Energion author Steve Kindle will be offering a webinar on apocalyptic theology on October 17, 2019. You can get detailed information on this webinar at FaithontheEdge.org.
Tithing after the Cross is now available as an Aer.io ebook as well as through several retailers. For the next week, the hardcover edition of this book is on sale in our Aer.io online store for 28% off, at $16.51. The paperback remains $9.99 and the ebook $2.99. Preview and Links Preview and Links Embedded […]
The book “In the Original Text It Says” is now available in our Aer.io store as an ebook. You can find links to purchase it and also to find the Kindle edition on the same page. Preview and Links
Energion Publications uses three words for our mission: Educate, Energize, and Empower. What do we mean by these words? Are they just buzzwords? The second keyword in our Energion Publications mission is Energize! (See the previous post on Educate!) All too frequently Christian doctrines or practices are taught with the assumption that the student will […]
Here’s an interview with Kimberly Gordon, author of three Christian fiction titles from Energion Publications.
Read Now For the next 48 hours (August 29 – August 31, 2019) the Aer.io ebook edition of this book is free. You can preview using the link shown above.
Energion Publications uses three words for our mission: Educate, Energize, and Empower. What do we mean by these words? Are they just buzzwords? When I wrote our current mission statement, my grammar checker informed me that I should reword the statement because it used too many buzzwords. These included the three keywords: Educate! Energize! Empower! […]
Very occasionally I’m asked about our log and company name. Well, actually, I’ve only been asked about our logo once! I’ve been asked about the name more often. Here’s a pair of buttons that should help explain these. Note that while I’m the founder of Energion Publications and read Greek, the particular connections are not […]
More than just building a tower, the people of Babel wanted to build a reputation for themselves. They wanted others to recognize their intelligence and skill and to admire them. They wanted to create their own identity as the premier architects and builders of the Ancient Near East. They wanted to be the first people that […]