Stewardship of Life



JUST LIVING  is one woman’s one year experiment/resolution to try and live life as justly as possible in a culture of consumerism. For one year, SOLI columnist Sharron Riessinger Lucas has resolved to examine every purchasing (or not purchasing) decision  in terms of how it affects her neighbor (both near and far), how it affects creation (i.e. minimizing my carbon footprint and caring for all that the Creator has provided), and how it reflects principles of stewardship that are important to her as a Christian, an ELCA Lutheran pastor, and a resident of this planet we call earth.  She’ll be using Micah 6:8 and Luke 10:27 as reference points. Join Sharron for the journey—and feel free to add to the conversation.


Everything we are and everything in our lives, homes and world belongs to God. We are only the caretakers. This gives us amazing authority, but also responsibility. What does it mean if we take these seriuosly? “It’s Personal!” will record Rob Blezard’s exploration on the edges, where personal responsibility meets discipleship meets justice. Join him onthe edge.

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  1. Maeve said,

    Search google: Bbc month without plastic

    • Thanks, Maeve, for the tip about “Not my Bag: My Mission? Here’s the link, if anyone is interested in checking it out: 31 Days without Plastic” blog written by Chris Jeavans. One thing Chris did extremely well was offer the information and advice sent to her by other folks. You’ll find a nice list of other blog rolls about reducing your use of plastic, which is indeed a justice and creation care issue.

  2. Beth said,

    I’m so glad I found this blog. I’m going to add it to my website’s blogroll immediately. It feels good to know that there are a number of us in this together. Blessings to you!

    • Hi, Beth! Thanks for visiting us and for adding us to your website’s blogroll. Your site is delightful! Thanks for what you are doing through your writing and sharing! Blessings on the journey.

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