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Thanks for visiting the Stewardship Department of the Mississippi Baptist Convention Board. Check out our current programs and
materials to help your church and association with stewardship education and promotion.
Consultants from the Stewardship Department are available to come to your church or association to lead a meeting or seminar on money
management, church budgeting, capital fund raising, or stewardship emphasis. You may view a listing of available
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Check out these Stewardship programs for your church!
A 4-unit discipleship study based on the Letter to Philemon. Each segment explores a different motivation for generous giving.
Faithful stewardship demonstrates that we are “living with heart” for Christ and his church. The interplay among the Apostle Paul,
Philemon, and Onesimus revealed in this epistle, allows us to discover refreshment (v.5), usefulness
(v.11), gratitude (v.19), and eternity (v.15) as encouragements and motivations for generous giving.
This includes CD, bulletin inserts, poster/guide, and a DVD.
Malachi accused God’s people of leading lives that were “out of sync” with the Lord. This new Four-Sunday emphasis asks believers to
return to the Lord (3:7), remember his commandments, and respond in generosity (3:10-11). When we do, God
will multiply our witness among our neighbors, and bless our land (3:12). This includes CD, bulletin inserts, poster, and a DVD.
A 3-Sunday church Stewardship resource to assist congregations in helping members “Discover the Generosity Factor.” This
includes CD, bulletin inserts, Sunday School lessons, envelopes, poster, and a DVD.
A 3-Sunday stewardship resource specifically designed to encourage church members to refresh their faith, restore their families, and
revolutionize their finances. Includes CD, bulletin inserts, Sunday School lessons, theme song, sermon ideas, dramas, and posters.
An intensive one-day effort to assist churches in analyzing their budget process and choosing new approaches for growing committed
stewards. Key leaders are trained in an afternoon workshop. Preaching, Bible study, and testimonies make for a day of inspiration as well
as practical help.