Does the Energion Catalog Represent My Views?
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Does the Energion Catalog Represent My Views?

by Henry E. Neufeld Recent conversations have reminded me that it’s about time to comment on the range of viewpoints published by Energion Publications. I’ve heard I have one of the most varied catalog of any individually owned company. I don’t know if this is true, but the catalog is varied, and getting more so….

Book Signing with Dr. Lonnie D. Wesley, III
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Book Signing with Dr. Lonnie D. Wesley, III

Energion Publications is pleased to announce a book signing and relaunch event with Dr. Lonnie D. Wesley, III for his book The Seven: Taking a Closer Look at What It Means to be a Deacon. This event will take place at the Tracy B Gallery, 1216 North 9th Avenue, Pensacola, FL on Saturday, July 1,…

Bob Cornwall: Receive the Spirit
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Bob Cornwall: Receive the Spirit

Bob Cornwall is the author of Unfettered Spirit: Spiritual Gifts for the New Great Awakening, and today he discusses receiving the Spirit as recorded in the gospel of John. Breath—life—power. That is the gift that Jesus gives the disciples as he prepares to leave them. But as he departs, they are being sent into the world. As…

Allan Bevere Interview: Holiness of Heart and Life

Allan Bevere Interview: Holiness of Heart and Life

Allan Bevere Interview: Holiness of Heart and Life Energion owner Henry Neufeld interviewed Dr. Allan R. Bevere recently regarding his new volume in the Topical Line Drives series, Holiness of Heart and Life. Dr. Bevere works from the Wesleyan tradition and discusses topics such as the relationship of holiness and grace and the Wesleyan doctrine…

Every Aspect of Life Can Inspire Prayerfulness
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Every Aspect of Life Can Inspire Prayerfulness

The cross reveals the fullness of Jesus’ love for humankind in all its ambiguity and sin. Willing to embrace his destiny as God’s beloved child and healer, Jesus faces the agony of Calvary. He did not want to die, nor did he wish to suffer excruciating pain. Still, Jesus placed his suffering and abandonment in…