Chris Surber is an Energion author, pastor, and missionary.
I was planning my note on my personal blog, A Challenge to See, when I also saw what Jody posted today regarding many of our books. I’m going to embed the Facebook ad below. Check the list of authors: David Alan Black is a professor at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. I know from long conversations […]
Why Christians Should Care about Their Jewish Roots by Nancy Petrey: What more compelling reason can be given for caring about the Jewish roots of our faith than that Jesus was and is Jewish? He is the Jewish Messiah promised to the Jewish people and to the whole world. He was born, lived, died, was raised […]
March 16 – 18, 2018 will be a weekend for learning or reviewing our basic Christian beliefs and how we can be a witness to our faith in the 21st century. Elgin Hushbeck, Christian apologist and engineer, will begin Friday evening at 6:30 p.m. at Chumuckla Community Church, 8008 Chumuckla Highway, Pace, FL with “How […]
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 […]
Kenneth W. Arthur’s new book Out of the Ashes: Constructive Theology for those Burned out on Christianity is now available on Google Play.
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.
Good Friday is a good time to think about Christian unity. Just before the story of the cross in the Gospel According to John, Jesus told his disciples to love one another as he had loved them. If you think a love-centered Christianity is weak or easy, consider that standard! Today I want to link […]
Publisher Henry Neufeld spent his Saturday at Reimagine Montclair in Pensacola, FL giving some of Energion Publication books to thirsty spirits. 89 books were chosen by those who also came for food, clothing, health screening services, community opportunities, as well as games for children and even lunch from the grill! We also gave a beautiful NIV […]
I’ve posted quite a number of “why I publish” items on this blog, usually because I’ve been asked the question. There is always the simple answer: If it is a currently valid discussion or debate within Christianity (valid being a subjective judgment on my part), and if it falls within our doctrinal statement, it is something […]