Randy Alcorn's Blog

Will We Maintain Our Own Identities in Heaven?

By Randy Alcorn | August 4, 2017
Our own personal history and identity will endure from one Earth to the next. “‘As the new heavens and the new earth that I make will endure before me,’ declares the Lord, ‘so will your name and descendants endure’ ” (Isaiah 66:22).

Encouragement to Men to Study the Bible and Theology, and Find Great Happiness

By Randy Alcorn | August 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. (Everything I talk about in this blog pertains to women also, but I know more women than men who study God’s Word, and I believe men are missing out on joy and happiness as a result.)

3 Things to Remember When You’re Browsing Through Social Media

By Angela (Alcorn) Stump | July 26, 2017
How do we, as believers in Christ, love each other well on social media? Yes, the writer of the post has a lot of responsibility, but remember, as you’re scrolling through the endless library of social media feeds, you, the reader, also have a responsibility. Here are three things to consider as you’re browsing. 

3 Things to Remember Before You Post on Social Media

By Angela (Alcorn) Stump | July 24, 2017
Three years ago we shared the original version of my daughter Angela’s article on social media, and it was one of the most popular posts we’ve ever had. She’s since revised and expanded her post into a two-part series. Since the expanded version is every bit as relevant and helpful as the original, I wanted to share it with you. In part one, Angie encourages us to stop and think about what we’re posting on social media.

Jon Bloom on You Become What You Eat

By Jon Bloom | July 17, 2017
This blog by my friend Jon Bloom is one of those that I resonated with from start to finish. Hope you enjoy it, and take it to heart. In these days in which we live, it is so true, so relevant, and so important for all of us.