Christians in an Age of Wealth: A Biblical Theology of Stewardship

by Craig Blomberg, Jonathan Lunde. Zondervan, 2013.


Part of a series, this resource offers an evangelical theological framework for understanding Christian approaches to wealth, stewardship, and responsibility.


insights from scripture; the role and responsibility of individuals, civic institutions, and churches; generosity, tithes and taxes, relevant issues for congregations

Recommended Audience

Clergy and lay leaders


Purchase as a book or e-book

Practical Applications

  • Consider the congregation's role as stewards of wealth and resources by reading the conclusion and discussing its insights with clergy and lay leaders.
  • Gain a deeper understanding of stewardship through a biblical lens by studying this resource and case studies described.

About the Contributor

Melissa Spas

Melissa Spas is the managing director of the Lake Institute on Faith & Giving, where she develops and leads educational programs and partnerships with religious organizations and the people who lead them. She has also worked for leadership education at Duke Divinity, where she contributed to the development, design, and delivery of strategic leadership programs and resources for Christian institutions. 

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