Pastor Jamie has just posted some new content on the Faith’s Next Adventure Blog. This newest post is about derelict captains, deadly shipwrecks, and God’s desire for His children and His church. Make sure you check it out. Here is a brief excerpt . . .

Faith’s Next Adventure is not specifically about money. Instead, it is about stewardship in general. Stewardship is the biblical idea that God gives us all that we have (our time, our talents, and our treasures) so that we can use these gifts to bring Him the maximum amount of honor and glory. Jesus was truly a great steward, Paul was a great steward, Peter was a great steward, and throughout history there have been thousands of men and women who have proven themselves to be faithful stewards of God’s gifts. Unfortunately, history also records the stories of those who fail to properly steward God’s gifts. This is one such story . . .

It was September 1, 1785. A ship bound from Londonderry, Ireland to Philadelphia was drawing near to the end of its long voyage; it would only be a few more hours before the destination would be reached  . . . Read the full post at the Faith’s Next Adventure blog (http://faithsnextadventure.wordpress.com).

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