Practical stewardship involves the whole life, as seen in the five "T"s of stewardship, i.e. our time, temple (body), talents, treasure, testimony. Become a good steward of the gifts of health, family, friends and personal spirituality.
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The Seventh-day Adventist Church upholds the gospel commission through the work of departments such as Adventist Mission and Adventist Volunteer Services, and Personal Ministries. Visit the websites below to view how this work is conducted and to see what opportunities there may be for you to get involved:
The Seventh-day Adventist Church is concerned with practical Christianity. Caring for basic human needs is the practical aspect of the gospel. The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) proactively leads out in this work for the Church world-wide. Visit their site to see the latest news and see where you may become involved:
Since creation, God has placed the earth and its creatures in our care. This has often been interpreted as a right to exploit nature for personal gain. In the prophecies of Revelation, we see that at the end of time, the Lord will hold us accountable. Environmental concerns are therefore a fundamental part of any holistic stewardship message. These nature photos and short messages kindly provided by Dick Deurksen are presented on this page to draw our attention to the beauty of nature and our responsibility to God.
The photo and words are provided by Dick Duerksen, Storyteller at Maranatha Volunteers International. For greeting cards, posters, or prints of Dick's photos, please email him at email@example.com
Isn’t true that most of us use the adjective “holy” exclusively for the 10 percent tithe, and not for offerings? The word “holy” conveys the idea of sacred, set apart, and mandatory. As faithful Seventh-day Adventists, we are prone to respect and honor what is declared to be holy. Are offerings holy? Read more…