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Nanci, My Best Friend for 40 Years

By Randy Alcorn | December 2, 2008
December 7, this Sunday, is the 40th anniversary of the day Nanci and I met. We were freshmen in high school. It was a double date in which we went to see two new movies at Portland's Village Theatre on 122nd.

Abraham Lincoln Offers Thanksgiving to God

By Randy Alcorn | November 27, 2008
In response to the persistent requests of Mrs. Sarah Joseph Hale, President Abraham Lincoln was the first president to establish an annual day of thanksgiving. This was to occur on the last Thursday in November as a day of repentance and humility before God almighty.

Motivated by Eternal Reward?

By Randy Alcorn | November 13, 2008
Readers of my books often question whether the doctrine of eternal rewards is biblical. They say, It seems self-centered to do good works so I will be rewarded.

Aggie Hurst: A Story of Eternal Perspective

By Randy Alcorn | November 9, 2008
While we were unable to find any real pictures of Aggie or her family, I hope this story of God's faithfulness through the sacrifice of missionary couple David and Svea Flood will inspire you. 

It’s Over; But It’s Not Over (One Day It Will Be)

By Randy Alcorn | November 4, 2008
The election is over. Followers of Christ, regardless of who they advocated and voted for, should now pray wholeheartedly for our new president and his administration, as Scripture instructs us in First Timothy 2:1-4.