Are you in the Diocese of St. Petersburg and interested in spending a day learning and becoming inspired to help your church community become a clearer reflection of the Kingdom of God? If YES, then register for the event this Friday, November 16 at the beautiful Bethany Center in Lutz, FL. I will be leading the … Continue reading Coming to the Diocese of St. Petersburg
Will I be seeing you Jacksonville Jaguar fans at the St. Augustine Stewardship Day at Sacred Heart parish in Fleming Island? I hope so.
When you are a writer you often turn to the process of writing to work through difficult emotions and fears. For me, this is one of those times. My only daughter is off to college tomorrow. I am sitting in my office and I am feeling lost. She is not my only child nor my … Continue reading There She Goes
If you are only following the blog here at this website, you may have wondered where all the posting has gone. You are also missing out on MANY other blogs. Visit the blog page at http://4lpi.com/blog/ for my Everyday Stewardship blogs and more! That being said, my friends and I will be working hard in the near … Continue reading Blogs, Blogs, & More Blogs
Have you had those times when you wake up on a Sunday morning and you’d rather stay home and enjoy a quiet morning without having to get dressed up or talk to anyone else? Or when you know that you need to say your daily prayers, but just can’t get motivated? Or when you do … Continue reading Pray Anyway
There is a new look to http://www.tracyearlwelliver.com and there is still more stuff being added. Things are being updated and many thanks for following and being a part. You are helping to keep the MAIN THING the MAIN THING!
An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for the 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time I have to smile when I read in St. Paul’s letter to the Romans, “Owe nothing to anyone, except to love one another.” I smile because I know that in today’s world few people owe nothing to anyone. We have credit card debt, mortgages, … Continue reading You Don’t Need a Loan to Love
We are all guilty of name-calling from time to time. It’s human nature when you are frustrated, angry, or have been mistreated to lash out with an insult. We like to label people too. We label people by political leaning, intelligence, attractiveness, personality, behavior…. Even our Lord had labels attached to him: glutton, drunkard, blasphemer. But name-calling and … Continue reading Labels