Giving that Matters to God: A Fresh Look at Christian Stewardship for You and Your Church (Paperback)
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If you're looking for a comprehensive and challenging study on Christian Stewardship you will find that here. Be prepared for some challenging questions but more importantly, be prepared for this study to change your life. Jesus said we will serve one of two masters: God or Money. It is our prayer that this study will, - Challenge you to be honest about which master you're serving - Help you discover what it means to follow Jesus and what He expects from His followers - Help you understand how your financial stewardship is a part of God's Master plan - Challenge you to evaluate the mission effort of your local church, and - Ensure that your church (no matter its size or location) really matters Coming to understand that stewardship is an adventure that involves risk, we'll end this study by looking at both how to develop risk takers in our families and churches and at the incredible blessings promised to those who are faithful (and risky) stewards. Betsy Arkema is the 2nd daughter of Wendell and Ruth Van Gunst. She lives in New Era with her husband, Paul, one of the 3rd generation owners of Country Dairy. Together they have 3 children. Betsy is a high school math teacher by education but spends her time working at Country Dairy, taking care of her family and volunteering at her church where she helps plan and write worship services. She has grown up with her dad's passion for the church and for mission work. It has been an honor to partner with him on this project. Wendell Van Gunst is a retired farmer and business owner. He began Country Dairy, a milk, cheese & ice cream bottling facility on his family farm in 1985. He began Gulu Country Dairy Research Farm and Training School in Gulu, Uganda in 2013. He still lives with his wife, Ruth, on the family farm in New Era, MI. Together they have been blessed with 4 daughters, 3 sons-in-law and 17 grandchildren. His passions are God & the church, cows and his family.