By March 22, 2017"I think probably the single greatest thing that I sensed in my conversion was a deep-seated happiness that God was real and joy-giving, and now I was experiencing what I had always longed for." |
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By October 5, 2016After I spoke in one church, the pastor asked me, on behalf of the churches of Cuba, to greet the body of Christ in the U.S.A. I do that now. The churches in Cuba have spiritual strength that has come through adversity. Please pray for the people of Cuba, and especially for the churches. |
By September 14, 2016Lord willing, this Thursday, September 15, Nanci and I leave for a two-week trip to Cuba and Bermuda. We would appreciate your prayers for smooth flights and customs, as well as for avoiding hurricanes (it’s hurricane season both in Cuba and Bermuda). I’d also appreciate prayer for health and stamina, and for divine appointments for Nanci and me both as we minister to those we meet. |
By May 18, 2015Thanks to those who joined me last week for #AskAlcorn! The EPM staff has put together a recap of the questions and answers. |
By September 10, 2014Those of you who are active on Facebook may or may not realize that even if you’ve “liked” a certain Facebook page, chances are that over time, you’re not seeing many (if any at all) of the posts from that page in your home feed. |
By June 9, 2014The following interview originally appeared in the September 2013 issue of Tabletalk Magazine, a publication of | Ligonier Ministries.
By September 30, 2013In | The Goodness of God, I tell the story about my high school friend Greg Coffey, who died in a horrible accident in 1971, shortly after he and I both became Christ-followers.
By May 10, 2013I look at Karina and Angie now as moms who are in their thirties—the mothers of my grandsons—and I am just delighted to see their hearts for Christ and the ways God has gifted them. |
By February 22, 2013In Charles Hummel’s booklet | Tyranny of the Urgent, which I read as a young Christian thirty-five years ago, he said that what is urgent is often not important, and what is important is typically not urgent.
Devotional Habits, Books I’m Reading, and the Best Constructive Criticism I’ve Ever Received: Part 1 of a Q&A
By February 20, 2013My normal approach to Bible study is to pore over texts that relate to something on my mind and heart. Sometimes this has been prompted by my research on current book projects. |