David Alan Black’s book Christian Archy is now available on Kindle for just $2.99. We’re continuing the rapid conversion of our titles to ebook formats. Watch here for this book in other ebook formats as well as other titles in our catalog.
We have added a new web site to our family–the Areopagus Series site at areopagusseries.com. This site will be for announcements, commentary, and reviews of the various volumes of the Areopagus series.
From Dave Black Online: It is God’s prerogative to realign our lives to bring more glory and praise to His name. (David Alan Black is author of three Energion titles: Why Four Gospels? (just released), Christian Archy, and The Jesus Paradigm.)
I spent the day today working with Dave Black both in preparation for his seminars tomorrow and in recording some questions and answers for YouTube videos and our Energion.com podcast. If you’re in the Pensacola area, don’t miss the two seminars tomorrow, The Myth of Adolescence at 10:00 AM, and Why Four Gospels? at 1:30 […]
A couple of days ago Dave Black said he was working on this essay and now it’s complete and available at Dave Black Online. I think it’s a wonderful essay and certainly points in the right direction. I would add two notes: 1) I don’t think being paid for ministry is excluded. Paul didn’t. He […]
… and he’s already thinking about a new essay: I’m currently writing an essay on missions and finances, particularly the issue of the funding of church planting. I’ve been scouring the Pauline epistles to see what the greatest church planter who ever lived had to say. (Thus far my essay is tentatively titled “The Thessalonian […]
Dave and Becky Lynn Black are leaving for Ethiopia today and tomorrow. They have posted their prayer itinerary. We at Energion Publications encourage you to follow this itinerary and pray for them regularly as they serve others.
He asks some serious questions: Today every evangelical church stands at the crossroads on the question of priorities. Will we surrender to the spirit of the age, or will we join the company of the committed? Will we make a deliberate decision to accept sacrifice and suffering for the sake of Christ, or will we […]
A few words for my Greek students this morning. I realize that your study of Greek is hard work — exceedingly hard for some of you. I know that many of you struggle with interruptions on every hand. Others of you are procrastinators. Some perhaps wish you were studying another language! You may be tempted […]
Ted M. Gossard writes the review at Jesus Community. His conclusion: I believe the thrust and heart of this book are needed and crucial for the faith, life and witness of the church today. It is short, concise and affordable, one of those books one may want to work on, and good for reference. So […]