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Southeastern District Stewardship

According to the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, Christian stewardship is the free and joyous activity of God’s family — the church — in managing life’s resources for His purposes. It’s basically how God wants us to live our lives in a biblical way. Christian Stewardship is built on two things—God owns everything, and he created us to take care of it. While we see God as owner, we also see him as a very generous giver.  This helps us define our role as steward for we serve a gracious God whose grace has provided us with Jesus Christ. Too often stewardship becomes synonymous with Tithing.  This muddies the water regarding the concept of stewardship which applies to our time and talents as much as it applies to our treasure. And while 2 Corinthians 9: 6-7 tells us that God loves a cheerful giver, Paul is telling us that we should joyously give of our time, talents, and treasure as we love our neighbor. Kirk Hymes is the Southeastern District Stewardship representative.  He is available to support your stewardship support and training.

Available Resources from the District - Coming soon!

If you are a member of the Southeastern District and would like free access to these resources, please contact Kirk Hymes by using the form below.