Randy and Nanci Alcorn were married in 1975. They have two married daughters and five grandsons.
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article September 1, 2021
Nanci read the following to me from her journal a few days ago, and I asked her if we could use it as a blog. As many of you know, she has been battling cancer for over three years now. We are grateful for everyone’s love and prayers, and are fully trusting God in this.
When the Pastor Came to Dinner
article August 15, 2018
When I was dating my wife Nanci in high school, and had dinner with her parents, her dad and mom first told me this story. In years to come, I heard it a number of other times. I found it charming and funny, and just like Nanci! I asked her to write it up so you could enjoy it too.
A Prayer to the Shepherd of My Life
article April 13, 2018
Earlier this year, my wife and best friend Nanci was diagnosed with colon cancer, and is now beginning a combination of radiation and chemotherapy treatments. She recently wrote a prayer based on Psalm 23. It really spoke to me, and I hope it speaks to you too.
25 Years of God's Faithfulness to EPM: An interview with Randy and Nanci Alcorn
article July 13, 2015
In this interview, Randy and Nanci recall God’s faithfulness to their family and to this ministry in the years since EPM was founded.
Q&A for Women with Randy and Nanci Alcorn
video May 14, 2014
Randy and his wife Nanci spoke to a group of young moms at their home church (Good Shepherd Community Church in Boring, OR) on May 8, 2014. The format was Q&A and many topics were covered including family, parenting, and living a godly life. View video below from each of the sessions with Randy and Nanci.
Help For Women Under Stress: Q&A with Randy and Nanci
audio May 15, 2013
Randy and Nanci Alcorn speak about Help For Women Under Stress in a Q&A format at a young mom's group at Good Shepherd Community Church on May 9, 2013.
How God Uses Stress for Our Good and His Glory
article March 20, 2013
Having a biblical perspective is seeing life through God’s eyes. It is seeing order in chaos, use in the useless, and good in the bad. If we are to develop eyes to see God’s hand in everything, we must believe (not necessarily understand) what Scripture says about the purpose of stress. Stress is an effective tool in the hands of our God, a tool that is intended both for His glory and our good. In this article we will look at some ways God uses stress.