Forming faithful stewards

Forming faithful stewards, together

“For we are what he has made us, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand to be our way of life.” Ephesians 2:10 Stewardship is about much more than money, and it’s more than what we do through our church. It’s a way of life; it’s our identity. God created us…

Sharing light

Every 4th of July, the town of Wisconsin Rapids has a big celebration with a parade and fireworks. People view the fireworks all along the riverbank, and Wisconsin Rapids Moravian Church (WRMC) has a brat fry for the community (the church is located right on the river where the festivities take place). This year, however,…

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Grants help churches provide housing and clothing

Your gifts to the Moravian Field of Interest Funds are making a difference in the lives of people in the communities where Moravian congregations have a presence! Your Moravian Ministries Foundation in America, custodian of the Moravian Giving Portal and the Moravian Field of Interest Funds, is proud to announce $3,400 in grants to three…

Now is the time

Summer has arrived. Typically our communities of faith make changes to their schedules this time of year: some committees don’t meet in July, certain programming is suspended until the fall, and many alter their Sunday morning routines by combining services or having fewer Sunday School offerings. But this has certainly not been a typical year,…

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Stewardship Spotlight: Recurring Stewardship

Isaiah 43:19 begins with “See, I am doing a new thing!” It is safe to say we are all doing new things this year, whether it’s having groceries delivered, worshiping online, or teaching our children from home. How has your stewardship changed during this pandemic? What new things are you doing to give of your…

In remembrance

Since the end of the Civil War, Americans have paused at the end of May to remember and honor their loved ones who fought for our freedom. I am old enough to remember this occasion as “Decoration Day.” In the Eastern Kentucky town where I grew up, people still gather socially with flowers and lawn…