All stewardship begins with studying God’s Word, which produces our stewardship theology. Christian stewardship is the free and joyous activity of the child of God and God’s family, the church, in managing all of life and life’s resources for God’s purposes. Initiating programs for the development of good stewardship theology in the members of the congregation is the mission of the Stewardship Committee. Stewardship can be called a partnership with God in the business of salvation. Using our time, talents, and treasure in support of our church and our community is a large part of what stewardship is all about.
Board of Stewardship Mission
Our mission is to develop the congregation to be maturing Christian stewards that joyfully use God’s gifts to do the right things for the right reasons and strive for excellence in all they do.
Ron Smith (Chair), Tom Miller, Vona Dodge, Mark Stenzel; non-voting member: Steve Snyder (Elder Representative).
Monthly Stewardship Focus
Each month, Redeemer Lutheran Church focuses on one mission that the congregation supports financially.
The Stewardship focus for October is the LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces <https://www.lcms.org/ministry-to-the-armed-forces>. This ministry supports almost 200 chaplains, who represent the church on active duty, the reserves, the National Guard, and Civil Air Patrol. Chaplains meet the needs of military personnel and their families. The LCMS cares deeply for those who currently serve, for those who have donned the cloth of our nation in uniform, and for those who served our nation and live in our communities. Please continue to pray for those who serve our country that the Lord would bless them and keep them safe.