answering our prayers.  We ask to be healed in body, and yet we are to make wise choices about our health and go to doctors.  We ask for forgiveness, and yet we must accept forgiveness and give it to others. […]

July 26, 2013 | 0 Comments More

Wednesday of the 8th Sunday in Trinity – Luke 16:1-18

ShareLuke 16:1-18 “What is money?”  It’s a question I used to ask my Senior Economics students.  While money may be defined in several ways, one of the most important definitions is that money is a symbol of wealth – it stands for the material riches with which God has blessed us.  Economics, which literally means […]

July 23, 2013 | 0 Comments More

Wednesday of Lent 4 – Mark 12:38-44

ShareMark 12:38-44 “Size matters.” That’s what “They” tell us, so it must be true.  We want to know how much we earn and how much others earn.  We want to compare the sizes of our churches, their programs and their organs.  We measure by human standards how much we’ve given.  We do this to make […]

March 20, 2012 | 1 Comment More

Wednesday of the 8th Sunday in Trinity

ShareLuke 16:1-18 “What is money?”  It’s a question I used to ask my Senior Economics students.  While money may be defined in several ways, one of the most important definitions is that money is a symbol of wealth – it stands for the material riches with which God has blessed us.  Economics, which literally means […]

August 17, 2011 | 0 Comments More