Thursday, November 26, 2020 02:00

Helping You Excel in Stewardship

no new stuff, stewardship, contentment
More is a 4-Letter Word

Contentment is a rare gem seldom seen but quickly recognized.  Society has taught us to always want more, and the lesson has been well-learned.  Americans are known worldwide as a nation of shoppers, bargain-hunters, and consumers.  Whenever I lead tours to Israel or chaperone groups visiting Europe, I always have to tell the guide to […]

no new stuff, stewardship, materialism, consumerism, thankfulness
The Best Things in Life

“The best things in life are free.”  There is no charge for a sunset, no cost for a smile, no price on a baby’s laughter.  The best things in life are free. But I like even better the saying that reminds us that “The best things in life aren’t things.”  Or to put it into […]

no new stuff, stewardship, materialism,
Too Much of a Good Thing

Shakespeare had one of his characters ask, “Can one desire too much of a good thing?” My answer is a resounding “YES!”  And I am not the only one to say thus (to keep the Shakespearean English for a bit longer).  I remember as a kid making myself sick with too much watermelon.  I won’t […]

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