This is a print on demand book and is therefore non- returnable.
In today's ownership culture, with its resulting environmental destruction, a clear biblical understanding of stewardship is more necessary than ever. This nine- chapter journey through the biblical principles of stewardship helps Christians grasp God's message regarding his people's role as earthly caretakers.
Printed on large, perforated pages for easy use, Richard E. Rusbuldt's workbook provides practical, thought-provoking material for individual and group study. Specifically written and arranged to be accessible to adults and young adults, A Workbook on Biblical Stewardship
can be used equally well in a Sunday school, adult church school, or small-group setting. Each interactive chapter contains stimulating exercises and probing questions that facilitate discussion.
By contrasting the world's ownership model of stewardship with the biblical mode of "care-management," this engaging study offers exciting, practical motivation for living in accord with God's standards. The Bible describes the Christian as a partner in God's plan, brought into his household as an heir. This workbook presents a vital and transforming understanding of kingdom stewardship that considers not just money but all aspects of God's created order: time, physical resources, spiritual gifts, relationships, the gospel message, and life itself.