Edited by William G. Carter
Geneva Press
Louisville, Kentucky

Reviewed by Benjamin C. Maxson, Director, General Conference Stewardship

This collection of 23 sermons, organized in five categories, covers various stewardship areas. It addresses topics such as giving and the use of money and possessions in the church. Each sermon is written by a pastor or a preaching professor. The five categories are:

  • Theological Dimensions of Stewardship
  • Personal Preparation for Stewardship
  • The Spiritual Discipline of Giving
  • Money and Possessions as Issues in the Life of Faith
  • Interpreting Our Global Responsibility and Congregational Mission

The sermons provide a wide spectrum of stewardship preaching at its best. In them are dynamic stewardship thoughts and models to develop and customize your own stewardship preaching. The concepts presented in this book can help pastors think through their own stewardship ministry and develop a comprehensive stewardship preaching strategy. The book is well worth exploring and can serve as a good resource for sermon ideas.