Randy Alcorn's Blog: children

A Call to Fathers to Pass a Biblical Worldview onto Their Children

By Randy Alcorn | February 8, 2016
Who is God? Who is mankind? What is God like? Does God have a plan? Do even bad events serve God’s purposes? In light of the great number of young people who reject their faith, we must encourage our children to think through these questions.

The One Thing My Daughter Remembered Most about My Parenting

By Randy Alcorn | November 6, 2015
Some years ago, I sat with my daughters at a wonderful father/daughter banquet at our church. Someone at the table asked my youngest daughter, Angela, what I’d done that made the biggest impression on her. I had no idea what she would say, but of course I hoped for something spectacular. :)

Don’t Raise Good Kids: Thoughts from Jon Bloom

By Randy Alcorn | November 22, 2013
I remember when our daughters were small, the importance of trying to convey even to really good kids that they are sinners, lost without Christ. It’s a delicate balance.

Will God take care of our children?

By Randy Alcorn | August 28, 2013
I think when you look at what’s happening at schools and life in general, and with children being abducted, these are things that every parent is going to ask.