Energion Publications has just released reprint/corrected editions of the first two volumes of the Consider Christianity series. These new editions are page and content compatible with the old ones, so your classes and study groups can mix the editions in a study group. Corrections are minor, but the titles have changed. Consider Christianity Volume 1: Evidence for the Bible is now simply titled Evidence for the Bible, and Consider Christianity Volume 2: Evidence for the Christian Faith is now titled Christianity and Secularism, which better reflects the content and the purpose for which people have been buying and studying the book.
This post is just to call attention to an older one about this wonderful little book. If you’re dealing with the impact of the Holy Spirit, and sometimes other spirits in your church, this book will help you learn to discern your way through the excitement! Holy Smoke! Unholy Fire! from Threads from Henry’s Web.
On Monday, September 12, 2011, Energion Publications owner Henry Neufeld and Dr. Wesley Wachob, Pastor of First United Methodist Church in Pensacola, signed the contract for Acts: A Participatory Study Guide, the next volume in the Participatory Study Series, with release anticipated early summer of 2012.
This week we inaugurate a new program at Energion Publications–the book of the week. This program resulted from the number of questions we have received about using our materials in churches, especially for small groups. Each week we will feature one title, offer a discount, and post 2 or 3 discussions of how one can…
© Olga Vasilkova | Dreamstime Stock Photos … to our authors and readers in Canada! For today and tomorrow only, our books authors by Canadian authors will be 30% off, and books shipped to Canada will have an additional 10% off. Yes, both will apply if you buy books by Canadian authors and have them…
Bob Makar has posted a review of Preserving Democracy on his blog, MessiahRoadmap.com. Note to reviewers – you can request review copies of books that have been released as well as advance copies.