Randy Alcorn's Blog: Christians, Past and Present (By and About)

A Tribute to My Friend, John Kohlenberger

By Randy Alcorn | October 7, 2015
On September 29, 2015 John R Kohlenberger III went home to be with Jesus, after a thirteen-year battle with cancer. John, a gifted scholar, wrote many biblical language reference works.

David O’Brien, Free at Last in Jesus’ Presence

By Randy Alcorn | September 23, 2015
I haven’t met many people more convinced of God’s goodness than David O’Brien. He experienced a lifetime of serious afflictions that many consider senseless evil, but he saw them as tools in the hands of a good God.

Scott Hamilton on Success, Cancer, and Faith

By Randy Alcorn | June 27, 2014
Many of us see Olympic Gold Medalist Scott Hamilton for a week or so every four years, during the winter Olympics, when he’s covering ice skating. 

John Wesley’s Example of Giving

By Randy Alcorn | May 14, 2014
To turn the tide of materialism in the Christian community, we desperately need bold models of kingdom-centered living. 

G.K. Chesterton on Marriage and Men and Women

By Randy Alcorn | February 19, 2014
My daughter Karina recently posted this from one of her favorites and mine, G.K. Chesterton (British journalist, writer, and Christian apologist, 1874-1936).