Ministry Stewardship Personal Stewardship
"Biblical Stewardship is the care for and use of all that God has entrusted to us."
Eternal Vision is a unique ministry that combines teaching, preaching, and personal discipleship of Christians in the area of Biblical stewardship with the building of ministry endowments that provide permanent financial assistance for Christian schools, colleges, camps, and other ministries.
Treasure Builders: Practical Biblical Stewardship Lessons
Treasure BuildersTM is a professionally produced pastoral tool to extend Eternal Vision's teaching ministry in the area of Biblical financial stewardship. You can creatively integrate the Treasure Builders material into your adult teaching program, discipleship classes, newcomer packets or community outreach events. Each lesson provides Biblical insight, builds conviction, and challenges believers in the areas of personal and corporate stewardship responsibility.
The Christian Education Vision Endowment Program
Eternal Vision has designed a solution to the perpetual funding problems encountered by Christian schools. A school's lack of funding cannot be solved with tuition dollars alone! Our Vision Endowment™ program gives you, as a Christian educator, everything you need to solve the funding problem . . . forever! The constant revenue stream generated by your Vision Endowment is specifically targeted to impact quality by raising teacher compensation and providing tuition assistance for responsible families.
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Turbulent Financial Times
Isn't it incredible how financial issues impact our theology? Sad how the turbulent times expose the weakness in our faith. How much trust are we really putting in our uncertain riches? There is hope! The Bible counsels Christians to keep our trust in the living God, not their stuff. This article acknowledges the difficulties of turbulent financial times, but provides practical suggestions for every Christian to honor the Lord by practicing Biblical stewardship.
Will We Just Stand Here and Watch Her Die?
The modern Christian school movement is in serious trouble. The voices of concern and solution seem to be few and far between. Can a generation of leaders who have been trusted with carrying the banner of this noble cause just stand there and watch the Christian school movement die?