Randy Alcorn's Blog: gospel

Ray Ortlund on What Makes a Gospel-Centered Church

By Randy Alcorn | March 17, 2017
I deeply appreciate Raymond C. Ortlund Jr., just as I did his father and mother, who I’ve mentioned before. I have really enjoyed Ray’s powerful little book, The Gospel: How the Church Portrays the Beauty of Christ, which I would highly recommend to anyone desiring to start or help refocus a church on the Gospel.

Preaching and Living Out the Gospel, Even When It’s Costly

By Randy Alcorn | February 17, 2017
In its broadest sense, with the good news of salvation remaining at the core, the Gospel is a full embodiment of the person and work of Christ in His church, and the full revelation of God’s Word. It is both declaring and living out the whole counsel of God.

Greg Laurie on How You Can Share the Gospel

By Randy Alcorn | October 12, 2016
To me, there are not many joys comparable to that of leading someone to Christ. It’s thrilling and exhilarating.  May we all continually ask the Lord to give us opportunities to share His “good news of great happiness” (Luke 2:10).

Gospel Doctrine Creates Gospel Culture

By Randy Alcorn | December 23, 2015
Sometimes I read something that is beautifully worded and right on target. These insights from Ray Ortlund, on churches as gospel culture, is terrific.

We Need a Fresh Appreciation of the Gospel’s Magnificence

By Randy Alcorn | September 1, 2014
I have seen firsthand people watching the JESUS Film for the first time, in their own languages, viewing Jesus with awe and wonder and affection, then crying out in agony when He is tortured and crucified.