The Main Thing

Isn’t it time to remove all the layers of stuff built up by day-to-day life and return to the core of what conversion, discipleship, and stewardship are all about? Isn’t it time to make the main thing, THE MAIN THING?  You are invited to join Tracy Earl Welliver and friends in a blogging journey to make the main thing, THE MAIN THING!  This daily blog is meant to reflect an Everyday Stewardship mentality, a mature discipleship spirituality, and a joy of life philosophy, where the Good News of Jesus Christ is always THE MAIN THING.  This is a blog for everybody: the theologian and the truck driver.  From current events to pop culture, from Scripture to the New York Times bestseller list, THE MAIN THING blog looks to find evidence of Jesus Christ in all things, helping to make a stewardship way of life easier.  Please journey with us starting April 20, 2015.  Don’t let the world around us keep us from a renewed focus on THE MAIN THING!

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About Tracy Earl Welliver

Tracy Earl Welliver is the Director of Parish Community and Engagement for LPi and an active member of Saint Pius X Catholic Church in Greensboro, North Carolina, where he previously served as Pastoral Associate for 22 years. Saint Pius X received the Archbishop Murphy Award in 2009 from the ICSC. Tracy is a writer, speaker, and teacher in the areas of stewardship, engagement, catechesis, and strengths theory, and has worked with Catholic communities throughout the US, Australia, and New Zealand. You can read Tracy’s Everyday Stewardship column in LPi’s CONNECT!, a bimonthly lectionary-based liturgy preparation publication. His writing can also be read on his Nutshell Blog, The Main Thing Blog, and in contributions to Catholic TechTalk. He also serves on the faculty for the ICSC Stewardship Institutes. Tracy has theology degrees from DeSales University and Duke Divinity School. He has been married 23 years and he and his wife, Mariann, have 3 children.

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