February 16, 2010These are some passages to study, meditate on and memorize. Some of these aren’t new to you, but they have a cumulative force as they touch different aspects of our struggles and God’s counsel to us.
February 16, 2010Randy Alcorn’s life, calling, and ministry can be rolled up in one word: perspective.
February 16, 2010Dear Fellow Sojourner, What can I do to get you to read this book?
What is your response to my disappointment with the local church and decision to attend a small group Bible study instead?
February 15, 2010We have a natural desire to be independent, but we need godly church leaders, and should seek to find a local church that has godly leaders rather than to withdraw from churches.
February 15, 2010Although I do not know the specific nature of your struggle, or the circumstances that set you up for sin, I do know that fighting the battle alone is difficult and rarely leads to victory.
February 15, 2010I commend you for your devotion to Christ and your desire to faithfully represent Him both in your personal life and in your medical practice.
February 11, 2010Written by Randy Alcorn, April 3, 1979, the day of his daughter's birth.
February 11, 2010Randy Alcorn loves giving, and he wants you to love giving. Just listen to him talk about giving, about joyful tithing and radical generosity. But fear not—Alcorn won’t guilt you into giving. Nor will he instruct you to sell your possessions, abandon all forms of entertainment or forego future vacations.
February 11, 2010Daniel Traugott was a 13-year-old boy who died in a car accident, leaving behind his mother, father and four siblings. His mother, Sandy, sent us the following poems she wrote that reflect two different perspectives on his death. (Reprinted with permission.)
February 11, 2010O that we practiced the heavenly spiritual exercise of meditating on the providences of God! How sweet it would make our lives...