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Stewardship's Mortgage Service for Churches & Christian Charities

By John Keskeys | 14 September 2016

Mortgages for churches and Christian Projects with Stewardship

To most people Stewardship is all about giving.  After all, for most of our clients that’s how they know us.  Our giving account is a large part of what we do and inspiring generosity is what makes us tick.   At a quick glance it might seem that’s what we’re all about but look a bit further and you’ll see there’s more to us than meets the eye.

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The Cost of Change: How Brexit Might Impact Christian Worker Finances

By Fiona Mearns | 7 September 2016

The cost of change - Brexit and Christian Worker Finances

As if we weren’t already aware of it, the last few weeks have underlined the fact that nothing on Earth is certain.  The ripple effects of the Brexit vote continue to play out but we have already seen a fairly dramatic effect on currency exchange rates.  Since 24 June, the value of Sterling has dropped against many currencies creating as much as a 15% reduction in the exchange value of donations from supporters for some Christian Workers based abroad.  The suddenness of the fall has created a problem for some who are finding their incomes being cut while bills and general living costs in their country of residence remain the same.

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The One Question to Ask of Your Finances This Year

By Graham Beynon | 14 January 2016

Monday 18th January is “Blue Monday”—the day when bills and a rapidly emptying bank balance force many to take a long hard look at their budget. It’s certainly wise to take time to make sure the books balance—but here’s an equally important question to regularly ask of our finances...

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