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TV-PG. Time for proud and prudent Mr. Riley to hang the cringe-worthy Stewardship Campaign banner, proclaiming â"God Knows What You Can Afford." Chuck and the rest of the Compass Committee grapple with the full meaning of stewardship in hopes of convincing the financially-centered Mr. Riley to let go of the old idea that stewardship is merely an annual campaign.
TV-PG. Chuck has one foot out the door, sending shock waves through the Compass Committee. Before Chuck has had enough, the table of six must ask themselves the toughest question of all. Are they really making a difference?
TV-PG. The round table realizes how older and younger adults must work together in order for the church to survive. Both contentious sides are exemplified in real time by progressive Daniel and traditional Mr. Riley. Easier said than done, to walk in someone else's shoes.
TV-PG. While Mr. Riley is accused of being Mr. Grumpy Pants, and Hannah admits to continually rattling his cage, Chuck reiterates, "If you aren't upsetting someone, you probably aren't doing anything significant." Amidst all the moving parts, the debate continues: how should older leaders make me...