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Resource: Kit (FIRSLA) First; Putting GOD First in Living and Giving - Stewardship Program Kit     
Author: Slaughter, Michael
Publisher: Abingdon Press, 2013
Vendor: ChristianBook.com
Length: 8 pieces
Heading: STE — Stewardship
Subjects: Spiritual formation; Stewardship
Location: STE
# Copies: 2
ISBN/ISSN: 9781426775734
Description: What happens when we truly put God first in all aspects of our lives?
In a culture guided chiefly by shiny, life-promising distractions, “enough” seems elusive and keeps us indebted to that next source of satisfaction. What if the Giver of Life offered freedom from this downward spiral—would you take it? In First: Putting God First in Living and Giving, pastor and author Mike Slaughter conducts a four-week all-church stewardship program to help participants reassess priorities and create a culture and a lifestyle of giving with a special emphasis on missions. To help parents educate and model generosity for their kids, First includes components for children and youth that help families explore financial decisions together.
This program kit includes one each of the program components: "shiny gods: finding freedom from things that distract us;" Program Guide with Flash Drive; Children’s Leader Guide; Youth Study Edition; DVD with Leader Guide; and Devotional Book.
Sessions include:
Naming Our Idols;
Money, Work, and Debt;
Heart Giving.
4 sessions, 8-13 minutes each
Materials: shiny gods DVD
shiny gods Book
shiny gods Leader's Guide
first Program Guide (Inside Case)
Flash Drive
Youth Study Edition
Chldren's Leader Guide
Links:Shiny Gods Promo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfannwZGSZA
Age Groups: Lower elementary; Upper Elementary; Middle School; High School; Young Adult; Adult (30-65)

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