There’s an outage on our Aer.io store. We don’t know how long this outage will be, but will be taking steps shortly to make sure books are available for direct purchase. All books are still available via various online retailers. To get current information on books, go to Energion Direct. Just be aware that the […]
One of our newer developments here at Energion is our retail store, which allows us to offer not only our own books, but also books recommended by our staff and authors. Embedded below you’ll see a list of our books related to the Lord’s Prayer and the Sermon on the Mount. Watch for more of […]
Steve A. Wiggins, an author, writes a post titled, The Price is Wrong. I recommend that our authors read it, and it wouldn’t hurt for customers to do so as well, as it touches on some factors in pricing books. The issues are different for Energion Publications, but only in degree. The reason is that […]
The link: Why Christians Should Be Involved in Creation Care Why link to a post on another publisher’s blog? Primarily because, as a small publisher, we realize there are many good books out there, and I would suggest the subject of this post is one of them. But secondarily, because other publishers will offer books […]
Both One World: The Lord’s Prayer from a Process Perspective and Process and Pastoral Care by Dr. Bruce Epperly are now available as ebooks, both on our Aer.io store, and for Kindle. They will be available elsewhere within the next few days. You can read more about these books and preview them by following the […]
But first, let me note that while the cover image is not there yet (look below), One World: The Lord’s Prayer from a Process Perspective is now available on Amazon.com, and also via our Aer.io store. Ebooks will follow shortly. Bruce Epperly keeps busy, and his next book, Process and Pastoral Care, volume 33 in […]
Bruce Epperly keeps on writing! While his just barely released volume in our Topical Line Drives series, One World: The Lord’s Prayer from a Process Perspective, is listed as #1 new release in Christian process theology, we’ve just sent the next volume, Process and Pastoral Care, to the printer. Watch here for information on how […]
Energion author Pat Badstibner, who produced the book Walking in God’s Grace with the World Prayr Ohana, has written an excellent post about weakness, Growing in Weakness — Why We Fail to Appropriate, which we’re featuring on our retail site blog, Energion Direct.
Chris Surber is an Energion author, pastor, and missionary.