By Randy Petersen
Most Christians think about stewardship in terms of money, but the term can encompass everything we do with all that God has entrusted to us—time, talent, home, and even our jobs and relationships. Use these questions to consider all the areas of stewardship in your life.
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Thank you for this powerful thought provoking survey. I really love the Lord and serving him. There is nothing I like better than stewardship because I am able to serve in a wide range of Christian needs, helping others with salvation, bible study, understanding the Holy Spirit and the list goes on. I was raised in a Christian home. I understand that being a Christian doesn't always mean we will not have struggles; but, that to is apart of stewardship in reaching out to help myself to overcome the issue I am facing. I am really enjoying Kyria and the Christian Today community fellowship.
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