For those who do Facebook and/or Twitter, I'm posting on both most days. Already over 2,000 access Facebook and over 500 follow on Twitter.
On Facebook you can find me at www.facebook.com/randyalcorn. I've enjoyed posting some short devotional thoughts and Scripture references on my wall and seeing the responses from readers. For instance, one day last week I posted this:
We should come to God's Word to examine truth-claims (Acts 17:11). If we're more eager to watch a sitcom, American Idol, a ball game, or the evening news than to read God's Word, inevitably our worldview will be more influenced more by sitcoms and the evening news than by God. How could it be otherwise?
For those of you who use Twitter, and enjoy the shorter, super-succinct updates (140 characters max, including spaces), you can sign up to follow me at www.twitter.com/randyalcorn. The Facebook post above turned into this:
Examine truth-claims by God's Word (Acts 17:11). Reject what doesn’t sync. Don’t let American Idol, CSI, or MySpace forge your worldview.
Some people like to get both, Twitter for the immediacy, Facebook for a little more thought development, videos, and miscellaneous things I won't tweet about. Both Twitter and Facebook will usually provide links to this blog, so you'll know when a new one appears.
In addition, we have both an e-news and a magazine. (Go to those links and you can click on recent editions of both to see what interests you, then sign-up if you wish.)
And, with both new postings and a rich and ever-expanding repository of articles, book excerpts, audios and videos and much more, as well as a store where you can buy books, go to our main website, www.epm.org.
So if you want to connect with us in any or all of these ways, we warmly welcome you.
Last but not least, we have prayer partners who I share requests with periodically, and for whom I thank God with all my heart. I always credit them, as a group, in the acknowledgments of my books, because I believe that any eternal impact from the books will be partly due to their prayers. On a personal level, nothing touches Nanci and me more than to know people are praying for us. Thank you.
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Randy Alcorn (@randyalcorn) is the author of over sixty books and the founder and director of Eternal Perspective Ministries.