How To Give A Stewardship Testimony

October 23, 2013
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How To Give A Stewardship Testimony
Encouraging Generosity

Why does any faithful steward choose to be silent about his good stewardship? There is general agreement that believers are more silent on their personal stewardship, even when it is excellent, than they are on any other biblical teaching.

Good stewards should be allowed opportunities in worship services, deacon meetings, and other key committee settings to share their stewardship beliefs and practices if we are serious about increasing the number of believers committed to biblical stewardship.

 This brochure shares a variety of ways and methods for new and older Christians of all age groups to give their testimony in church and non-church settings, and ideas on how to make your testimony more effective.

 The Holy Spirit uses and blesses the work of faithful stewards in developing others regardless of the setting.

 "...whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God."
(1 Corinthians 10:31)

 For more information or to receive FREE copies of this brochure, contact the SC Baptist Convention, Cooperative Program & Stewardship Office at (800)723-7242 in state or (803)765-0030. This is a resource for SC Baptist Churches affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention.



By Written by Jim Goodson

Keywords: stewardship , money , cp , cooperative program , testimonies , giving , biblical teaching , tithing