Randy Alcorn's Blog: Missions

Some Great Friends with Big Hearts for God and for Missions

By Randy Alcorn | July 31, 2015
While taking a break from doing an audio recording of Happiness several weeks ago, I had the privilege of spending a couple of hours in the studio with several friends, including these two great people in the photo: George Verwer and Karen Coleman.

Worldwide Theological Famine, and How You Can Make a Difference

By Randy Alcorn | June 15, 2015
Earlier this year, I learned about The Gospel Coalition’s International Outreach “Theological Famine Relief for the Global Church.” I’m really excited about this outreach and can’t think of a more strategic venture in financing what will matter forever.

Teaching in Jail

By Jill Kandel | January 5, 2015
Today’s guest blog is from writer Jill Kandel. Jill has been teaching journal writing to female inmates at a local jail for almost two years.

The Least of These: Refugees

By Stephanie Anderson | June 20, 2014
For those of us in the Western world, the idea of being a refugee—of being forced to flee your home under threat of persecution, conflict, and violence—is unthinkable.