Randy Alcorn's Blog

The Master’s Touch: Paintings by Ron DiCianni

By Randy Alcorn | July 27, 2012
I first met artist Ron DiCianni many years ago at the Christian Bookseller’s Convention (now called ICRS). He has become a good friend over the years, and I thank God for a brother who uses his gifts well.

A Matter of Conscience

By Randy Alcorn | February 13, 2012
I’m writing today about a very serious development that threatens religious freedom in our country. I am not one to overreact to such things, but this particular case may have far-reaching implications.

May 21: The Beginning of the Day of Judgment?

By Randy Alcorn | May 18, 2011
Harold Camping, the 89-year-old founder of Family Radio, has warned the world that Saturday, May 21, 2011 is when the rapture will occur and God’s Day of Judgment will begin. 

The Meaning of Christmas

By Randy Alcorn | December 13, 2010
My friend Robin Hatcher sent me the following link. This song and its singers may or may not fit your musical tastes. But in terms of its message, it is RIGHT on target.

Meet 100-Year-Old Walter Jespersen, a Man of God

By Randy Alcorn | April 15, 2013
I will never forget spending an afternoon in September 2001 with Walter Jespersen, at the home of Doug and Margaret Nichols. Walter, Margaret’s father, was perhaps 85 then, and now is 100 years old.

Mel Gibson, Image, and Character

By Randy Alcorn | July 21, 2010
With the recent allegations against actor Mel Gibson, there's been a number of responses to his situation that cry out for an eternal perspective. 

Meteor Showers and the New Heavens

By Randy Alcorn | April 7, 2014
At 2:30 a.m., on November 19, 2002, I stood on our deck gazing up at the night sky. Above me was the Leonid meteor shower, the finest display of celestial fireworks until the year 2096. 

Mice, Dogs and Books (On the Lighter Side)

By Randy Alcorn | February 28, 2008
Our friend Pat Maxwell forwarded to us this picture. Don’t you just love it? Romance, cooperation, friendship, assisting your buddy in taking the initiative... it’s all there.