The Vine Fellowship Church - Copley Ohio

Stewardship News

Fall is a time of beautiful landscapes covered in changing leaves, a time of harvest

and bounty from what we have grown throughout the year, and it is a time to be

thankful for what we have in our lives. Now is the time for us to commit to our fi-

nancial Stewardship for next year.

Our Scripture is “The Principle of the Faithful Giver (1 Timothy 6:17-18). Be

‘ready to share’ (NRSV). Paul’s command highlights the nature of why we give –

because God expects us to do so. Our resources serve as another opportunity to be

a part of the work of God in this world and to do good things in God’s name. We

do not share our resources for pride or personal gain but because God covets the

whole of our lives, including our earthly possessions, to be offered in His service.”

Stanford, S. “6 Principles of Biblical Stewardship” 1 August 2016.

“Give yourself an invaluable gift this season: the opportunity to bring-

what has been hidden into the light, to overcome fears of scarcity, live

out of a sense of abundance, and experience the fullness of life God of-

fers us in love.” Dunham, L. “How Much is Enough?” The Stewardship

Magazine 2005 p.13.

Take time to add up your talents this month and may you be “ready to

share” as you pledge your financial commitment to God through The

Vine Fellowship Church in the New Year.

For those who use or would like to use offering envelopes in 2022, please see Lori Detweiler (Stewardship & Finance Chair) or Stew Buchanan, Treasurer. You can also call the church office (330-576-6608) or email our administrative assistant at [email protected] to get in touch with the team.

Financial News

Stewardship pledge cards will be sent out in November of 2022. Please stay tuned for more details!