Sacred Trusts Essays On Stewardship And Responsibility

Russell Chatham

The Contributors: Rick Bass Allen Jones Ralph Beer Pete Fromm Russell Chatham William Kittredge Fred Haefele Dan Flores Kim Zupan Wally Mcrae James Crumley Tim Cahill Toby Thompson Scott Mcmillion Denis Johnson Gary Ferguson Doug Peacock Brian Baise Jon A. Jackson Greg Keeler Stephen J. Bodio Charles F. Waterman E. Donnall Thomas, Jr. Alan Kesselheim Robert F. Jones Annick Smith John Barness William Hjortsberg Geoff Norman Caroline Jeff Wetmore is the founder of "Big Sky Journal." Allen Jones...See more

The Contributors: Rick Bass Allen Jones Ralph Beer Pete Fromm Russell Chatham William Kittredge Fred Haefele Dan Flores Kim Zupan Wally Mcrae James Crumley Tim Cahill Toby Thompson Scott Mcmillion Denis Johnson Gary Ferguson Doug Peacock Brian Baise Jon A. Jackson Greg Keeler Stephen J. Bodio Charles F. Waterman E. Donnall Thomas, Jr. Alan Kesselheim Robert F. Jones Annick Smith John Barness William Hjortsberg Geoff Norman Caroline Jeff Wetmore is the founder of "Big Sky Journal." Allen Jones is the editor of Big Sky Journal. Both men live in Bozeman, Montana See less

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Essay about Stewardship

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Around the world in Christian and secular circles we hear the word stewardship. Not only is stewardship one of the basic issues discussed in scripture, but it’s also something we neglect as something we need to concentrate on while going through our own Christian walk. We live in a society that is very individualistic, concentrating on whatever will bring pleasure and make us feel good. Stewardship definitely doesn’t fit into the way society is today. Before going to far into this, what exactly is stewardship? Stewardship is taking care of or managing every God-given resource with an attitude of responsibility directing such resources for his intended purposes. To truly understand stewardship, we need to first look at what God says in his…show more content…

There will come a day when we are going to be accountable for all our sins. Standing before Christ, we will be asked how we plead to these sins, and judgement will occur. Throughout the Bible stewardship is scattered everywhere, from the Old Testament days of Moses and Abraham to the teachings of the disciples and Paul. When one carefully studies the word of God, it is truly evident that we are to be stewards of our total self, not just time, talents, and money. God calls us to give our lives up, not just our resources.
     There are six separate and distinct categories when defining one’s wellness. Those stages are physical, social, vocational, environmental, psychological, and spiritual. Without one the other could not exist. Physical wellness includes being physically fit, eating nutritiously, and getting adequate sleep. I consider myself to be doing well in this category. I always am in bed before midnight, and exercise at least four to five times in a week. I consider my diet to be the one thing lacking when looking deeper into my physical well-being. Social wellness means having satisfying, trusting relationships and interacting well with others. I feel that this is also a strong part of my total wellness. I feel confident as well as excited to meet new people here at Cornerstone everyday. Vocational wellness is finding meaning in and satisfaction with your school, job, and leisure pursuits. Looking at the vocational

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