Stewardship Ministry Matters

Your feedback shapes our work


Grace Pomroy and I became the leaders of Luther Seminary’s Stewardship Leaders Program in 2020. We continued a years-long tradition of publishing a stewardship-focused blog and newsletter each week, and now we have questions and need your input. The pandemic has changed our work. The pandemic has changed your work. The pandemic has changed the lives of the people who are part of your congregation. The pandemic has changed the church. So—how do we move forward together? As you reflect on the stewardship blog and newsletter, we want to hear from you.

  • What is helpful for you? 
  • What is not so helpful? 
  • What do you need? 
  • How can we do a better job supporting stewardship ministry and mission in your congregation? 
  • What keeps you up at night that we can help with? 
  • How do you prefer to gain inspiration around stewardship issues?

We would appreciate it very much if you would take this brief (5 minutes) anonymous survey and share honest feedback about our stewardship blog/newsletter. We are also interested in learning more about how you might want to engage with us. Ultimately, we want to serve you better. Thank you for your important ministry and thank you for your time.

About the author:

Arlene Flancher is a Program Coordinator for the Stewardship Leaders Program and Children, Youth and Family Team at Luther Seminary. When she isn’t at work, she loves reading thrillers, walking her golden retriever before dawn, traveling to see her grown kids, and spending time at Lake Superior and in the north woods.

  • Arlene Flancher

    I have landed at Luther Seminary as a program coordinator for CYF and Stewardship after working for 12 years as a medical technologist in hospital labs, 15 years as a product developer and project manager in publishing at 1517 Media, and nearly 9 years as a director of children and family ministries in a congregation. My passion is ministry with kids and families - especially kids ages birth - 6th grade. My favorite church season is Advent. No question. When I'm not working, I will be walking outside with my dog in all kinds of weather, teaching piano lessons, reading, binging on Netflix, mentoring kids, seeking natural beauty, trying to garden, meeting friends for coffee or lunch, or spending time with husband of 38 years and our expanding family.

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