The following list of resources has been compiled from other Diocese and are recommended by the Office of Stewardship in the Diocese of Dodge City. These resources can be ordered directly by following the appropriate links. Limited copies are available at the Diocese of Dodge City Stewardship Office. This page is updated as resources become available. Come back to see what is new.
Stewardship Guides for Young People
Good Things Are For Sharing:
Stewardship Education for Elementary Age Students
Good Things Are For Sharing is a two to three week thematic unit on stewardship for students in kindergarten through eighth grade. Its user-friendly and versatile design allows the program to be utilized in a variety of instruction environments: single teacher class settings, team teaching classrooms, or catechists in parish religious education programs. Stewardship activities and lessons are easily adaptable to the various age and grade levels of primary and middle school students.
From the Heart:
Stewardship Education for Middle and High School Age Students
From the Heart is an excellent stewardship resource for use in a middle school, high school, or youth ministry setting. From the Heart uses interdisciplinary learning techniques incorporating the subjects of theology, language arts, social studies, science, health, math, psychology, fine arts, and extra-curricular activities. It is designed to help young adults understand the importance of living as “good stewards”.
Sharing Our Gifts of the Heart:
A Stewardship Curriculum Guide for Religious Education Programs
Designed for catechists in religious education programs, Sharing Our Gifts of the Heart is a stewardship resource that has been adapted from Good Things Are For Sharing and From the Heart. Thematic lessons include: defining stewardship, stewardship of time, talent, and treasure, stewardship and social justice, stewardship and the parish, stewardship and prayer, lifelong stewardship, and stewardship and scripture. Activities are designed to engage students in learning how to live a life of Christian stewardship.