Kathy Norquist was Randy Alcorn’s Executive Assistant from 1997-2015, then worked in Ministry Development up until September 2018 when she retired. Kathy remains on the EPM Board of Directors.
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article April 18, 2018
What Is Your Advice for a Woman Separated from Her Husband Because of His Repeated Pornography Use?
article September 27, 2017
Question from a reader:I am presently separated from my husband and considering divorce because of his repeated betrayal of our marriage through pornography use. What are your perspectives?
Teens Who Choose Life in Unplanned Pregnancies Need Support and Respect, Not Shame
article June 21, 2017
Last month, The New York Times ran a feature story about Maddi Runkles, a high school senior and straight A-student at a private Christian school in Boonsboro, Maryland, who became pregnant.
Phenomenal Growth, Great Persecution: The Church in Iran
article June 1, 2016
Iran has the fastest growing church in the world. However, the moment an Iranian says “yes” to Jesus, persecution begins.
He Was the Only One to Defend the Disabled
article January 9, 2015
My nephew, Tyler, is finishing up his college courses and was taking a biology class to complete some requirements. The topic of testing during pregnancy to see if your baby is healthy came up during class.
Hearts, Habits & Happiness
video November 14, 2014
Last weekend I attended the three sessions of Randy’s Q & A on the joy of giving at Good Shepherd Community Church.
Reflections in Front of an Abortion Clinic
article January 21, 2013
There is a popular idea that is tossed around as absolute truth: to be pro-women is to be pro-abortion. A woman’s right to abortion is paramount over a baby’s right to life.
What Should I Do if I Fear My Spouse and I Have Become Unequally Yoked?
article January 9, 2013
Question from a reader:During the time of our marriage my wife and I were equally yoked. Today I have been striving and working harder to build a closer relationship with Christ, but my wife has chosen to do otherwise and I fear we are no longer equally yoked. I want our marriage to work and pray about it every day. I am trying hard to keep the family together. What should I do in this situation?
It’s Never Too Late to Grow and Change
article November 16, 2012
Today’s guest blog is from Kathy Norquist, Randy's executive assistant. My father died on August 28, 2012. He would have been 91 on September 3.
Women Need Support and the Truth, Not Abortion
article March 28, 2012
Recently a Texas judge upheld a law that requires a woman to be shown an ultrasound before obtaining an abortion. His decision was discussed on The View and Joyce Behar and Barbara Walters made the following stunning statements