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We Shall See God - Audio Book (video)

Randy recommends the audio reading of his book "We Shall See God" because of the wonderful British voice actor who reads as Charles Spurgeon. This video clip was excerpted from Randy's Eternity 101 DVD class, available at http://www.epm.org/store/product/eternity-101/.

My Eternity Graphic Novel and the Unreached People Group in Our Midst

Eternity graphic novelI really have a missional perspective on this book. In a way, though it’s in English, because of its visual nature it’s like a translation into another language, a language that some people speak and some don’t. I’ve been realizing more and more that there are not only young people but many adults, especially men—and increasing numbers of YOUNG men—who just aren’t good readers. Many young people are becoming like an unreached people group that needs to hear the gospel in a form that is familiar and compelling enough to reach them.

Introducing Eternity, My First Graphic Novel


I’m very excited about my first graphic novel, called Eternity, which is based on Christ’s story of the rich man and Lazarus found in Luke 16. If you’re not familiar with the term, a graphic novel is an extended comic book form (128 pages, over 600 panels of full-color art).The book has just been released and is now available from our ministry in print and as an ebook.

Endorsements and Book Reviews of Eternity

“Eternity is a stunning achievement—dramatic, addictive, and an exciting way to make Scripture come alive. It’s a riveting story. I’ll be buying a lot of these to give away!”
— Jerry B. Jenkins, novelist and biographer

“Randy Alcorn is a master storyteller. His graphic novel Eternity will touch hearts, grant hope and change lives!”
— Max Lucado, author of Grace

Endorsements and Book Reviews of Help For Women Under Stress

Book Reviews of Help for Women Under Stress

This is a much-needed book for women in today's fast-paced world. Randy and Nanci Alcorn address the issue of stress from a variety of angles, including its source and the effect it can have on a woman's physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Simple quizzes help the reader identify the level of stress impacting her life, including stress caused by positive life changes. This is not just a philosophical discussion of stress, however, but a highly practical book that provides specific steps for women to address and decrease the stress ...

A Joy and a Privilege: Translations of My Books

A Joy and a Privilege: Translations of My Books

One of the things I really love getting in the mail is a new translation of one of my books. They’ve been translated now into over 50 different languages. It’s a joy to see what God is doing in other cultures with books that I’ve written.

Readers’ Responses to Help For Women Under Stress

I finished Help for Women Under Stress in 3 sittings/readings. It was encouraging, affirming, and challenging. Your book deals with wisdom issues related to life schedules in such a gentle way. It allows the Holy Spirit to do the work but gives very practical information to immediately try. As it doesn't go into depth on any one issue, it gives a good taste of what to get into and enough to really give things a try! I will recommend it to anyone and everyone I can. —A.G.

Help for Women Under Stress: now available from EPM

Help for Women Under StressSince this book has been unavailable for twenty years, and yet most of it is as relevant as when it first came out, it seemed time for a resurrection, and a thorough update and revision. We’re republishing this because—not surprisingly—women are still under stress!

Safely Home the Musical Drama

Safely Home drama

Last year I received a letter and DVD from Darcy DeLeon, who teaches at Temple Christian School in Lima, Ohio. Darcy and her team turned my novel Safely Home into a musical drama, which was performed by the school’s students last March. A lot of effort went into producing it, and I really appreciate it!

Why didn’t you convert the detective at the end of Deception?

Mainly because I didn't want it to be predictable. I've had people come to faith in my books, some do, some don't, as in real life. I left Ollie unconverted but asking questions. Who knows what will happen in future novels (I don't), but conversion isn't necessary for a story to work and raise questions. I wanted unbelieving readers to feel, "Ollie, open your eyes!" Then say, "oh, maybe I should open MY eyes."


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