You can now listen to the Forte Catholic Podcast on Spotify!
I led a full day of youth ministry training sessions for the Diocese of Sioux City. Click here to see the videos of the three sessions.
Made my TV debut on the Fiat Ministry Show! I was able to share my "yes" moments to the Lord, the importance of saying yes every day and the struggle that can often be.
The 2nd Annual Ministry Madness Bracket results are now in! See how everyone faired in this Catholic ministry leader boxing tournament.
The 2nd Annual Ministry Madness Bracket is now live! Ever wondered who would win in a boxing tournament between ministry leaders? I sure have. Well, now you have the power to cast your votes and choose who you think would win. The winners are decided by the public so get voting and share with your friends!
Intro to and overview of the New Testament. Watch as I share what diving into it's pages has done for my life and what it can do for you!
Listen to Taylor's "Unpublished Worship Songs," a collection of humorous ditties with lyrics from Scripture passages that have NEVER had a song written about them. It was probably for good reason....
Laugh along with us!
Most recent appearance on the "Beyond the Pew" video series for Catholic parents. Talking about the "not boring at all" Old Testament and it's purpose.
I will be revealing the Top 10 most listened to podcasts of the year in the first week of January! Can you guess what the order will be?
I shared this "Ablaze" message at Revive 2017 about keeping the flame of faith burning. We do so by looking at what fire needs to stay burning and the equivalencies in the spiritual life.
How you spend your time shows your priorities. Tune in to this video on how to have biblical balance in your life.
An excerpt from a youth minister training session I gave overviewing the US Bishops vision for comprehensive youth ministry.
This is the recording of a talk I gave to my fellow missionary youth ministers at Ablaze Ministries on the spirit of abandon...giving ourselves fully over to the Lord, even when it is difficult to do so.
So often, we who have been around the Church for a while have given our lives to the Lord generally but not in specific areas of our lives. God wants all of us. The more we give to Him, the more we can receive from Him.