Kimberly Gordon has authored three novels for Energion Publications, Prayer Trilogy, Allegheny Hideway, and Please Love Me and a Bible study guide, It’s in the Bag, for teens and adult women. She wrote the novels about characters who find their strength in faith and in the friends and community who live and grow around them. […]
Summer must be a time for writers to take their needed time and put “pen to paper” or “fingers to keyboard” and finish that book which has been swirling through their minds. I say that because this is when we receive most of our manuscripts for our consideration to publish. Our 2018 Book Release Calendar […]
A birthday. A time to celebrate. A time to reflect on past years and subsequent growth and accomplishments. Energion Publications began in August 2004. The first edition of Dr. Alden Thompson’s book, Who’s Afraid of the Old Testament God? was the first book in our catalog. In the last 13 years, we have prayerfully tried […]
Rev. Dave Ketter reviews this new book by Daniel McGregor. You can buy print copies of Holy Dark Places from Energion Direct. Key quote: On the whole, this is a solid introduction to the exploration of spiritual suffering. McGregor’s biblical rootedness and overview of historic Christian tradition, even up to the modern era will equip […]
Energion author David Alan Black has been honored with a Festschrift. Co-editor (and Energion author as well) Thomas W. Hudgins has the announcement.
Andy Garza reads from his novel The Scarab and the Cross in this video, a nice reminder of what it might have been like to live through the events of Good Friday and Easter.
By Jody Neufeld, editor for Energion Publications and author of Daily Devotions of Ordinary People – Extraordinary God and Grief: Finding the Candle of Light. What would my life be like if I had not been born a Christian? I would never have tasted a piece of bacon if I had been born in a Jewish family! And […]
Thomas chose to share his testimony on his own blog. Read One Thing that Really Changed My Life. Our featured image today is the cover for Thomas’s most recent book, Those Footnotes in Your New Testament.
Elgin Hushbeck, Jr. is the author of Evidence for the Bible and Christianity and Secularism (and some other books) as well as being the co-founder of Consider Christianity Week. He shared his testimony with me on YouTube.