© 2012 The Free Methodist Foundation
What does Stewardship Well Done look like? What constitutes
success? It's different for each person, but it begins by
considering what you care about most and what you believe God is calling
you to do.
Families get started and careers advance, and soon resources begin to
grow and require faithful attention. What consistent effort can
you exercise that will bring positive results? As your resources
multiply, how can you find the guidance you need to maximize them?
All along your life path, you will want to experience the joy of giving.
By sharing your resources with individuals, your church, your school, or
other charitable organizations of your choice, you are strengthening
your community as well as the Kingdom of God.
When you step back and consider what difference your life will make to
your family, your neighbors, you'll ask questions like these: "How do I
best use the resources and opportunities that have been entrusted to my
care? What should I do with my time, abilities, education, heritage, and
financial resources? How do I direct these resources and toward
At The Free Methodist Foundation, we are committed to helping you as you
begin to answer these questions. We believe that with effective
counsel and management, each person can multiply the impact of the
resources entrusted to their care. That's what we call
stewardship. Simply put, stewardship is responsibly managing what
God has given you.