Randy Alcorn's Blog: children

The Latest on Angie

By Randy Alcorn | June 1, 2012
Our daughter Angela called us late yesterday afternoon to let us know that the needle biopsy the doctor performed on Tuesday was inconclusive, meaning it told them nothing, so it’s not bad news or necessarily good.

The Christmas Story

By Randy Alcorn | December 19, 2011
This video was produced by Portland Christian School a couple of years ago, but I just saw it after my friend Dale Walker sent it to me.

Heartbreak and Hope for Hannan

By Randy Alcorn | October 3, 2011
I have spoken before of Make Way Partners and our sister Kimberly Smith and recommended them as a worthy ministry to support. But this recent letter about a girl named Hannan in Sudan (who Kimberly met on a recent trip), touched me on multiple levels.

An Alarming Trend: The Illiteracy of Boys

By Randy Alcorn | February 9, 2011
My friends Brett and Alex Harris, on their wonderful website www.therebelution.com, cited a Wall Street Journal article about the importance of reading, and the great decline in reading among boys. I have often cited this as one of the most alarming trends of our day.

What about Family Planning?

By Randy Alcorn | August 31, 2010
In this blog I've included part of a conversation between two Christians who have different viewpoints on the issue of birth control, as well as a link to the complete article