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Sermons on Stewardship

Below you’ll find a library of Stewardship sermons. All of the sermons on represent some of the best preaching in the world today. We pray you’ll find these to be a helpful resource in your own preaching and teaching.
  • James Merritt
    (April 2010)
    Creation Care, Stewardship: The Theology of Ecology -- Genesis 1:1; 2:15
  • Bill Hybels
    (April 2010)
    The oceans, forests, plains, rivers, lakes—all of that—it all belongs to God. You heard the old hymn earlier, "This Is My Father's World." In the early chapters of Genesis, God gives instructions as to how we're supposed to take care of this planet. There are really four key instructions that He delivered. He said He wanted us to subdue it, rule over it, work it and take care of it.
  • Mike Glenn
    (March 2008)
    Anyone who knows me knows I have a hard time managing my time. It’s not that I don’t have all the tools I’m supposed to have. I’ve been to all the workshops. I have all the gadgets. It’s just that I’m a spur-of-the-moment kind of guy.
  • O.S. Hawkins
    (August 2009)
    Many approach the subject of stewardship with long, drawn‑out apologies.
  • Mark Debowski
    (January 2007)
    Luke 16:1-9 Frank had always loved nice stuff, but as an employee of FEMA for 32 years most of these things were unaffordable. Things had changed recently, though. His co-workers first noticed the new iPod. Then it was the new clothes, the week-long luxury cruise, and even the new car. Everyone
  • Michael Milton
    (September 2006)
    Faith, Wealth, And Reward in the Kingdom of GodMark 10:17-31 Today I want to introduce you to two people you know well. I have heard the first man described like this: He’s rich. Italian shoes. Tailored suit. His money is invested. His plastic is platinum. He lives like he flies — first
  • Steve D. Eutsler
    (March 2005)
    God is the real owner of everything. We're just His managers.
  • Rick Warren
    (July 2004)
    Matthew 25:14-30
  • William R. Bouknight
    (August 2009)
    The quality, joy, and impact of our lives are directly related to how wisely we use the time we have.
  • William L. Self
    (February 2004)
    Ecclesiastes 5:1-3; 8-17
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