Category: Discipleship

The River of Life: Where Liberal and Conservative Christianity Meet

Lee Harmon, The Dubious Disciple, brings his third book to release through Energion Publications and we are honored he did. The River of Life: Where Liberal and Conservative Christianity Meet expresses a vigorous spiritual view, as Lee is a liberal Christian, but it does so for the purpose of inviting conversation and understanding. Perhaps those […]

Reimagine Century, FL Saturday September 13

Energion Publications is honored to be a part of the Reimagine Worldwide ministry, which brings food, clothing, health screening, prayer and job opportunities to various communities in the Florida Panhandle and in Lima, Peru. Tomorrow, publisher Henry Neufeld, will again bring donated books to feed God’s children with His Word. Besides free New Testaments (NLT translation), Henry […]

JULY BOOK GIVEAWAY: WEEK 3

Week 3: This week is all about equipping the Saints! Pick up your bag or toolbox and open up your Bible to Luke or Acts and dig in to grow up! While there is no shortcut to Bible study but it does not have to be boring or repetitive. Here are some curriculum options that […]

Pentecost Sunday

Our current editing work on books to be released in the next month is very rich with thoughts for Pentecost Sunday. In each case, page numbers are from the advance reader copies and may vary slightly in the final edition. First, from Unfettered Spirit: Spiritual Gifts for the New Great Awakening by Bob Cornwall, pages […]

Academy of Parish Clergy 2012 Convention

Energion Publications’ owner, Henry Neufeld, reports a “successful” week at the Academy of Parish Clergy 2012 Annual Conference in Dayton, OH. “The members have been friendly and very interested in the resources we have to offer them in our Partnership in Discipleship idea brochure. I have really enjoyed talking and getting to know the pastors and the […]

Quote and Question of the Year

From Dave Black*: New Testament Christianity is not reserved only for super saints who are doing all the “right” things church-wise. It is for every believer, whatever your church structure, whatever your location or occupation, whatever your circumstances in life. Jesus wants to live His life through us in the world. The only question is: […]

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