Resources: grace

Genuine Grace, Unedited Truth: The Need for Christians to Graciously Follow Christ’s Example and Uphold His Word

By Randy Alcorn | March 12, 2014
The world is desperately hungry for two things—grace and truth. Jesus Christ is full of both: “And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth” (John 1:14). When Jesus stepped onto the world’s stage, people could not only hear the demands of truth but also see Truth Himself. No longer fleeting glimmers of grace, but Grace Himself.

Why does God reward us?

By Randy Alcorn | July 3, 2013
Like a parent, God delights to reward His children for what they have done. Randy asserts that to want reward is not a selfish thing. He clarifies that selfishness is wanting something at the expense of another, but God's rewards are not limited, so for one person to receive ongoing rewards does not diminish the rewards available to another person. In God's system, everyone gains and no one loses. This video clip was excerpted from Randy's Eternity 101 DVD class, available at

Grace and Truth in Parenting

By Randy Alcorn | August 10, 2011
In this 2 minute audio clip, Randy Alcorn talks about the need for "grace parents" and "truth parents" to learn from each other.

Randy Alcorn on Bible Answer Man

By Randy Alcorn | May 6, 2011
Full length interview of Randy Alcorn with "Bible Answer Man" Hank Hanegraaff. This interview focuses on The Grace and Truth Paradox. (2003)

The Grace and Truth Paradox: Q&A

By Randy Alcorn | December 8, 2010
This video is available on DVD.Randy Alcorn talks about The Grace and Truth Paradox with Pastor Mark Becton of Grove Avenue Baptist Church. Filmed in 2009.

How should Christians speak with one another about giving?

By Randy Alcorn | November 3, 2010
In this 9 minute video with comments from both Wayne Grudem and Randy Alcorn, Randy talks about how the body of Christ needs to let its light shine before men, and we need models of every spiritual discipline.

Q&A answered by Randy Alcorn and Wayne Grudem at the 2010 Clarus Conference.