By Randy Alcorn on Oct 30, 2018
This full-time writer and sometime preacher got a smile out of Martin Luther's perspective.
By Sermoncentral on Mar 7, 2019
Randy Alcorn: "One of the reasons arguing for giving confidentiality is the human tendency toward favoritism and elevating men."
By Sermoncentral on Mar 21, 2019
"It's not our job to be popular. Let's represent the real Jesus, the whole Jesus, not just the culturally acceptable one."
By Sermoncentral on Sep 1, 2018
Randy Alcorn thinks we've missed the mark in this area, and he tells us why.
By Randy Alcorn on Sep 29, 2017
"Just as we should be intentional about what we post, we should also be intentional about how we process what others are posting."
By Randy Alcorn on Dec 7, 2017
"If a young man without modern medicine and dying of an excruciating disease could make choices that brought him happiness in Christ, surely we can too."
By Randy Alcorn on Dec 19, 2017
“Truth is truth even if no one believes it; a lie is a lie even if everyone believes it.”
By Randy Alcorn on Jan 5, 2018
I’m reminded of what the Huguenots said of the Bible and its critics: “Hammer away ye hostile hands; your hammers break, God’s Anvil stands.”
By Randy Alcorn on Jan 10, 2018
The pain was great, but God’s grace rose to the occasion. Despite his heartbreak, Spafford could say without pretense, “It is well with my soul.”
By Randy Alcorn on Jan 29, 2018
The God of providence weaves millions of details into our lives and into all the lives around us. Maybe He doesn’t have one big reason for bringing a certain person or success or failure or disease or accident into our lives; in fact, He may have hundreds of little reasons. In order to understand God’s explanations, we would have to be God.
By Randy Alcorn on Aug 29, 2017
It’s true that we can’t make ourselves happy in God any more than a seed can make itself grow. But we’re not just seeds. We’re greenhouse farmers who can make sure the seed is planted, watered, and fertilized.
By Randy Alcorn on Sep 2, 2017
Many Christian men would agree that they’re experts in business, hunting, fishing, football, or cars. Sadly, however, even those who attend Bible-teaching churches may know very little about the Bible and theology. Why?
By Randy Alcorn on Oct 9, 2017
"In times of doubt, difficulty, and trials, our fundamental beliefs about God and our faith are revealed. So how can Christians find faith in the midst of doubt? How can they trust God’s plan when their lives seem out of His control, and prayers seem to go unanswered or, sometimes it feels, even unheard?"