Stewardship

Stewardship is one of the Christian principles that God has placed in His Word to help us serve Him properly and prepare us for His soon-coming.  This principle is known as the three Ts of the Christian life-style:  TIME, TALENT and TREASURE.

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At the Bronx SDA Church - Stewardship is a Way of Life; a life of accountability and responsibility acknowledging God as Creator and Giver of all good things.  Stewardship involves responsible management of our God-given resources of time, talent, and treasure.

 TIME  

Each day GOD gives us a precious gift: 86.400 seconds. We believe we should use them wisely because ETERNITY is in it.  

We have declared MARCH as the month in which we will emphasize the gift of time. In it we will be encouraging all our members - young and old to utilize this gift (time) for the service of GOD by inreach and outreach.

 TALENT  

As believers, GOD has given us certain talents and abilities. We believe that these were given to be used to strengthen and encourage other believers and to help in the building of the body of Christ, which is the Church.

 TREASURE  

We believe that all we own was given to us by GOD and should be used in His service.

  1. TITHE  =  10% OF YOUR INCOME
  2. OFFERINGS  =  A gift to GOD from the heart. It is a form of worship
  3. RESOURCES =  Car, Home, Clothes etc. 

 OUR 2016 STEWARDSHIP GOALS FOR EACH MEMBER ARE:

  • BECOME a Faithful Steward
  • SPEND More Time Developing our Relationship with GOD
  • DISCOVER our Talents nad Gifts.
  • INCREASE Trust in GOD by Returning a Faithful Tithe and Offering
  • TAKE an Active Part in Kingdom Building by Use of our Resources

    

JULIET ROBINS,  Director

Assts.:  Opal Rotali, Pomroy Tittle, Canot-Louis Baticien and Elder Dorothy Graham

 

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