Advent 2016 Reflections
Have you ever had a Christmas where you felt like you were really prepared? Have you ever had . . .
In all of our lives there is a great danger in believing that what we do and what we have is all that there is. But there is more . . .
Doing and having are natural, normal, and necessary aspects of our daily lives. Especially during Advent and Christmas, the challenge is to . . .
We choose, and in doing so, we design our lives. Every choice, every decision that we make, either helps us achieve our dreams or . . .
What is God’s dream for you? Do you ever wonder? Christmas is all about how Jesus came to save the world. That’s a big deal. In fact . . .
In the absence of a genuine understanding of the meaning and purpose of our lives, we substitute it with shallow and superficial meaning. Christmas . . .
Let today’s Christmas song guide you as you ponder the meaning of your life and answer the five questions Christine introduced yesterday. Slow down and. . . .
Food to eat, water to drink, air to breathe. Without these things, our lives would very quickly be brought to a grinding halt. We need them just to survive. We fulfill . . .
There is a deeper meaning to Christmas that inspires us to look beyond our superficial wants and begin to discover our deepest desires. The difference between our wants and our deepest desires is . . .
What is the best way to live? We all have different dreams, circumstances, and abilities. In many ways, that path is different for each of us. When we’re attending to our needs . . .
God knows the best way for each of us to live, but he doesn’t want to simply tell us what to do. God didn’t come into the world at Christmas to . . .
Now is your time to prepare. You are where you are right now for a reason, doing this program right now for a reason. We encourage you to . . .
As you walk through the dream exercise Allen outlined yesterday, take a journey into the heart of Christmas with . . .
If you want to have the best Christmas, dedicate yourself above all else to becoming the-best-version-of-yourself. There is no greater gift than . . .
Your ability to experience happiness will be limited only by your ability to grasp the meaning and purpose of your life. This is true now, as we . . .
There are no shortcuts to becoming the-best-version-of-ourselves. If we want to have a great Christmas, we have to eliminate the distractions and instead . . .
Becoming the-best-version-of-yourself is not about achieving an overnight transformation. So let’s remember to keep it simple. Just do . . .
Your essential purpose is to grow, change, develop, and become the-best-version-of-yourself. Do your Christmas traditions help you do that? . . .
As you think about your Christmas traditions, take a journey into the heart of Christmas with GRAMMY Award-winning pianist and composer . . .
If you want this Christmas to be the best one yet, and if you want your future to be different from your past, there is only one way . . .
If we want to become the-best-version-of-ourselves, if we want to have an amazing Christmas, we have to recognize what matters most and what matters least . . .
The only way to say no to anything is to have a deeper yes. Every no is a deeper yes to your essential purpose, to what matters most. Every decision’s . . .
There is an art to slowing down. In our busy world it is not easy to master this art, but it is necessary. Our lives have a habit of . . .
Christmas is only two days away. Let’s take what we have learned this Advent and live it out . . .
Christmas day is almost here! Take a journey into the heart of Christmas this Christmas eve with GRAMMY Award-winning pianist and composer . . .
Thank you for joining all of us here at Dynamic Catholic for Best Advent Ever. We hope you had an incredible journey. We want to encourage you to . . .