Randy Alcorn's Blog: story

Steve Saint Speaks from His Hospital Bed

By Randy Alcorn | June 20, 2012
Some years ago Steve Saint and I became friends. He came to our church within a week of the 50th anniversary of the death of those missionaries, and I interviewed him and Mincaye, the former warrior who was one of the murderers of the missionaries, but who later came to faith in Christ. 

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.

The Eternal Impact of an 8th Grader’s Kindness

By Kathy Norquist | August 26, 2011
I share this not just to give recognition to Randy, but as a reminder to us all that showing kindness to others can make a significant eternal difference in more than one person’s life.

God’s Good Gifts

By Randy Alcorn | July 29, 2011
I’ve been attending and speaking at the C.S. Lewis Summer Institute at Oxbridge. Yesterday afternoon at one of the seminars, I talked about the problem of evil and suffering. 

A Story of Rescue in Japan

By Randy Alcorn | March 16, 2011
With so many heartbreaking reports of death and loss, this news story telling the rescue of a baby girl is a wonderful glimpse of God’s mercy and saving grace.