Painting a Picture of Stewardship

Painting a Picture of Stewardship?

What if framed canvases balancing on easels indicated intentional giving?

What if brush strokes striking with regular rhythm, matched our heart beat and love for God?

What if blending of watercolors danced from generosity and melted down the page of time?

What if the first silhouette, first thoughts gave birth to joy in the very first moment of giving?

What if dimension became proportionate, became a tenth, became an easy and permanent design?

What if tithing and serving and identifying meaning was deeply textured with delight and cheerfulness?

What if 2 Cor 9:6-7, 1 Cor16:2, 2Cor 8:1-2, Deut 26:1-2 and Mark 12:41-44 were exactly a thousand words?

What if we reframe the picture of our stewardship life and ask God to paint it?

Biblical stewardship indeed draws us closer to God.

Glori Walker, Stewardship Chair

Inspired by Charles Lane, Author, “Ask, Thank, Tell” and the Holy Spirit, of course