To view LCMS resources regarding congregational stewardship, you are asked to view the information on the LCMS website here.
The purpose of this Web site is to provide resources for congregations as they elevate (make stewardship a high priority) and enlarge (see stewardship as all of life) stewardship among their members.
Faith Aflame is a congregational process designed to change the stewardship culture. To help those interested in the process we are introducing a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) section on this web site. These questions will assist in describing how a congregation can be involved in this new and exciting stewardship opportunity. Click on “FAQs” to visit this new section. (Visitors can ask their own questions also.)
The vision for stewardship in The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod is that the stewardship culture in every congregation would be one where every professional church worker, every man, women, and child would know that they are God’s steward by His grace, live as His disciples, and manage the gifts He entrusts to them with joy and generosity—all so that His purposes would be accomplished and His mission enhanced.
Christian stewardship is defined as the free and joyous activity of the child of God and God’s family, the church, in managing all of life and life’s resources for God’s purposes.
This website is provided by Stewardship Ministry of District and Congregational Services of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. New resources will be added regularly.