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Discussing Christian Stewardship, we used to talk about time and talents, not just money, as is the custom now. When did the change come about? Is it time to recover a more balanced approach?

It was probably only 15 years ago that I was last handed a form to fill in that dealt with time, talents, and money. I think that the reason for the demise of the combination is that they require different administrative methods. ...

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Fri 20 Jan 17 @ 15:20
@claireylegs Good point, thanks for letting us know. Will get that changed now.

Fri 20 Jan 17 @ 15:14
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