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The Good Steward Video Series

by Kielar, Mark

Cross TV 2005

Runs on Windows, Mac and mobile.
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The Good Steward Video Series
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Overview

Logos is pleased to offer the CrossTV/Word Pictures video series The Good Steward as our newest addition to the Libronix video library. Using the Libronix Digital Library System, with incorporated video capabilities, this 16-part series is accessible for study and reference. The video book series utilizes the same tagging techniques featured in our electronic book collections, so it fits seamlessly into your existing library.

All sincere believers long to hear those wonderful words from our Lord and Savior on Judgment Day: “Well done, my good and faithful servant!” But issues of stewardship can be as confusing as they are challenging. Is it biblical to borrow money? Is tithing commanded in Scripture? How much money is appropriate to keep, and how much should be given to the poor and needy? This 16-part series answers those questions and dozens more like them. It explains that true, biblical stewardship involves much more than just money.

Both the history of Christianity and our own consciences testify to what the Bible clearly teaches: over-indulgence in material things is a morally dangerous and potentially deadly sin. Yet, even many denominations within Christendom have struggled greatly in determining where to draw the lines in indulgence which begs the question: if it is wrong to be overly-indulgent with material things, yet even the church itself has struggled in this area, then where does one draw such lines? How much is too much?

The Good Steward has been designed to help draw those lines. Not by creating an arbitrary, man-made list of dos-and-don’ts. Rather, by exegetically drawing out from Scripture the principles, precepts and promises of God that will provide the true, sincere, regenerate Christian with a biblical template that can be safely and reliably placed over the myriad of ever-changing, highly individualized circumstances of life; a flexible template, yet one able to provide a definitive, unwavering, unchanging direction in each and every individual circumstance.

Hosted by Mark Kieler, The Good Steward series offers powerful tools to help align your stewardship with the instructions presented in the Bible. Don’t miss out on this life-changing series!

Episode Guide

Episode 1: Giving an Account, Part 1

  • Question # 1 “What does it mean to be a ‘Steward?’” (Psalm 24:1)
  • Question # 2 “Exactly what possessions are we called to be “Stewards” over? (I Corinthians 10:31)

Episode 2: Giving an Account, Part 2

  • Question # 3: What will happen (at the end of our lives) when each of us will hear THESE words from God: “Give an account of your STEWARDSHIP. For you can no longer be STEWARD.” (Luke 16:2)
  • “Were you a good and faithful STEWARD with money?” (Luke 16:13)

Episode 3: Financial Stewardship

  • Biblical Use of Money (Luke 16:9)
  • Scripture Boundaries for “Gaining All We Can” (Matthew 6:25b)

Episode 4: Biblical Use of Money, Part 1

  • Abuses in the Church (Luke 16:10-12)
  • Explanation of 1 John 2 (1 John 2:15-17)

Episode 5: Biblical Use of Money, Part 2

  • 4 practical, general instructions on the Biblical use of money (1 Timothy 6:6-10)
  • 4 questions to help you scripturally gauge your purchases (Colossians 3:5-8)

Episode 6: Stewardship to the Poor

  • What is important to God? (Hebrews 5:13-6:1a,6:3,7-12)
  • What exactly is the “Biblical Approach?” (Proverbs 14:31)
  • Who is Wealthy Enough to Give? (1 Timothy 6:7-8)

Episode 7: Common Questions, Scriptural Answers

  • The Bible was never designed to give Christians specific instruction for every specific duty (Mark 9:50c)
  • Tithing: Should Christians Tithe? (Malachi 3:6-12)

Episode 8: Saving

  • What Exactly is forbidden in Matthew 6:19 (Matthew 6:19-21)
  • 4 Basic instructions given in 1 Timothy 6:17-19 (James 1:9-11)
  • Guidelines for Specific Application (Ecclesiastes 9:11-12)

Episode 9: Selling, Part 1

  • Mark 10:17-27; A Biblical Exposition
  • Summary of Mark 10:17-27

Episode 10: Selling, Part 2

  • We are to use our God given financial resources for four purposes only (Proverbs 14:8a,15)
  • Providential Inner Restraints… (Job 19:13-16)

Episode 11: The Danger of Riches, Part 1

  • Riches can also be a gift from God (Psalm 112:1-3)
  • Bible’s definition of “Rich”

Episode 12: The Danger of Riches, Part 2

  • 12 Questions
  • 4 Purposes of Money (John 6:27,35)

Episode 13: Donating

  • Six “Thoughts” regarding “Christian Giving” (2 Corinthians 9:7)
  • Scripture that teaches us to make Biblical Distinction (Ecclesiastes 7:18)
  • Six General Guidelines to Generous (Yet Prudent) Giving (Matthew 8:5-13)

Episode 14: Be a Cheerful Giver

  • Three Reasons it’s difficult to be a “Cheerful Giver” (1 Corinthians 2:14)
  • How, Then, Do We “Become” Sincerely “Cheerful Givers?” (Matthew 25:14-30)

Episode 15: Borrowing

  • “Necessary” Debt (Nehemiah 5:8)
  • “Sinful” Debt
  • “Instrumental” Debt (Proverbs 22:7b)
  • “Bad” Debt (Romans 13:8)

Episode 16: Conclusion

  • Review of Principles
  • Safe, Practical Conclusion

Demo Clips

Below are two demo videos from The Good Steward series. The first is a 2:35 minute video, featuring a clip from Episode 1: “Giving an Account.” Here, Mark Kieler presents the trouble with the modern Christian’s prosperity and stewardship to the poor, as well as a biblical response.

In the second, 2:17 minute clip from Episode 4: “Donating,” Mark points out some inherent difficulties in knowing where to draw the line in stewardship.

The demos are presented as Streaming Windows Media files. Both are for demo purposes only. The actual quality of the Logos editions is superior.

Product Details

  • Title: The Good Steward Video Series
  • Presentor: Mark Kielar
  • Publisher: CrossTV/Word Pictures
  • Running Time: 20 Hours

About CrossTV/Word Pictures

About CrossTV

CrossTV is “a revolution in Christian television . . . led by the ultimate revolutionary . . . the ultimate non-conformist of all time, Jesus Christ.” Their Word Pictures videos discuss a wide range of topics, including Apologetics, Hermeneutics, and Salvation. Guest speakers on CrossTV include: Josh McDowell, Steve Gallagher, Joni Eareckson Tada, Erwin Lutzer, John MacArthur, and more! For more information about CrossTV, visit their website at http://www.crosstv.com/.

Be sure to check out the other great products from CrossTV: the Apologetics: Defending the Faith Video Series, A Workman Approved by God Video Series, the 2 Sides of the Same Coin Video Series, and The True Christian’s Love for the Unseen Christ Video Series.

About Word Pictures

From CrossTV/Word Pictures:

People are tired of a mock, pseudo, superficial Christianity. They’re realizing that despite all the hype and emotion up front, in the final analysis, much of modern Christianity is nothing more than a “form of Godliness, without the power.” (2 Timothy 3:5) Yet, there is a new, God-sent thirst and hunger amongst a relatively small (but rapidly growing) remnant of people, to experience, know, love, obey, suffer for, and serve the one, true, living God with all their hearts, souls, minds, and strength.

And those same people want a true, straight talking, plain speaking, “don’t tell me what you think I want to hear; tell me what I need to hear,” biblically accurate interpretation and exposition of God’s Word. They want to know what God wants us to know, the way he wants us to know it.

And people have grown weary of being hit up for money, or given “fluff” in place of doctrine, or having their intelligence insulted or placated in the name of Christianity. The result has been a genuine longing for the preaching and teaching that the Spurgeons and Wesleys and Edwardses of yesteryear were renowned for.

“Word Pictures” is one ministry’s God-fearing attempt to be faithful to that call.

More information available at http://www.crosstv.com/crosstv-work.html