Marshall Allen

Marshall Allen

Marshall Allen is a journalist in Pasadena, Calif. He and his wife, Sonja, have two boys.

Learning to Lead

Learning to Lead

Apr 21, 2005|Marshall Allen

It's about a lot more than getting out in front of a group of people and shouting "follow me!"

How to Know What You're Good At

How to Know What You're Good At

Jan 13, 2005|Marshall Allen

Your strengths, and not your weaknesses, are where you should focus your energy.

Playing the Blame Game

Oct 28, 2004|Marshall Allen

Sometimes it's easier to point the finger than take responsibility. It sure feels better; at least for a little while.

Keeping Your Faith

Sep 30, 2004|Marshall Allen

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.

Tales From a Former Vagabond

Mar 11, 2004|Marshall Allen

Marshall learns what good parking and free lattes have to do with the perfect church.

Faith ... in What?

Aug 21, 2003|Marshall Allen

Everyone’s got some kind of faith. They just don’t always admit it.

Speaking for Your Faith in the Classroom and Workplace

Feb 27, 2003|Marshall Allen

How do you convey your faith to people who don’t share it? Depends on the circumstances. Marshall has a few suggestions.

Fighting Porn

Dec 12, 2002|Marshall Allen

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.

Forgotten Fathers

Jul 25, 2002|Marshall Allen

Many men don't want their children to be aborted. What do they do when they can't stop it?

Confession of a Cynic

Aug 16, 2001|Marshall Allen

Cynicism is easy, fun and hey, I was born this way. So why was I starting to feel so rotten?

Artistry vs. Responsibility

Mar 22, 2001|Marshall Allen

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.

Trouble With Valentine’s Day

Trouble With Valentine’s Day

Feb 08, 2001|Marshall Allen

Why do gals take Valentine's Day so seriously? It can make a guy sick. Literally.