No, not the church buildings, but building, as in that old style word edifying! From now through Pentecost we will have books specifically related to building your church, your gifts, and making your church thrive on sale for 30% off with the coupon code “pentecost” (type at checkout without the quotation marks). These books, written […]
“Other” side is perhaps not entirely accurate, because there are many sides to most issues, and the ones addressed by these books are extraordinarily multifaceted. What do I mean by the other side? I’m glad you asked! It refers to a reader who might normally be opposed to the general position and philosophy of a particular writer. So […]
Bob Cornwall reviews The River of Life, a recent release. While not agreeing entirely with the author, Bob appreciates the call for dialogue leading, we hope, to less division. He concludes: The world is fragmented – as noted by my own denomination (we call ourselves a “movement of wholeness in a fragmented world”). If the […]
Joel Watts, at Unsettled Christianity, has posted a very nice interview with Energion author and editor Allan R. Bevere. A great deal of the interview centers around Allan’s book The Politics of Witness. A good takeaway: In the end, what matters most for the world is not who is in the White House and which […]
To be precise, 10 Things that Drive Me Crazy about Working for a Church. Since all our authors either work for churches or have done so, I thought this would be of great interest!
Energion Publications will host a blogging/essay contest. Entries are open immediately and will close November 2, 2009 when Dr. David Alan Black‘s new book Christian Archy is released. Judging will take place during the first week of November, and winners will be announced by November 16. To enter, simply write an essay in answer to […]
I notice that people have begun receiving their copies of The Jesus Paradigm by Dr. Davd Alan Black. I will be providing links to the various reviews as they appear. Hopefully this will facilitate discussion. I’ll backtrack any further posts I make to this one in order to make it easier to find discussions. I’ll […]