Hearts, Habits & Happiness

From Kathy Norquist, Randy Alcorn’s assistant:

Last weekend I attended the three sessions of Randy’s Q & A on the joy of giving at Good Shepherd Community Church. The theme of the conference was aptly named “Hearts, Habits & Happiness.” I’ve never heard messages on giving so infused with joy! I especially loved seeing Randy’s passion for this subject and hearing how generous giving leads to much happiness.

The Q & A interview format is very engaging with Randy’s pastor asking questions and Randy frequently reading from and commenting on the many Scriptures that speak about money and possessions. This resource would be useful for individuals or in a group setting, church service or Sunday school class. I hope you enjoy these sessions and share them with others. May the Lord do a mighty work throughout the body of Christ.

"There may be no one in this generation who has influenced Kingdom thinking about financial stewardship and generosity more than Randy Alcorn. I quote Randy in almost every speech. I also know that Randy walks his talk. He is a person to be listened to. It is a privilege to endorse this conference."

–Ron Blue  Author/speaker

"God has consistently used Randy to help me live out 'to whom much is given much is required' and better understand the idea of biblical generosity. He’s helped me maintain an eternal perspective and see that our only reasonable act of service to Him is to present our whole lives as a sacrifice in light of His extravagance toward us.  Susan and I count it a privilege to call him our friend!"

–J. Todd Peterson  Chairman, Pro Athletes Outreach; Acting CEO, Seed Company 

Giving #1: The Overflowing Joy of Giving to Those in Need from Randy Alcorn - EPM on Vimeo.

Giving #2: Giving Now Is Investing in Eternity from Randy Alcorn - EPM on Vimeo.

Giving #3: God Works in Us and Through Us When We Give from Randy Alcorn - EPM on Vimeo.

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.