Biography

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Tracy Earl Welliver is a Catholic author, speaker, consultant, and Gallup-certified Strengths coach with over 25 years experience in parish ministry.  He is currently the Director of Parish Community and Engagement for LPI, having previously served for 22 years as Pastoral Associate at Saint Pius X Catholic Church in Greensboro, NC, a parish that in 2009 won the Archbishop Murphy Award for excellence in stewardship from the International Catholic Stewardship Council.  Tracy also currently sits on the ICSC Board of Directors. He has spoken on stewardship, engagement, and catechesis all over North America, Australia, and New Zealand.

Tracy currently writes the weekly reflection, Everyday Stewardship, published in bulletins and digital media around the country. He is the author of the book, Everyday Stewardship: Reflections for the Journey, and other engagement resources, all published by LPI.  He has a BA in theology from DeSales University and a MTS from Duke Divinity School. Tracy has been married to his wife, Mariann, for 27 years and they have 3 children.

3 thoughts on “Biography

  1. Hi Tracy,
    I really enjoyed your presentation on a vibrant Parish. It was so good to see you. I really would like to schedule a catechist presentation with you. I need to know your availability, hours for presentation and cost.
    God Bless,
    Jackie

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  2. Hello Tracy, I enjoyed your presentation today at St.Anne in Columbus,GA.
    Can I received your weekly reflections or are they just for parishes.
    And what is the title and author of the GIANTS GARDEN story.
    Kimberly is going to give me your book to read.
    Thanks,
    Donna Tomayko
    Educator, Parish Hostess, monogrammer, Thyme and Talent Ministry leader…:-)

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    • Thanks for reaching out, Donna! You can go to http://www.4lpi.com and click on BLOG in the banner menu. There you have access to all the content LPI offers, including the Everyday Stewardship reflections. You can then sign-up to receive them and more in your email.

      The story you refer to was The Selfish Giant by Oscar Wilde.

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