Siebert Lutheran Foundation  

Rev. Chick Lane and Grace Duddy Pomroy


Pastor Chick Lane
Embracing Stewardship, LLC and Lord of Life Lutheran Church

Pastor Chick Lane serves as Pastor for Stewardship and Generosity at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Maple Grove, Minnesota.  Previously he worked as a consultant with Kairos and Associates, and served as Director of the Center for Stewardship Leaders at Luther Seminary, Director for Stewardship Key Leader in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Assistant to the Bishop in the Northwestern Minnesota Synod of the ELCA, and pastor of three congregations, one in Pennsylvania and two in Minnesota.

He is the co-author with Grace Duddy Pomroy of Embracing Stewardship: How to put stewardship at the heart of your congregation’s life, the author of Ask, Thank, Tell: Improving Stewardship Ministry in Your Congregation, and the author of two annual stewardship programs, Because of God’s Great Mercy and Walk with Jesus.

Grace Duddy Pomroy
Embracing Stewardship, LLC and Portico Benefit Services

Grace Duddy Pomroy is a millennial stewardship ministry leader. She graduated from Luther Seminary in 2012 with a Master’s of Arts degree in Congregational Mission and Leadership. She served as the Assistant Director of the Center for Stewardship Leaders at Luther Seminary and the Executive Director of Operations for Kairos and Associates and the Joshua Group. She is the co-author of the recently published stewardship book, Embracing Stewardship: How to Put Stewardship at the Heart of Your Congregation’s Life, as well as author of the 2013 ELCA stewardship resource, “Stewards of God’s Love.” She lives in Apple Valley with her husband, Tyler. She is currently the Financial Education Specialist at Portico Benefit Services.

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Stewardship: What’s Old, What’s New, What’s Right for You

In a culture that demands customization and personalization, only the church would assume that a Millennial and a Baby Boomer give in the same way, for the same reasons. The old practice of one-size-fits-all stewardship simply doesn’t work anymore.  Congregations are recognizing generational differences and developing stewardship practices that invite different groups to live generous lives.  This presentation will highlight these differences and suggest ways to grow your congregation’s stewardship ministry by creating different strategies for the various groups in your congregation. Together, let’s find creative ways to reach the different audiences present in your congregation.

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