Maybe I will see YOU in Wichita later this week at the Region IX Stewardship Conference! I am not speaking but I will be helping lead table discussions and will be at the LPI booth!
Will I be seeing you Jacksonville Jaguar fans at the St. Augustine Stewardship Day at Sacred Heart parish in Fleming Island? I hope so.
If you are in the Greater San Antonio area of Texas, why not consider joining us at the Stewardship Day for the Archdiocese of San Antonio! The event is next Saturday, September 8. Click below for more information! San Antonio 2018 poster
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
Advent begins December 3 this year and it will be here before we know it! Advent is a time of preparation for Christmas, but it can only be fruitful if we spend some time preparing for the preparation. Here are just 4 things we can do now to ensure that on the first Sunday of … Continue reading 4 Tips to Prepare Your Catholic Parish for Advent
An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for the 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2017 Remember a time when jealousy or envy reared its ugly head and you wished you had that which someone else owned? Maybe it was a house, a car, a bank account, or even that luscious green lawn. All humans have had that feeling … Continue reading All That We Need
It's that time of year again so here is the link to download 10 Points on Good Stewardship for Children
An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2017 Many young people want to make a path for themselves in life without the help and guidance of others. My own young adult son oftentimes refuses assistance because he feels that he must learn to go it alone and have his achievements based solely … Continue reading Lean On Me