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Will All People Be Equal in Heaven?

By Randy Alcorn | June 23, 2017
There’s no reason to believe we’ll all be equally tall or strong or that we’ll have the same gifts, talents, or intellectual capacities.

Fathers, Your Relationship with Your Kids Is Irreplaceable

By Randy Alcorn | June 16, 2017
This Sunday is Father’s Day. Fatherhood is a huge job, and dads need encouragement that their role in the kids’ lives matters. I recently watched this video highlighting the importance of dads, and absolutely love it.

A Look Back at 10 Years of Blogging, and a Book Giveaway

By Randy Alcorn | June 12, 2017
Ten years ago today, EPM shared my first blog post, “There is a God,” which featured Bryant Young, then defensive tackle for the San Francisco 49ers. We’ve since shared over 1,300 posts on a wide range of topics, including Heaven, suffering, giving, prolife issues, happiness, current events, and much more.

Why Every Prolife Church in Oregon Should Support the Petition to Stop Taxpayer Funding for Abortion

By Randy Alcorn | June 7, 2017
There’s no sense in which the killing of children is a marginal issue that Scripture is indifferent to! Long before it was ever a political issue, it was a moral issue, and one which God has a clear and emphatic position on. We’re not dealing here with “one more social/political issue.” We’re dealing with a unique and focused evil in which Satan has deeply vested interests.

Meet the Logos Hope, a Floating Bookshop and an Incredible International Ministry

By Randy Alcorn | June 5, 2017
I’ve blogged before about the Logos Hope, a ship owned and operated by OM Ships International. The ship ministry, the brainchild of one of Operation Mobilization’s founders, George Verwer, began in 1970 as part of OM’s global Christian training and outreach movement. Since then their ships (this is the fourth) have visited 480 different ports in 151 countries and territories and welcomed over 46 million visitors onboard. Ponder those amazing statistics!

God’s Works of Art Point to Him

By Randy Alcorn | June 2, 2017
If we might endlessly ponder an artist’s rendition of a person, such as the Mona Lisa, shouldn’t we ponder all the more, and benefit from pondering, the wonder in the face of real people we see daily? And in particular, the marvelous person and work of Christ?