Q&A: Multiple Writing Projects

By Randy Alcorn, Kathy Norquist | October 1, 2010
Does Randy Alcorn work on more than one book project at a time? What is his writing process like?

Great Is Thy Faithfulness: A Hymn for Ordinary Christians

By Bob Kauflin | September 22, 2010
The story behind "Great is Thy Faithfulness" should encourage every Christian who thinks of their life as ordinary. There’s no tragic story (think “It Is Well” by Horatio Spafford) associated with this hymn. It’s just the fruit of a faithful man with a simple faith in a faithful God.

Protecting Purity in a Technological Corinth

By Randy Alcorn | September 21, 2010
I used the phrase “technological Corinth” in 1985 when I published my first book, Christians in the Wake of the Sexual Revolution. Corinth was the immoral city in the first century, and 1 and 2 Corinthians refer to all the immorality in the church’s midst. 

Randy Alcorn: Deadline, Dominion, Deception

By Andy Naselli | September 21, 2010
Over the last two weekends (and trailing into the wee hours of this morning!), Jenni and I listened to three more outstanding audio books by Randy Alcorn: Deadline, Dominion, and Deception. They’re like modern Sherlock Holmes novels that deal in an edifying way with issues like abortion, racism, and faith and challenge readers to live in light of eternity.