What is your first memory of receiving money for getting a job done? Is it the allowance your parents gave you for doing chores around the house, or money you received for baby sitting or mowing a neighbor’s lawn? Did you spend it right away, or save up to buy something you wanted? Or maybe you shared it with a brother, sister or friend, or used it to buy a gift for someone else? Regardless, your first experience earning money and owning something probably felt pretty good. And your pattern of handling your money and possessions probably started back then, too. This Sunday, we’ll look at how earning money and owning things is actually part of God’s plan for showing us how to take care of his world. Join us for this second in a four-part series on Stewardship.