Welcome and thank you for visiting the Stewardship and Planned Giving webpage of Potomac Conference Corporation of Seventh-day Adventists. Our main goal is to encourage each other to exercise our faith muscle in all aspects of our life. Let’s encourage one another to trust God and His promises and let’s experience the joy that comes from living a life according to His holy and perfect will.
It is our desire to work hand in hand with our local churches and support in the following ways: Stewardship weekend training, assist the churches in organizing philanthropic campaigns for local projects, assist in the processing of wills and establishing trusts, provide resources that strengthen our dependence and trust in God. Should you have a comment or question, feel free to contact us at (540) 886-0771 ext. 203. Looking forward to working together to advance the good news of Christ’s soon return!
Stewardship and Planned Giving
Interim Representative: Karen Senecal
Stewardship is the lifestyle of one who accepts Christ, walking in partnership with God, and acting as God’s agent to manage His affairs on earth. It is a way of showing gratitude to God for the many blessings he has given us and neither begins nor ends with money. Every aspect of our life is related to stewardship and affects the way Christians live. Stewardship is lordship…management…a relationship. It requires faithfulness and has restrictions. Real stewardship is a decision; a choice we make that touches everything else we do. It means developing our energy, abilities, time, and resources for God. The heart of stewardship is a partnership with God.
The Stewardship Department of the Potomac Conference serves our members and staff as they live to serve the Kingdom of God.
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Stewardship is more than just money matters. It encompasses your lifestyle and everything you do–it is a life of commitment. As Seventh-day Adventists, we practice principles of systematic giving—returning to God His tithe and giving offerings freely, as an act of worship. The church organization receives these funds to use for the local, regional, and global needs of the Gospel work.