Randy Alcorn's Blog: video
In part two of this two part video interview, I sit down with Jason, a young pastor I just met, and we discuss some questions he has about ministry, including how to jump in now and serve the Lord while also setting aside time to grow in wisdom and understanding.
- Mon, Aug 12, 2013
- Marriage and Family
Show respect to them and listen to them, and you’ll have a grounds for mentoring your teenagers. This is a huge responsibility of parenthood—mentoring your children and pouring yourselves into them. Part of that is to ask them questions and encourage them to ask you questions (and not be shocked at some of the questions they ask!).
- Thu, Jun 03, 2010
Here’s a video I just watched that speaks for itself, in any language.
- Mon, Apr 23, 2012
- Randy's Books
Anticipating Heaven doesn’t eliminate life’s pain, but it lessens it and puts it in perspective. Meditating on God’s eternal promises is a great pain reliever. It reminds us that suffering and death are temporary conditions.
- Wed, Nov 13, 2013
Suppose I saw a three-year-old little girl about to fall off a cliff. If I save the child’s life, she will likely grow older and may not come to faith in Christ. But if I let her die, she goes to Heaven. What should I do? (That’s how you make a moral quandary out of something that’s completely simple—you try to save the child’s life even if you have to risk your life to do it!)
This whole line of argumentation is repugnant on the face of it, isn’t it? I think it’s every bit as repugnant when used about unborn children as it is about children who are already born.
- Wed, Aug 24, 2011
- Christian Life
When it comes to spiritual disciplines, some people think being committed to them is a matter of legalism. A couple of years ago, I led a group of young guys through a study of Renovation of the Heart by Dallas Willard, in which he emphasized the spiritual disciplines
- Mon, Jul 02, 2012
- Culture and Worldview
An artful Catholic video relevant to Evangelical Protestants, regarding elections, candidates and voting
I am an evangelical Protestant, not a Catholic. I have serious disagreement with some aspects of Catholic theology. However, having said that, I very much agree with the central tenants of this beautifully done Catholic video, which I think should be taken seriously by evangelical Protestants and other people of faith: