Press Release: Energion Author Elgin Hushbeck, Jr. Becomes Chairperson of the World Prayr, Inc. Board
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Press Release: Energion Author Elgin Hushbeck, Jr. Becomes Chairperson of the World Prayr, Inc. Board

November 5, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Gonzalez, Florida Energion Author Elgin Hushbeck, Jr. Chosen as Board Chairperson of World Prayr, Inc.   Elgin Hushbeck, Jr., author of eight Energion titles and sponsor of Consider Christianity Week, has been chosen as the new chairperson of the World Prayr, Inc. board of directors. Elgin will work with…

25th Annual Consider Christianity Week
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25th Annual Consider Christianity Week

Energion author Elgin Hushbeck, Jr. and his wife Hannah sponsor an annual Consider Christianity Week. You can read the details on his web site. Briefly, Consider Christianity Week is a time to study our faith, to work toward Christian unity, and to learn to share—and share—our faith. This year, it is March 18-24. Elgin is…

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Rescheduling Hangout on Social Justice

Yesterday’s hangout on social justice was rendered impossible by audio problems which we have yet to trace. Simply restarting the hangout fixed the audio problems, but there user malfunction entered the equation (meaning me – Henry Neufeld), when I failed to correctly resume the event. We’re rescheduling the discussion for June 9, 2015 (link to…

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Hangout Tonight – Social Justice: Good or Bad?

Update: It might be useful to provide the links! The Google+ announcement for this event is Social Justice: Good or Bad?. The YouTube viewer is embedded below. We’ve lined up a hangout discussion tonight that is more controversial than most as Energion authors Elgin Hushbeck, Jr. (What Is Wrong with Social Justice, Preserving Democracy) discusses…

Tonight’s Hangout – Lent: Season of the Resurrection
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Tonight’s Hangout – Lent: Season of the Resurrection

During Lent we’re offering a series of topics during our Tuesday night hangouts that are designed to help us think more about the season (including Easter, which is where it leads). We began with Lent: Season of Sorrow, in which I talked with author William Powell Tuck, who has written quite a bit about the…