Book: Raising Up Good Stewards: God's People Using God's Money for God's Glory
Imagine if you could:
-Increase church giving with integrity
-Support your family and the needy
-Restore the church's witness and credibility in corrupt contexts
Solving the money problems in your church doesn't require outside donors or unethical shortcuts. Learn practical and proven truths from God's people - in the Bible, church history, and in today's churches.
Jesus taught about money as an integral part of discipleship, and the early church practiced what he taught. If we took Jesus seriously in asking him how he would like us to handle his resources, we would see a totally transformed church and society.
In Raising Up Good Stewards, learn how to increase church giving with integrity, support your family and the needy, restore the church’s witness, and credibility in corrupt contexts. Solving the money problems in churches doesn’t require outside donors or unethical shortcuts. As we become good stewards using what Jesus has entrusted to us, he will use us to bless our world.
Dr Joseph William Black is a theologian and church historian who has been training leaders for African churches since 2000. His passion for stewardship came from serving the churches of Ethiopia and Kenya, including pastoring the largest English-language church in Ethiopia. He brings a unique biblical and historical perspective to the subject, with a BA from Duke University, an MDiv from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and a PhD in history from the University of Cambridge. He has served as a lecturer and the Deputy Dean of the Makarios III Patriarchal Orthodox Seminary in Nairobi and is currently a Senior Lecturer at St Paul’s University in Theology and History. He lives, teaches, and preaches from Nairobi, Kenya.