There are many difficulties in operating a Christian publishing company in the current market, but there are also rewards. One of those rewards is the opportunity to publish books that I think can really make a difference in the Christian world. Then we get back to the hard part—making sure that those who will benefit […]
… and you aren’t even required to review it (though we wouldn’t mind if you did!). Yesterday on his blog Dave Black said: 8:00 AM I am so excited about what the Lord Jesus is doing in my local church. A revolution is taking place — a new revolution that has to take place if […]
Thomas Hudgins provides a thorough review of Dave Black’s new book. He says, “Coming from someone who has bought a lot of books over the years, I’m always appreciative when I can find one that costs very little but challenges my heart greatly.” I would add that the quantity discounts are very good. Check them […]
Office and review copies of The Church Under the Cross (William Powell Tuck) and Will You Join the Cause of Global Missions? (David Alan Black) are arriving today. Bloggers, request your review copies. These books are already in stock at Amazon.com (Church, Missions), B&N (Church, Missions), and Energion Direct (Church, Missions).
Barnes & Noble is offering the book Will You Join the Cause of Global Missions? by David Alan Black for just $2.57. This price was observed on the B&N website on February 4, 2012, and I have no idea how long it will last. Use the button to the left to go to the B&N […]
Will You Join the Cause of Global Missions? by David Alan Black will be released in January, 2012. The press release is embedded below the fold.
D. Kevin Brown, author of forthcoming Energion title Rite of Passage, asks about our priorities in church spending and action: Last year in the association in which the church I pastor is a member, there was reported 200 people baptized with total receipts of almost $8 million. Do you know what that tells me? That […]
Extract: John Piper is the foremost evangelical catalyst for world missions, and Philip Hopkins is the foremost interpreter of Piper’s theology of missions. The convergence of these two facts makes Hopkins’ recent book, God’s Desire for the Nations: The Missionary Theology of John Piper (Gonzalez, FL: Energion, 2010) significant for pastors, missionaries, professors, and students […]