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  1. Steve Earnshaw
    June 23, 2015 @ 7:14 am

    Great article, Rebekah.
    I totally agree with you that Jesus’ Big Dream was of the Kingdom of God come into our hearts and through us into the world. I recently heard a pastor say something like, “stewardship isn’t one aspect of the Christian life it is the embodiment of a Christian life.” With that in mind I thought of how each individual discipline you/she listed; prayer, hospitality, forgiveness and charity is a gift and each requires care and attention or it doesn’t happen. Of course these are not the only things that need stewardship, but if we neglect them, we are much more likely to neglect other gifts like this beautiful planet we live on and the precious relationships of friends and family and strangers that bless our lives, just to name a few. Thank you for the work you do, Rebekah! I appreciate your prophetic voice.

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    • Rebekah Simon-Peter
      August 27, 2015 @ 3:28 pm

      Stewardship is the embodiment of the Christian life. Good stuff! Thanks, Steve.

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