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 […]
For anyone who wants a hardcover copy of Bruce Epperly’s book Process Theology: Embracing Adventure with God, it’s listed right now (12/27/2018) for $8.02 on Amazon. Get the most current price from the widget below.
The following meditation is from Energion author Kent Ira Groff, and is used by permission. You can learn more about Kent’s works at linkyourspirituality.com. In each weekly reflection you’ll find a timely quote for personal or group meditation or for public speaking along with art or a poem. M. L. King, Jr. & Howard Thurman […]
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 […]
Dr. Thomas W. Hudgins is Assistant Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies at Capital Seminary and Graduate School in Washington, D.C. He is the author of Luke 6:40 and the Theme of Likeness Education in the New Testament and translator of Aprenda a leer el Griego del Nuevo Testamento and The Hidden Life of Jesus. Have […]
Inspiration: Hard Questions, Honest Answers is now available on iTunes.
Energion Publications is excited that our own editor, Jody Neufeld, took off her day-to-day office hat and spent some time sharing her encouragement and knowledge in her new book, Grief: Coping with Holidays. As a former hospice nurse and educator, Jody brings observations and suggestions from many families as well as her own holiday experiences after […]
John Denver and his guitar gave many of us nostaligic longings for our hometowns. (Country Roads, Take me Home) Dr. David Alan Black recently went home to Hawaii to enjoy some “hang time” in the waves and teach a Greek class locally. He also took some time to drop off a copy of three of […]