Stewardship Sunday, 1 Peter 1:3-9
God’s given each of us an amazing purpose in life: you exist to be a blessing for others. God’s abundance flows through us to others!
3rd Sunday after Epiphany, Acts 13:1-5
In all you do, work at it as if you were doing it for Jesus, serve others, and know that Jesus is well-pleased with your service done for His glory, no matter what job, occupation, or calling you have. Amen.
11th Sunday after Pentecost, Luke 10:25-37
But each of us has the capacity to turn fro self-centeredness and be a neighbor to those around us, to lift up the lives of those around us. And it’s in that that real satisfaction in life is found, knowing that in my service to those around me I’m really serving my Lord and Savior, no longer seeking self, but rather seeking to serve.
3rd Sunday after Pentecost, 1 Kings 12:3-16
You see, God opens our hearts to see that we’re sufficiently satisfied by our Savior and in need of nothing so we can give all that we have and are in service to God by serving those he puts in our lives.
4th Sunday in Lent, Matthew 20:17-28
So as His people our greatness isn’t found in being served by others, but serving others selflessly. May Jesus empower each of us to be truly great like that!
6th Sunday after Epiphany, Matthew 5:21-37
God wants us to be faithful with our words. He wants us to be honest, to use our words in order to say what we mean and only what we mean.
19th Sunday after Pentecost, Philippians 4:6-20
Because when we serve God we are doing what God created us to do. It is enjoyable for us as Christians! It’s something we WANT to do!
18th Sunday after Pentecost, Philippians 4:14-20
God doesn’t need anything, He could have had angels preach the gospel to the world, but in His grace he chooses to use people like you and me! All so that he might be pleased with the produce, the fruits of the faith he created in our hearts. And that’s the joy of godly stewardship.