Stewardship Resources Online

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

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.