Randy Alcorn's Blog

Why We Rescued, and the Encouraging Growth of the Prolife Movement in the Thirty Years Since

By Randy Alcorn January 27, 2020
It is, admittedly, difficult for many people in 2020 to understand our actions then, as there is much that has been lost in translation or misunderstood over the past thirty years (indeed, our involvement was greatly misunderstood by many even back in the day). I hope the following will provide some further clarification for those who wonder, “What exactly did you do, and why were you compelled to do it?” and “Was it worth it, and if so, why doesn’t rescuing happen now?”

Joy Is Found in Being Rich in Good Works: Tom and Bree Hsieh’s Story

By Randy Alcorn January 20, 2020
Tom Hsieh worked for a successful network and communications provider, and he later became CEO and co-owner of a telecom consulting firm. Tom and his wife, Bree, chose to live in Pomona, California, then the fourth-largest city in LA County—and the second poorest. They decided to live at or below the median household income there in order to fit in with the neighbors they wanted to reach.