2022 Board members

The Board of Stewardship works to promote the principle of Christian stewardship, the practice of our purposed and proportionate giving of time, abilities, and material possessions. This is based on the Biblical tenet that all we have is a trust from God, to be used for the benefit of all in grateful response to Christ’s redeeming love.

The Board of Stewardship emphasizes opportunities and encourages congregation members to use their God-given talents, time, and treasures to build up His Church. We respond out of love, grateful for what God did for us through His Son. One way to think of Stewardship is:  Evangelism brings people to the church, and Stewardship provides opportunities for involvement.

The main activity our board is known for is October’s Stewardship Month.

One goal for this year is to kick off the month with a tailgate party. We are going to try to coordinate this with a Husker game.

We are also excited about some of our other goals for this year. We are going to try to provide more financial transparency about the church’s finances. Along with that, continue to ensure the budget supports the church’s goals. And lastly, to ask the congregation about topics regarding finances that they would like to know more about, and then develop programs that address these topics.

Pastor emphasizes stewardship of time, talents, and treasures at least once every three months to help us better understand and lives as faithful stewards. We are here to help you in any way to be good stewards of the gifts God has given you. Financial Peace University is an example of equipping people to be good financial stewards. Another avenue is the congregation’s Endowment Fund. Consider Lord of Life in your estate planning. Please ask us if you have any questions.