• As we come to the end of this month, here is another message to you from one of our own. Focusing on the ‘Stewardship season,” Satia Orange has chosen to write about why she gives to the church. Here is what she has to say:


  • Last week we heard the thoughts of a member, and a friend of Broadway about what Broadway means to them. As I said earlier -- we will hear from several people throughout this month while we are in the "Stewardship season” at Broadway. Today let us hear from Brian Marron:


  • As I had shared with you last week, we are in the ‘Stewardship season” at Broadway. Stewardship is a difficult word for some, because we associate it mostly with finances. And, even though there is nothing wrong with talking about money in church -- stewardship does not refer to only finances. Webster Dictionary defines stewardship as “conducting, supervising, or managing of something, and “the careful and responsible management of something entrusted to one's care.” So, when we talk about stewardship we are talking about everything that we are entrusted with. So I ask -- are we, as a church, being good stewards of all that God has entrusted us with?