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Caring for All God Entrusted to Us

Micah Carter (Author), Dr. Fred Luter (Author)

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Manage: Caring for All God Entrusted to Us is a Bible study that takes a practical, but scriptural approach to using God’s gifts to us: money, time, relationships, and the environment. This four-session Bible study helps you understand how to manage and leverage resources for God’s mission faithfully. Manage is an invaluable small group experience that helps you understand your role in biblical stewardship.

Sessions Include:

  • Stewarding God’s Money
  • Discerning Our Days
  • Building Healthy Relationships
  • Ruling the Earth

Features Include:

  • 4 sessions
  • No prep, facilitator led small group experiences with follow-up personal Bible study experiences
  • Practical application steps that enable readers to assess their balancing and budgeting of God’s gifts and to make changes as needed
  • Analyzes stewardship through the lens of Scripture
  • Great for college students and young adults to understand what God expects of their use of money, time management, relationships with Him and others, and caring for our planet
  • 96 pages
Item Number 005474749
Length 8.50
Binding Paperback
Language English
Medium Format Paperback
Sessions 4
Height 0.21
ISBN13 9781415872383
Publisher LifeWay Christian Resources
ISBN10 1415872384
Contributors Micah Carter (Author)|Dr. Fred Luter (Author)
Publication Date 2012-10-01
Type Study Guide
Width 5.30
Pages 96
Product Group Bible Study

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