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Stewardship in a Digital Age with keynote speaker Rev. Adam Copeland
January 29, 2016, 10 am – 3 pm
Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary of Lenoir‐Rhyne University
4201 North Main Street, Columbia, South Carolina 29203
While stewardship is an ancient concept, the context of contemporary ministry demands new approaches to how we approach stewardship today. Digital technologies are transforming how all humans live and to what Christians are called. Stewardship in a digital age pushes us to new ways of electronic giving in congregations, but also to tackle new questions of how to steward technology itself. Grounded in the essentials of biblical stewardship, Copeland’s presentations will address electronic giving tools like automatic bank drafts, crowdfunding, and digital storytelling. Additionally, he will consider how our digital age calls us to steward technology and develop a gospel‐centered digital wisdom.
Registration Deadline: January 25. Lunch is included in your registration.
This event is presented by the LTSS Speakers and Events Committee and the LTSS/Region 9 ELCA Council for Stewardship Education.