2018 has been a year of tremendous growth for Energion Publications. With growth comes some adjustments, but the best part about growth is watching new authors grow into their second, even third book, finding their God-given voice. And then there are seasoned authors who receive the testimony, the insight into the subject for their 30th […]
Announcements of policy pages, Energion events, and other company business.
Would you like to include contact or church specific information in an outreach book? How about a Christmas letter included in an inspiring devotional book? You can now do both of these economically through Energion Publications. With a minimum order of 25 copies, your customization can be free of charge. Check out the options and […]
We’ve added a link to our Diversity Category on our featured books menu. This category includes books on diversity and dialogue.
And now for our numerous American authors and readers, Happy 4th of July!
A happy Canada Day to our Canadian authors and customers. We appreciate and honor you today. I know the celebration is tomorrow, so enjoy! Our Canadian authors are Bob MacDonald and Ben Baxter.
As we grow here at Energion, we have to learn. It’s hard to believe that this August we’ll have been in business for 14 years. We’ve gone from a business that was run more as an occasional hobby to one that demands more time than Jody and I have. So we’re streamlining things a bit […]
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 […]
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 […]