The Core Of Stewardship Is the Heart

by Paul Damon on March 12, 2021 |
The Core Of Stewardship Is the HeartStewardship is a learned discipline. We are not born with a sense of responsibility to others, at least not in a complete form. We learn from experience and practice that stewardship is a blessing to us, even more than to others we bless. Because God’s heart is for us to give our lives for ... Read more

New Year’s Resolutions 2017

by Paul Damon on January 02, 2017 | Christian Insights, Biblical Worldview
This is the time of year that many of us make commitments to stop doing things that we want to get rid of in our life or to start doing things that we believe will move us closer to who we want to be!  While the idea is sound and profitable, our execution is often not up to par.  In fact, ... Read more

Contentment as a Key to Generosity

by Paul Damon on September 23, 2016 | Christian Insights
Contentment as a Key to GenerosityIn our last blog post, we introduced 3 keys to having a generous spirit: Gratitude Contentment Trust We looked at each of these characteristics briefly, but today, we will focus more specifically on contentment. The role of contentment Contentment is an indicator of our at... Read more

3 Characteristics for Learning Generosity

by Paul Damon on August 12, 2016 | Christian Insights
3 Characteristics for Learning GenerosityI believe that generosity is mostly a learned behavior. While it is true that it is one of the spiritual gifts, it is also something that we grow into over time. There are at least 3 characteristics that someone needs to have to be generous and live generously. These traits are fundamental to a he... Read more

What's Love All About

by Paul Damon on June 27, 2016 | Christian Insights
What's Love All AboutFather Sirico has said that if he were love, he would sue for misrepresentation. The word "love" has been so misused and misunderstood that today, its true meaning is barely even recognizable. Our culture has twisted the word into something that is more about self than it is about others.   ... Read more

Memorial Day Reflections: Sacrifice, Freedom, & Purpose

by Paul Damon on May 31, 2016 | Stewardship, Christian Insights
Memorial Day Reflections: Sacrifice, Freedom, & PurposeHaving just completed the Memorial Day weekend, I’m reminded of the incredible sacrifice that so many have made for the freedom we enjoy. I often ask myself how I do at stewarding that freedom. What is my responsibility with the freedom God has granted me as a citizen of this amazing country?... Read more

Vacation Blues: 3 Keys to Contentment & Gratitude

by Paul Damon on March 25, 2016 | Biblical Worldview
Vacation Blues: 3 Keys to Contentment & GratitudeLast week, I enjoyed a much-needed break on a beautiful island in the Caribbean. I sometimes feel guilty that God has blessed our family with the opportunity to enjoy such experiences, when so many will probably never have the ability to do so. A recent experience drove this home in a powerful way,... Read more

The Inverted Generosity Pyramid

by Paul Damon on February 04, 2016 | Stewardship, Personal Finance
The Inverted Generosity PyramidFor most of us, giving is part of our lives. We build it into our financial plan, and we budget for our expenses accordingly. The way we live and give depends, in large part, on our beliefs regarding stewardship and personal responsibility. But if we analyze our giving and living expenses, most o... Read more

Are you on a tag-a-long or a tandem bike?

by Paul Damon on December 11, 2015 | Stewardship, Christian Insights
Are you on a tag-a-long or a tandem bike?When I had very young children, I used to take them on bike rides in something we called a tag-a-long: a little basket on wheels that I pulled behind my bike.  The name was very fitting, because while they got to go on the ride with me, they had no involvement in the process and put forth no e... Read more

Take Up Your Cross

by Paul Damon on October 10, 2015 | Christian Insights
Take Up Your Cross“Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross daily and follow me.” -       Luke 9:23 When Jesus spoke these words, he offered us great and lasting wisdom. Let’s explore his directive to us through the lens of 4 questi... Read more
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