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If you've ever had a calling but felt stuck listen to get unstuck so you can live your calling. The Inspired Stewardship Podcast will help you focus on investing in yourself, investing in others, developing your influence, and impacting the world by becoming a better steward of your time, your talent, and your treasures.
 
Many people think that "stewardship" is all about giving money to the church. It is often recognized as just a church word, but stewardship is so much more than that. We are here to help you understand the broad meaning of Stewardship. This concept permeates every aspect of your life. To steward is to take care of the things that have been entrusted to you. So this podcast is all about equipping you to wisely manage your influence, your resources, and your life.
 
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Maximizing God’s gifts to you and your parish - Why are you here and Why does your Parish exist? Explore God’s personal calling for you and your Parish. Learn the latest research, best practices and creative ideas to improve the operations of your Parish and the quality of your life.
 
Certified Financial Planner, Ashley Hodge shares his expertise about the stewardship of not only your finances, but your life in every episode - focusing on 4 areas: Money, Abilities, Time, Health. Subscribe now so you don't miss an episode. Find out more at http://www.AshleyHodge.com
 
The Compass Opioid Stewardship Program aims to combat the opioid epidemic through education. The program aims to accomplish the following goals: 1. Educate and provide outreach to outlier prescribers of opioids about best practices for prescribing opioids 2. Educate and provide outreach to outlier prescribers of opioids about non-opioid pain management therapies 3. Reduce the amount of opioid prescriptions prescribed by eligible prescribers
 
The Compass Opioid Stewardship Program aims to combat the opioid epidemic through education. The program aims to accomplish the following goals: 1. Educate and provide outreach to outlier prescribers of opioids about best practices for prescribing opioids 2. Educate and provide outreach to outlier prescribers of opioids about non-opioid pain management therapies 3. Reduce the amount of opioid prescriptions prescribed by eligible prescribers
 
The Ship is a podcast designed to equip you to overcome all the challenges that occur at the intersection of church leadership and stewardship. Discussions revolve around church leadership and stewardship, the importance of discipleship and relationship to these areas, capital campaigns, and much more. Through interviews with amazing church leaders, conversations with world-class capital campaign consultants, and discussions with millennial leaders in the church, you will leave encouraged, c ...
 
Welcome to The Farmer podcast! This podcast aims to serve those engaged in or aspiring to farm or homestead. Learn from Angela's successes and failures as she shares her experiences. The Farmer podcast is geared toward the beginning farmer or homesteader, but includes in-depth info on animal health, soil science, food preservation, homesteading skills and so much more!
 
On The Generosity Labs Podcast, hosted by Kenny Jahng, we talk to pastors, consultants, service providers and other church leaders. We discuss the current trends, models and best practices for developing giving as a robust part of your community life. Are you ready to learn more about how you can get a culture of generosity to flourish from the inside out? Discover more resources and transcripts of our podcast episodes at www.GenerosityLabs.org
 
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In tonight’s Saturday Night Special, I interview Shayna Rattler about her message of making a God Shift. I ask her what a God Shift is and how we recognize we might need one. I ask Shayna to share with you how to make such a shift successfully. Show Notes and Resources.
 
Arizona has a new law that will provide thousands of dollars to families to help provide a better educational experience for students - but there are organizations trying to put a stop to it. The Expanded ESA plan is designed to empower Arizona parents to choose the best educational option that fits their needs regardless of zip code or income. Tod…
 
Adhering to the tenets of Ag Econ 101, a pair of beginning farmers are avoiding commodity row crops and embracing grazing, silvopasturing, and “bale grazed veggies.” More Information: • LSP’s Soil Health & Grazing web page • Ear to the Ground Episode 246: Letting Livestock do the Work You can find LSP Ear to the… Read More → Source…
 
In Part 2 of a two-part show, Bill and colleagues Nick Chakos, Steve Tibbs, and Dr. Mitch Owens continue their exploration of the 6 Pillars and 30 Building Blocks of effective and healthy parishes, and how the Effective Parish Assessment works to provide invaluable information to Orthodox Christian parishes…
 
What you will hear in this podcast: “A faithful steward should always be able to answer the question, why?” “Money is not actually that complicated. The math is pretty easy…it’s the emotional side of things that makes things really difficult.” “There’s so much stimulation that’s telling us, “This will fix your problem; this will make you more attra…
 
In today’s episode about developing your influence through stewarding your treasures, I talk with you about why money is often used as a measure of success. I share why you need to think more about what success really means to you. I also share why defining success in this way often leads to hoarding rather than growing. Show Notes and Resources.…
 
In today’s episode about developing your influence by stewarding your time, I talk with you about how success is not only about the goal, but the journey. I share why all too often folks confuse success with the emotion they are after. I also talk about how you can shift your thinking to find more balance and harmony in your life. Show Notes and Re…
 
In today’s interview with Rob Cook, I ask Rob about leadership and influence. I also as Rob to share what he feels success looks like. Rob also shares with you the difference between real success and failure. Show Notes and Resources.Di Scott Maderer
 
Doctors know the tests to administer to assess our personal health. Financial planners know how to assess our financial health. However, our parishes lack similar empirical and validated tools to help them.After over 20 years of working with over 500 Orthodox Christian parishes and completing strategic plans that cover over 26% of Orthodox Christia…
 
In today’s episode about investing in others through stewarding your treasures, I talk with you about setting better money boundaries. I share some of the things that challenge our money boundaries. I also talk about setting boundaries and sticking to them for money success. Show Notes and Resources.…
 
In today’s episode about investing in others through stewarding your talent, I talk with you about why it’s so difficult to set boundaries and share 6 reasons why it’s hard. I share why setting boundaries can cause you to lose what you want but get you what you need. I also talk about some of the areas of your life you may want to set boundaries. S…
 
In this episode of Stewardship Leader, we’re featuring another leader in the stewardship spotlight. We’re talking with Amber George, the Director of Kingdom Living Ministry and the Operations Pastor at Crossroads Church in Fredericksburg, VA, about her journey from a well-paying government job to full-time ministry. Her stewardship and generosity s…
 
In today’s episode about investing in others by stewarding your time, I talk with you about what it means to set your boundaries for productivity. I share how you need to set them, test them, and communicate them to be successful. I then share how you have to commit to those boundaries for productivity. Show Notes and Resources.…
 
In tonight’s Saturday Night Special I interview Donna Dahl. Donna shares with you how the challenges you face should help inspire you. Donna also shares how we can face challenges in a healthy way that both protects us and builds relationships with others. Donna also shares how she helps others develop their influence both as a coach herself and by…
 
In today’s episode about investing in yourself through stewarding your treasures, I talk with you about how the three prongs of interest, importance, and priority help make decisions about money. I talk about what each of these means and doesn’t mean. I also talk about how understanding how your relationship with money is governed by these helps yo…
 
In today’s episode about investing in yourself through stewarding your talent, I talk with you about how the three prongs of interest, importance, and priority help make decisions about relationships. I talk about what each of these means and doesn’t mean. I also talk about how understanding how your relationships are governed by these helps you re…
 
In today’s episode about investing in yourself by stewarding your time, I talk with you about how the three prongs of interest, importance, and priority help make decisions about time. I talk about what each of these means and doesn’t mean. I also talk about how understanding how your relationship with time is governed by these helps you reflect an…
 
In today’s spiritual foundation episode about investing in yourself, I talk with you about the phrase God Helps Those Who Help Themselves. I talk about how this is not biblical when it comes to salvation. I also talk about how this is not an excuse for inactivity. Show Notes and Resources.Di Scott Maderer
 
The Christian Stewardship Network has always been about supporting church leaders and stewardship champions whose calling is to teach and equip God’s people with his financial principles. For the past 20+ years, we’ve been coming together at the CSN Annual Forum. This has always been a special time together, but not nearly enough to grow and help o…
 
In today’s interview with Rob Cook, I ask Rob about why he became a financial advisor. I also ask Rob to share why his faith journey intersects with his job and his podcast, Contenders Wanted. Rob also shares with you how his failures and mistakes have led to where he is today. Show Notes and Resources.…
 
In tonight’s Saturday Night Special I interview Nick Kennedy. Nick talks with you about his journey from founder of a private airline to focusing on becoming a “Good Entrepreneur.” Nick and I talk with you about his book and why he defines entrepreneurship differently from most. Nick also shares with you how his faith journey also intersected with …
 
There’s a connection between the biome beneath our feet and the bounty on our table. Allen Williams thinks research linking soil health and nutrient density of food holds huge potential for advancing regenerative agriculture. 4th of 4 episodes in a series: Episode 1 Episode 2 Episode 3 More Information: Allen Williams will be presenting on two sout…
 
Allen Williams describes how regenerative practices are working on four farming operations representing widely divergent geographical locations and enterprises. 3rd of 4 episodes in a series: Episode 1 Episode 2 Episode 4 More Information: Allen Williams will be presenting on two southeastern Minnesota farms Aug. 17-18, 2022. For details and to reg…
 
In today’s episode about impacting the world through stewarding your treasures, I talk with you about the five levels of commitment. I also share how those five levels affect our approach to money. I also talk about why deciding up front what level of commitment you have helps you change. Show Notes and Resources.…
 
In today’s episode about impacting the world through stewarding your talent, I talk with you about the difference between risks and experiments. Why having a mindset that allows you to filter fatal versus non-fatal risk is needed. I also share why having a mindset of experiments helps you move forward. Show Notes and Resources.…
 
The decision of which college to go to, or even if college is the right move, can be difficult for anyone - but this crucial decision affects their relationships, their finances, and their future. In today's podcast, Grant and Daniel talk about how their college experiences shaped their lives, and more importantly, they equip you with some ideas ab…
 
In today’s episode about impacting the world by stewarding your time, I talk with you about the different personalities and their approach to time. I share how your personality affects your approach to priorities and goals. I also share some tips for each of the personalities can deal with time. Show Notes and Resources.…
 
In this episode of Stewardship Leader we are interviewing Ken Schafer, a stewardship pastor at Brentwood Baptist Church in Brentwood, TN. Ken’s personal testimony and his journey of stewardship and generosity have been refined through a business interest, working for Ramsey Solutions, and as a stewardship pastor. We hope you will be inspired and he…
 
In tonight’s Saturday Night Special I talk with Joshua Johnson. Joshua and I talk with you about the power of recognizing and understanding different cultures. Joshua and I also talk about how his faith intersected and developed with his understanding of other cultures. Joshua also shares with you how this growth can help you understand your own ca…
 
Allen Williams asks, “What is a weed?” and lays out the three rules of adaptive stewardship. 2nd of 4 episodes in a series: Episode 1 Episode 3 Episode 4 More Information: Allen Williams will be presenting on two southeastern Minnesota farms Aug. 17-18, 2022. For details and to register, click here. LSP’s Soil Health Web Page Understanding Ag… Read…
 
For over a century, the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese has brought people closer to Christ as it survived depressions, wars, social upheavals, natural and man-made disasters, and societal pressures and issues that could not have been imagined by the faithful in Christ’s time. Join Bill Marianes as he broadcasts LIVE from the Marriott Marquis in New Yor…
 
It's not enough to WANT to be a positive influence on others you have to really work at it. Join in to hear some of the tips to becoming a positive influence, hear me share a little bit about my journey through a period of contemplating suicide and how positive influences helped me out of it. Show Notes and Resources.…
 
In tonight’s Saturday Night Special I interview Rachel Murphy. I ask Rachel to share how her journey led her to writing a book on teaching teens how to handle money. I also ask Rachel to talk with you about some of the good (and bad) ways we teach kids about money. I also ask Rachel to share how her faith journey intersects with her call to write t…
 
Allen Williams believes that farming in nature’s image isn’t just a nice idea, it’s an agricultural/ecological imperative. 1st of 4 episodes in a series: Episode 2 Episode 3 Episode 4 More Information: Allen Williams will be presenting on two southeastern Minnesota farms Aug. 17-18, 2022. For details and to register, click here. LSP’s Soil Health W…
 
In today’s episode about investing in others through stewarding your treasures, I talk with you about how we often give to family and friends, and it makes things weird. I share some tips on how you can give without creating that tension. I also talk about what to do when you can’t or don’t want to help. Show Notes and Resources.…
 
In today’s episode about investing in others through stewarding your talent, I talk with you about why curiosity is so important for serving others. I share how to have a posture of curiosity when dealing with others. I also share some of the things that block you from having a curious position. Show Notes and Resources.…
 
In today’s episode about investing in others by stewarding your time, I talk with you about why we often don’t take the time to serve. I share five ways to take the time to serve others well. I also share why allowing the time to serve is important. Show Notes and Resources.Di Scott Maderer
 
Today, we listen to a clip from Dave Ramsey's radio show. In it, Dave is asked if there is such a thing as "good debt," especially if the interest on the debt is low. Mathematically, there is an objective truth: borrowing at a low rate to invest at a higher rate of return works. It is a wise use of leverage. But does that make the debt "good?" We a…
 
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