Marshall Allen is a journalist in Pasadena, Calif. He and his wife, Sonja, have two boys.
It's about a lot more than getting out in front of a group of people and shouting "follow me!"
Your strengths, and not your weaknesses, are where you should focus your energy.
Sometimes it's easier to point the finger than take responsibility. It sure feels better; at least for a little while.
You can survive college with your faith in tact. Here's a book that can guide you from freshman orientation all the way to graduation.
Marshall learns what good parking and free lattes have to do with the perfect church.
Everyone’s got some kind of faith. They just don’t always admit it.
How do you convey your faith to people who don’t share it? Depends on the circumstances. Marshall has a few suggestions.
It’s gone “mainstream,” but that doesn’t mean you have to act like it’s OK. Marshall shows a Christian way to take a stand.
Many men don't want their children to be aborted. What do they do when they can't stop it?
Cynicism is easy, fun and hey, I was born this way. So why was I starting to feel so rotten?
It’s tempting to go for the glamour when choosing a major. But as this quirky film reminds us, choosing a path that pays the bills is a noble task.
Why do gals take Valentine's Day so seriously? It can make a guy sick. Literally.
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