Posts in: Stewardship
By Dr. Scott Rodin | In reading through Matthew 1 with the lens of our current cultural moral decay, there was one gem in the middle of it that astonished me.
Stewards of the Despised
By Dr. Scott Rodin | Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms. 1 Peter 4:10
Ruling as the Image Bearers of God
By Dr. Scott Rodin | We were created in God’s image so that we might rule over creation just as He rules over us—with love, nurture, care, and compassion.
Stewarding Closed Doors…Even When Others Don’t Open
By Dr. Scott Rodin | How do you respond when God closes a door? What if there is no 'Plan B'?
Nine Disciplines of a Steward Leader (Part I)
By Dr. Scott Rodin | Become the Leader God Called You to Be. (Disciplines 1&2)
Four Powerful Lessons for Effective Leadership
By Dr. Scott Rodin | Inspirations from The Steward Leader’s Psalm.
Trees are Trees – Thoughts on the Goodness of Creation
By Dr. Scott Rodin | I am taking a break in my series on Global Voices to share two short articles I wrote for the Evangelical Environmental Network. An intersection in north Spokane was once surrounded by tall Ponderosa pines. I always loved arriving at this intersection. It gave me ... read on
How the Trinity Changed my Mind on Creation Care
By Dr. Scott Rodin | I am taking a break in my series on Global Voices to share two short articles I wrote for the Evangelical Environmental Network. Ten years ago I faced a crisis of faith. I’d been raised to believe that there was a pecking order to God’s ... read on
When Giving Can Become an Excuse for Neglecting Real Generosity: A Reflection from the UK
By Dr. Scott Rodin | By Dr. Sas Conradie, Coordinator Global Generosity Network The front page of the monthly newsletter from my church in a small town in England says it all: ‘A double spread on the launch of Foodbank is an ideal example of the church being the instrument of ... read on