Stewardship is a very central matter for everyone, not just believers but, yes, everyone. On the surface, it shouldn't be difficult to pay attention to big things, but we are bound to miss the big things when they are still at their initial stages. The reason is that the cumulative effect of the small things we tend to ignore will soon make a small deal a big deal. This book takes you through doctrinal and practical facets of stewardship that you haven't probably thought about before. You are almost guaranteed to be steered away from the popular thoughts about stewardship into something insightful and refreshing.
In this book, I intend to interact with the reader to show the importance of the departments of stewardship and how they point out at what can correctly be described as 'the object of the first assignment at the beginning and the subject of accounting at the end. In the process of interacting, I pray that the reader’s eyes will see the fundamentality of stewardship in the management of life generally. What we do on daily basis as far as life and resource managements are concerned gives us opportunities to do intermediate accountings. The latter is important as both rehearsal and reappraisal for the ultimate accounting before God.