Webster’s dictionary defines a steward like this:
one employed in a large household or estate to manage domestic concerns (such as the supervision of servants, collection of rents, and keeping of accounts)
However, in this episode, we define Biblical financial stewardship with these 5 points.
- Have a Plan
- Don’t Be Greedy
- Be Honest
- Leave a Legacy
- Understand Wealth as a Tool
In a statement, Jeremy defines Biblical financial Stewardship like this: using your financial resources to make your lifetime and legacy a kingdom impact. This is done by wise financial planning and honest business dealing that are above reproach – so that you can build wealth for the purpose of, providing for your family, caring for others, and investing in kingdom work.