Randy Alcorn's Blog

Some Thoughts on Les Misérables

By Randy Alcorn | January 16, 2013
I love the redemptive message of Les Misérables, from book, to stage, to screen. It reminds me of the song “Amazing Grace,” because it is deeply loved even by those who don’t fully believe its message. 

Steve Saint, Mincaye, and the Redemptive Power of the Gospel

By Randy Alcorn | January 7, 2013
In a post last June, I shared a video about Steve Saint, son of one of the five missionaries who were murdered in Ecuador in 1956. Steve, who is founder of ITEC (Indigenous People's Technology and Education Center) was seriously injured while testing a design for ITEC.

Safely Home the Musical Drama

By Randy Alcorn | January 4, 2013
Last year I received a letter and DVD from Darcy DeLeon, who teaches at Temple Christian School in Lima, Ohio. Darcy and her team turned my novel Safely Home into a musical drama.

A Child’s Life-Saving Heart Surgery

By Randy Alcorn | December 26, 2012
Devendra and Koko Rai work with Action in India, and in November, Devendra sent out a prayer request for the daughter of an Indian pastor. Changpi (who turned 7 on December 8) was diagnosed with a hole in her heart that created complications in her liver.