Truth and Grace in an Age of Lies

By Randy Alcorn | March 17, 1998
Read Acts 2 and Acts 4 and you see a radical difference in the church, a profound transformation in the way people treated each other. Christians were different in the way they behaved, in the way they lived. They were characterized by visible acts of love and generosity and joyous sacrifice for the good of others.

Uganda, A Bet, and a Prayer

By Doug Nichols | March 16, 1998
Uganda is back in the news these days because of elections and problems within the nation. While praying for Uganda, I was reminded of a story I read several years ago.

Sexual Purity: What You Need to Know

By Randy Alcorn | March 1, 1998
When it comes to sexual purity, we don’t have to wonder what God’s will is. Scripture tells us straight out. His expectations of his children are much higher than for those who don’t know him.

Whose Constitution Is It?

By Chuck Colson | March 1, 1998
The Supreme Court building, with its white marble pillars, towers above the street across from the U. S. Capitol (as though these two branches of government were staring each other down, the better to maintain an even balance of power).

The Great Debate

By Kathy Norquist | February 1, 1998
Ron was introduced first and had 15 minutes to present his prolife position.

At Home With God

By Randy Alcorn | December 24, 1997
Looking for a way to reach out, a woman from the Midwest contacted a death-row prison ministry and began writing to a man named Durlyn.