Energion author Elgin Hushbeck, Jr. and his wife Hannah sponsor an annual Consider Christianity Week. You can read the details on his web site. Briefly, Consider Christianity Week is a time to study our faith, to work toward Christian unity, and to learn to share—and share—our faith. This year, it is March 18-24. Elgin is […]
Announcements of policy pages, Energion events, and other company business.
We will be collecting posts from our authors today, and Tuesday related to the Martin Luther King holiday here in the United States. If you write one or see one that I have missed, please let me know. The link on the title will be to the article wherever it appeared (we’ll embed tweets or […]
Recent news stories regarding the InterVarsity Fellowship’s paper about the theology of human sexuality make me feel that I should make a brief statement. There is always the possibility that the position of a company known as a Christian publisher might be misunderstood. I’m making this on the company blog rather than my personal blog […]
Well, sort of. I should have posted this much earlier. We have gotten many e-mails asking how we’re doing, and offering prayers and support. We appreciate each one. We always appreciate prayers! But we are living in Florida (non-liquid) sunshine with light breezes and beautiful fall weather. That’s because we’re about as far west as […]
New releases and what’s coming on Energion.
Energion author Joel Watts, a United Methodist, called our attention to relief efforts by UMCOR. Here’s the UMCOR Facebook post: There are a number of agencies involved in relief. We at Energion Publications encourage you to contribute through the agency of your choice, but please make sure that it is a reputable and […]
Did you know that there is a way to get almost any book we publish free? If you’re willing to read the book and write an honest review, we’re delighted to send you a free copy. There are a few requirements, including the legal requirement that you indicate in your review that you received a […]
Google+ Event Page YouTube Viewer: Energion authors William Powell Tuck and Bob McKibben will be guests.
Sunday Afternoon Reading: Chicken Little OK, Precipices, Welcoming Immigrants, Mark’s Unsatisfying Ending
Currently on the Energion Discussion Network Chicken Little Safe! – I remember shortly after 9/11 asking my father if the world was ending. “Dad, is this the end? Is Jesus going to come back soon?” I’ll never forget his answer.“Son, every generation thinks theirs is the last. Believe me, when the world actually ends, you […]
We’re focusing on discussion this year, and there are lots of opportunities for you to get involved each week. Energion Discussion Network Since Saturday and Sunday are our slow days on the discussion network, let me start with those posts: Negative Experiences Can Produce Positive Results (Iris Subel Davis) and Jesus Offers Freedom from a […]