“Giving it away works, but you have to try it to see it working for you.”
– Jack and Marcia Price.
What we do at St. Paul Matters!
Stewardship is much more than a few church-related activities. It’s making a choice, one small step at a time, to acknowledge our dependence on God for all we have and all we are. As a steward at St. Paul’s, we recognize that everything we have and everything we love is only on loan from God. We use our time, talent and treasure gifts from God to serve others for His Glory. It is in giving, after all, that we receive.
If you are interested in joining St. Paul’s Stewardship Council, contact Darrel Chaney at 770-715-1599 or email me at email@example.com. Also, I would like all the current members of the Stewardship Council to contact me to confirm their participation in 2016. Thanks! ~Darrel
A New Year’s Resolution: The ancient Egyptians buried their treasure with the dead so they could use it in the next life. As Christians we know that we take nothing with us when we die, so we can decide now how we can leave a lasting gift when we are gone. Making a will or reviewing your will is a great New Year’s resolution. Please remember to include a gift to your parish or the parish endowment fund in your will or estate plans. There are tools for planning your will online at www.cfngalegacy.org. For more information, contact Juliet Greco at the Catholic Foundation of North Georgia at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-497-9440.