As we begin a New Year most of us are required by the IRS to give an accounting of 2015. Sometimes that means we gather receipts, pull together forms, and gather evidence of how we spent our money last year. Often it is a tedious process, but necessary. Maybe at the same time we should be considering a higher level of stewardship accountability. In the parable of Jesus found in Luke 16, we are challenged to consider the investments of the stewardship of our lives. Are you investing wisely?