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An Atheist Explains Africa's Need for God

By Randy Alcorn | January 24, 2009
I want to post this remarkable article you may appreciate. (Or maybe not.) Following the article, I'll share some of the ministries in Africa supported by the royalties from my books.
 

Tim Tebow, Jason Hanson, and Kurt Warner: Faith and Football

By Randy Alcorn | January 15, 2009
Nanci is more football-crazy than I am, but we both really enjoy football season, and sort of hate to see it winding down as the Superbowl approaches. The national college championship game was played a week ago. Congratulations to the Florida Gators and quarterback Tim Tebow, named Most Valuable Player.
 

Snow on the New Earth, and a New Year's Resolution

By Randy Alcorn | December 30, 2008
Here in our part of Oregon, the snow is melting off as quickly as it came. But we had about ten days in the middle when it was a winter wonderland—making December 2008 our snowiest month since January 1950, four years before I was born.

God Sends Christmas Snow, Clean and Quieting

By Randy Alcorn | December 23, 2008
Usually here in my part of Oregon there are more mighty downpours than great snows. But my brother Lance and I, who've lived here all our lives, were just agreeing that this is the most snow we've seen since 1968, forty years ago.

Family snow photos, and some Funny Pics on file

By Randy Alcorn | December 18, 2008
We've spent a few days with our grandsons, Jake and Tyler Stump, who live just up the road from us. We were on the sled, threw snowballs and built a snowman in our side yard. You can't often do that in our part of Oregon, and we've had a blast.

Volition: A Terrific 15-Minute Film

By Randy Alcorn | December 14, 2008
Four days ago I watched a short film called "Volition" that is extremely powerful and well done. It's a great investment of fifteen minutes.

Jim Harrell, Perspectives in Suffering, Part 3

By Randy Alcorn | December 11, 2008
In the final eight minutes of this three part video, Jim Harrell, dying of ALS but living with an eternal perspective, says, “Suffering is the icy cold splash that wakes us up from the complacency of living this life."