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Stewardship

Proper management is one of the first responsibilities God called us to. In the Garden of Eden, God gave Adam and Eve control of the earth and everything in it, to be good stewards. Through this practice we take care of the things God has presented to us for us to manage, including time, money, creation, and relationships, in a way that honors God and his creation.

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