Melodie Davis
Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Lynn Miller, stewardship investing consultant for Mennonite Mutual Aid in Goshen, Ind., and author of four books, is the guest on the Shaping Families radio program this week. Miller shares from his own family experience with aging parents and addresses aging in relationship to good stewardship.

Miller served in voluntary service with various agencies and has been a pastor and a pioneer in the development of “firstfruits” stewardship theology. 

Shaping Families is now being aired on nine stations with podcasts available from the Web site www.ShapingFamlies.com. It is produced by Third Way Media, a division of Mennonite Mission Network, on behalf of the Mennonite churches.

 

 

 

 

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