SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON STEWARDSHIP

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STEWARDSHIP SERMON OUTLINES

by Stan Coffey

I heard about a man who brought a parrot. It was a beautiful parrot but he had a problem with swearing. It seemed whenever the man was entertaining the parrot would embarrass him greatly by swearing in front of his guests. He tried to appeal to the obviously smart parrot by asking him to clean up his language. The parrot promised to change, but...

by Wayne Coleman

Be honest with me! In the past years of your Christian life experience, when you have heard the word stewardship, has your immediate reaction been more positive or more negative? Over the years has the negative factor grown? Does the word automatically bring to mind financial matters? Does the word seem to arouse a spirit of obligation on your part? Do the...

by Daniel Rodgers

Last week we looked at (3:11-23), where Paul discusses the importance of building our Christian lives on a proper foundation. The Foundation to which (or to Whom) he refers, is Christ. The building is the church: 1 Cor. 3:9-10, ''For we are labourers together with God: ye are God's husbandry, ye are God's building. According to the grace of God which is given unto me, as a...

by Jeff Strite

One of the most beloved of American artists was Norman Rockwell. But, though many of the common folk loved and cherished his paintings, many other artists did not, deriding him as nothing more than a common illustrator. Rockwell once explained the difference between his style of painting and that of many modern artists with this story: Ten or fifteen...

by Jesse Hendley

Now, friends, if you have your Bibles, I want you to turn with me to Luke, chapter 12, verse 20, and we are speaking on the subject, CHRISTIAN STEWARDSHIP. God's Word says, ''It is required among stewards that a man be found faithful.'' The idea of stewardship means responsibility to someone greater than we are. We are placed in this world in a place of responsibility. We are...

by Frank Damazio

Introduction: We have launched out into the deep. We are getting out of the boat and putting one foot on the water. Improving our money management skills is actually improving our life management skills. In the last message, we established three very important foundational stones. Today we continue with the goal of encouraging you to be the manager of your life...

by Eddie Snipes

Stewardship through tithing did not begin with the Mosaic Law, but as a part of Abraham's faithfulness to God. Abraham was well before the law. Abraham was the picture of justification by faith that points directly to our faith in Christ. Abraham was not justified by the law, but by trusting God. It is through Abraham's faith that the first tithe was given. The principle…

by Johnny Hunt

This passage gives a clear picture of the activities of the first century congregation and we will do well to observe them carefully. Remember, there is nothing more typical of Paul than the abrupt change between Chapters 15 and 16. Chapter 15 has been walking in the loftiest reaches of thought and theology and discussing the life of the world to come. Chapter 16 deals with the most practical things, in the...

by Jeff Ginn

Heard about a fellow that had fallen on hard times. He decided to rob a bank. Now he had never done anything like that before. So he practiced his lines. ''Don't mess with me, this is a stickup.'' However, when the moment came he was so nervous and flustered he stammered, ''This is a mess up, don't stick with me...

by Jim Henry

Give, and it will be given to you; good measure, pressed down, shaken together, running over, they will pour into your lap. For whatever measure you deal out to others, it will be dealt to you in return. I want to let it be clearly understood that I don't preach on stewardship every Sunday. But I do believe that stewardship is as much a part of...

by Robert Dawson

One of the lessons we learn growing up is to respect other people. Part of learning to respect others is learning to respect their property and possessions. Growing up that was yet one more lesson on a very long list of lessons I struggled to learn - much to my family and especially my brother's chagrin...

by Bob Wickizer

Stewardship in most churches is about as welcome as a cockroach on a wedding cake. Stewardship is most often the subject clergy hate to preach about. Personally I find this reticence by clergy to be very odd. Stewardship is not only essential for the health and vitality of the church but stewardship is the...

by M. Jolaine Szymkowiak

A vital part of the plan for Christian Living is "to lay up treasures in Heaven" (Matthew 6:19). How is this plan for our stewardship to be accomplished? We are told in the Creation story (Genesis 1:28-30), that we are to be stewards of all we survey. And we are commanded to care for the brothers and sisters in...

by Fred Lowery

17Though the fig tree does not bud and there are no grapes on the vines, though the olive crop fails and thefields produce no food, though there are no sheep in the pen and no cattle in the stalls, 18yet I will rejoice in the Lord, I will be joyful in God my Savior.1.God is my salvation: You need God plus nothing. Lose all but still...

by Rex Yancey

One of the fastest growing industries in America today is gambling-and I use that term industry very loosely. Lottery fever is sweeping the land as people try to turn a one dollar investment into a multi-million dollar windfall. Week after week people rationalize that there chance is as good as anybody's, even though one's chance of...

by Ron Cox

The next 3-4 weeks will prove to be vitally important to your Christian walk. We are going to talk today and the next few weeks about STEWARDSHIP. But the key to Unlocking the powerful, victorious Christian Life is Stewardship. Understanding what God says about Time,Talents, Tithe,, Testimony. Look Today at...

by John Barnett