Betsey Schwarzentraub is director of stewardship development for the California-Nevada United Methodist Foundation. She is the author of many articles about stewardship and development. An ordained clergy member of the California-Nevada Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church, Schwarzentraub leads workshops and training events across the U.S. Schwarzentraub earned her doctorate from San Francisco Theological Seminary. She is the recipient of the Outstanding Stewardship Educator Award, given by the Christian Stewardship Association and is a member of the board of directors of the Ecumenical Stewardship Center.
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Afire with God

Becoming Spirited Stewards  
Betsy Schwarzentraub
Stewardship is a dirty word in most churches. Pastors preach about it knowing they must while members sit uncomfortably through the "it's-that-time-again" sermons and other appeals. Afire with God urges ministries and congregations to become stewards-in-action of all God has entrusted to us. Members go beyond thinking in terms of dollars contributed to see stewardship as becoming living examples of the gospel. "Real stewardship is radical, which means going to the roots of our faith," writes ...