Item description for Stewardship (I Like Being in Parish Ministry) by Daniel Conway...
Overview This is an invaluable resource for members of a parish stewardship committee and also for members of the parish social ministry committee. Stewardship is not just about money but about something much more fundamental: how we respond to God's call to be disciples of Christ and how we live out that response in our daily lives. In a simple, practical, and concise style, Daniel Conway shows why stewardship is an essential aspect of Christian living and describes how it takes form at the parish level.
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Studio: Twenty-Third Publications
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8" Width: 5.74" Height: 0.15" Weight: 0.15 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2005
Publisher Twenty-Third Publications
Series I Like Being In Parish Ministry
ISBN 1585955248 ISBN13 9781585955244
Availability 0 units.
More About Daniel Conway
Dan Conway Senior Vice President for Planning, Marketing and Advancement, Marian University, Indianapolis, Indiana An internationally known author, speaker and consultant on stewardship themes, Dan Conway has more than thirty years of experience helping Catholic organizations in strategic planning, communications, stewardship education, and development. Dan joined the staff of Marian University in May 2012 following 20 years of consulting with Catholic organizations in the areas of strategic planning, communications, stewardship education, and development. He served as chief stewardship and development officer for St. Meinrad Archabbey and Seminary (1979-88), the Archdiocese of Louisville (1988-93), the Archdiocese of Indianapolis (1993-97), and the Archdiocese of Chicago (1998-99). Dan recently served as Consultant for Mission Advancement to the Most Rev. Robert J. Carlson, Archbishop of St. Louis. Mr. Conway taught in the International Catholic Stewardship Council's Institute for Stewardship and Development for many years beginning in l993, and he writes a regular column on stewardship themes, The Good Steward, for diocesan newspapers and other publications. During the past 15 years Mr. Conway has provided consulting services to more than 30 Catholic organizations, including archdioceses, dioceses, seminaries, Catholic schools, and religious communities. A graduate of Saint Meinrad College, he earned a Master of Arts degree in Religious Studies from Indiana University and a Master of Religious Education from St. Meinrad School of Theology.
Daniel Conway has an academic affiliation as follows - Texas A & M University.