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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

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

The Key to Financial Freedom

by Paul Damon on September 14, 2015 | Stewardship, Personal Finance, Money
The Key to Financial FreedomIn our consumer-driven society, we’re constantly bombarded with the message that the key to happiness is having more—accumulating more possessions. We’re also told that if we make more money and accumulate a lot of financial assets, we will achieve “financial independence.&rd... Read more

The Essence of Stewardship

by Paul Damon on July 16, 2015 | Stewardship, Christian Insights
The Essence of StewardshipStewardship: the careful and responsible management of something entrusted to one's care. Notice that the definition doesn't have anything to do with ownership. Rather, throughout scripture, we are instructed to be good stewards of all that God has entrusted to us. Take the parable of the tal... Read more

The Inheritance Question

by Paul Damon on May 15, 2015 | Stewardship, Money
The Inheritance QuestionOne of the most difficult issues we help families wrestle with is the question of how much we should leave to our children in inheritance. Actually, there are many questions that come up in this discussion. Just to name a few: How much is appropriate? Are they prepared to receive whateve... Read more

The Missing Piece

by Paul Damon on April 29, 2015 | Stewardship
The Missing PieceFamily business is one of life’s most exciting, challenging, and rewarding endeavors. When you decided to start or become involved in a family business, you probably had certain objectives in mind. Your list may have included any number of unique goals, but 2 are common for many family busine... Read more

Taxes, Stewardship, & Overwhelming Blessings

by Paul Damon on March 25, 2015 | Stewardship, Money
Taxes, Stewardship, & Overwhelming BlessingsJesus said to them, “Give back to Caesar what is Caesar’s and to God what is God’s.” (Mark 12:17) Paying taxes is one of the more difficult things that Christians struggle with. We often feel that our tax dollars are wasted, so there is a lot of frustration with ha... Read more

A Wellspring of Stewardship

by Paul Damon on March 10, 2015 | Stewardship
A Wellspring of StewardshipBy early March, many of us are either enjoying spring break or looking forward to it with great excitement and anticipation. Particularly for those of us in the northern part of the country, the harsh winter, short days, early sunsets, and late sunrises make us feel at least some symptoms of what&r... Read more

God’s Call to Multiply Our Talents

by Paul Damon on February 11, 2015 | Stewardship, Christian Insights
God’s Call to Multiply Our TalentsOne of the more well-known parables that Jesus told is the parable of the talents. It’s a story that sheds striking light on the way we are to live. But before we dive into the lessons of this tale, let’s start with a little refresher on Jesus’ teaching from Matthew 25: A man is g... Read more
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