Videos & Resources
This week's Gospel reflection is on Mk 6:1-6.
In a culture of gossip and misinformation, people of faith should stand out for one thing: truth.
THIS WEEK'S GOSPEL IS MARK 7:31-37
Where do you need healing in your life?
Today, I reflect on something we all need: God’s healing power.
Allen reflects on Jesus’ beautiful love for children, his call to honor the children in our lives, and the world-changing power we unlock when we help them become the best-version-of-themselves.
What does that really mean?
THIS WEEK'S GOSPEL IS MARK 10-2-16 or 10-2-12
I share an ordinary story of extraordinary love—one that will show you the mystery, depth and true essence of marriage.
In this reflection, I highlight three key lessons of leadership from today’s Gospel right from Jesus himself.
Discover how they can help you unlock the power to do something great!
THIS WEEK'S GOSPEL IS MARK 12:28-34
After a long day at work or school, fulfilling relationship duties, taking care of the kids, squeezing in time for yourself...there’s often not much left in the tank to give to God.
Today, I discuss how to give God our all—not just in the moments we have to spare, but in every moment of our lives!
THIS WEEK'S GOSPEL IS MARK 13:24-32
Maybe our fixation on the future has something to do with our longing for God...
This video summarizes the history of the world in an enlightening spelling lesson (an incredible feat alone in itself!) that gives us a clue as to how God wants us to view the days to come.
TODAY'S GOSPEL IS LUKE 21:25-28 & 34-36
While these activities certainly help make the season bright, the best thing you can do is to become a better-version-of-yourself. In a culture that makes Advent the most chaotic time of the year, it’s up to you to decide to walk away from the stress of the season and focus on what matters most.
Who would you become by December 25th if your first priority was to look for ways to humbly serve? I explore this question and share a memory of how service not only helped me love others more deeply, but changed who I am at the core.
THIS WEEK'S GOSEPL IS LUKE 3:10-18
So if the joyous Christmas story is at the core of our beliefs, then why are Catholics associated with long faces and wagging fingers? It’s simple—we forget!
Enter a simple reminder—the pink candle. A symbol of the contagious joy that is at the center of God’s heart. I share a few ideas on how to invite joy back into the center of your life this week as you approach Christmas day.
Confessions of a Mega Church Pastor
Dreams for Your Grandchild
The Turning Point
Everybody Needs to Forgive Somebody (3rd Edition)
The 21 Undeniable Secrets of Marriage