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Protecting the Church’s Money

“If you are at a church that collects money, someone is stealing.” That is how a guest speaker in my Family and Church Financial Stewardship class opened his lecture on protecting the church’s money. My students were dumbfounded as he recounted a few sto... Read More »

Leadership Lessons from Bush 41

The 1988 presidential election cycle is the first one I truly remember. Yes, I was alive during President Reagan’s successful bids for the White House in 1980 and 1984, but I was only 2 and 6 years old, respectively. I have memories of President Bush’s vow... Read More »

Post-Election Perspective from Proverbs

There is no doubt that our elections have become more contentious in recent years. We have seen and heard extreme reactions to both victories and losses. I just finished listening to Hillary Clinton’s recent book, What Happened, which gives her perspective o... Read More »

The Church’s Calling to Public Life: Theological Reflections on Virtue, Stewardship, and Vocation

Dr. J. Daryl Charles, affiliate scholar of the Acton Institute, lectures on “The Church’s Calling to Public Life: Theological Reflections on Virtue, Stewardship, and Vocation” at the Land Center lunch on October 10, 2018. Read More »

Workers called to be stewards of society’s values

By Julie Owens Originally appeared at https://swbts.edu/news/campus-life/workers-called-be-stewards-society-s-values/. Work has intrinsic value that is often overlooked or misunderstood, but as Christians, we are called to be overseers of humanity’s ethics, ... Read More »


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