LCEF has introduced a flexible way of investing with their new Gold Tier Steward Account. Imagine investing in such a way that benefits The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS), earns a competitive interest rate and gives you the kind of access you need to your funds. That’s what the Gold Tier Steward Account is all about…. Read more »
Lutheran Church Extension Fund has made some changes to their ConnectPLUS and PartnerPLUS programs. There is a minimum of $500 to start, with 2.5% – 3.0% interest rates available on your fixed rate term note. Contact TJ Mattick, our Indiana District Vice President & LCEF Representative at firstname.lastname@example.org or 812-841-3120 to learn more. Download a… Read more »
LCEF has some new rates available in November. Want to learn more? Contact our Indiana District LCEF representative, TJ Mattick, at email@example.com. You can also learn more at https://lcef.org/new-term-notes/.
Earlier this year, a short-term mission team from Indiana — including TJ Mattick, LCEF district vice-president, and Rev. Daniel Lepley, senior pastor of Our Shepherd Lutheran Church and School, Avon — partnered with Fountains of Hope to install two water purification systems at Point of Grace Academy, a Lutheran school in Ogal Beach, Kisumu, Kenya…. Read more »
Who is Lutheran Church Extension Fund? Take a look at some of their current numbers. Through the blessings of LCEF’s many investors and dedicated loan customers, they have been able to help make a difference for thousands of ministries. Want to learn more? Contact TJ Mattick, LCEF Vice-President for our Indiana District, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Young Investors Club of the Lutheran Church Extension Fund has released a delightful video asking children, “What is stewardship?” It’s a resource that can be shared with people of all ages to start a conversation about the wise use of our time, talent, and treasure. Here’s a direct link to the video for sharing… Read more »
Looking for a free and joyous activity for your church with a whole-life stewardship emphasis? There are now three sets of materials are now available for downloading free from the District’s website. These programs from Stewardship Advisors are Scripturally-based, grace-centered, copy-ready, and contain everything your LCMS church will need: Bible studies, bulletin messages, commitment forms, daily devotions,… Read more »
The stereotypical understanding of “stewardship” describes a process of giving, encourages generosity and seeks to inspire sacrificial giving. In my seven years in stewardship consulting, I’ve come to see “stewardship” and “generous giving” as a likely a second dynamic to “receiving” (yes, receiving). The grace to receive, the acceptance of God’s Gifts in whatever sacrificial… Read more »