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The name Energion originally was the name of a role playing game system I designed with some help from my friends. Though I am no longer making use of the system, I have begun to make the old manuals and some related software available on the internet. Look at the Energion Role-Playing Game System.

Henry Neufeld’s Blogs

The Jevlir Caravansary



Threads from Henry’s Web



  • According to John: He Who Follows Me … Will Have the Light of Life
    My Bible study tonight done via Google Hangouts on Air, will be on the topic in the title. I’m going to be following up from my discussion of vocabulary last week in looking at the words “light” and “life” in the gospel of John and how they relate to our understanding of the book’s message. […]
  • Sending out Rejections
    As an editor and publisher, I often have the joy of telling an author that their work will become available to the public, because I have decided to invest in it and publish it. That’s very enjoyable. Then there are the times that I have to reject manuscripts. There are more of these than acceptances. […]
  • Would I Publish a Creationist Book?
    I’ve been promoting the creation book set from my company, Energion Publications. The authors of this set of books all support the theory of evolution. In fact, the contribution made by these books, I think, is that they are talking about how we should live in light of a belief that the “how” of creation, […]
  • Football: I suspect God was indifferent to the ultimate outcome
    Bruce Epperly, author of the recently released book Finding God in Suffering: A Journey with Job, questions the view that God determines the outcome of football games (or, I suspect, any other sport), rewarding the faithful and punishing the unfaithful. The title to this post includes his money quote from his post, Is God a […]
  • Sunday Fish Stories
    Yesterday was a great Sunday for me, though I still feel as though my previous week never really ended! There are times when I feel that I heard precisely the right message for the time and place, not just for me, but for all there. There’s kind of a sense with a congregation hearing what […]
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Energion Publications



  • Consider Christianity Week
    Each year Consider Christianity, the ministry of Energion author Elgin Hushbeck, Jr., sponsors Consider Christianity Week. This is a week dedicated to apologetics and Christian unity. Energion Publications will join in this week by sponsoring four additional Google Hangouts on … Continue reading →
  • Bob Cornwall Reviews “Wounded by Faith, Healed by Love”
    Dr Bob Cornwall posted on Goodreads his review of Dr David Cartwright‘s new book, Wounded by Faith, Healed by Love:  As any preacher knows, Jesus’ teachings can be quite challenging. They often call us to consider matters we would rather ignore. … Continue reading →
  • Martin Luther King Day
    In the United States, today is a holiday commemorating the life and legacy of Martin Luther King. I invite us all to pause today and think about how we can fulfil the call of Amos 5:24 — But let justice roll … Continue reading →
  • Dr David Croteau: Blogs & Moody Radio Show
    Author David Croteau, Tithing After the Cross. shares his view recently on Today’s Christian Woman, How Much Should I Tithe? Dr Croteau is joined with Ruth Soukup and Dave Ramsey.  And on January 17 @ 8a.m., Dr Croteau will be on the Moody Radio’s Up … Continue reading →
  • A New Novel on Pre-Order! The Fringe: A Secret Society
    Now on Pre-Order! The Fringe: A Secret Society is now on Pre-Order Sale at $6.99! One woman comes to break the silence and mystery of a secret society which she joined at the age of 23.  She knows what it is like … Continue reading →
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Participatory Bible Study Blog



  • According to John: He Who Follows Me … Will Have the Light of Life
    My Bible study tonight done via Google Hangouts on Air, will be on the topic in the title. I’m going to be following up from my discussion of vocabulary last week in looking at the words “light” and “life” in the gospel of John and how they relate to our understanding of the book’s message. […]
  • Sending out Rejections
    As an editor and publisher, I often have the joy of telling an author that their work will become available to the public, because I have decided to invest in it and publish it. That’s very enjoyable. Then there are the times that I have to reject manuscripts. There are more of these than acceptances. […]
  • Would I Publish a Creationist Book?
    I’ve been promoting the creation book set from my company, Energion Publications. The authors of this set of books all support the theory of evolution. In fact, the contribution made by these books, I think, is that they are talking about how we should live in light of a belief that the “how” of creation, […]
  • Football: I suspect God was indifferent to the ultimate outcome
    Bruce Epperly, author of the recently released book Finding God in Suffering: A Journey with Job, questions the view that God determines the outcome of football games (or, I suspect, any other sport), rewarding the faithful and punishing the unfaithful. The title to this post includes his money quote from his post, Is God a […]
  • Sunday Fish Stories
    Yesterday was a great Sunday for me, though I still feel as though my previous week never really ended! There are times when I feel that I heard precisely the right message for the time and place, not just for me, but for all there. There’s kind of a sense with a congregation hearing what […]
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Jody’s Devotionals



  • The Life Journey/Mission Continues
    I have spent the last eight weeks praying and thinking about what is next in God’s plan for me. One of the specifics points was the question on whether to continue writing “daily devotions” as I have done for the last … Continue reading →Related Posts:Is God Real?Every Day – Seek the LORDHonor Your Father and Your MotherSpiritual HealthTo Whom the Thanks BelongPowered by Contextual Related Posts
  • Taking Up My Cross: Commission
    Then the eleven disciples left for Galilee, going to the mountain where Jesus had told them to go.17 When they saw him, they worshiped him—but some of them doubted! 18 Jesus came and told his disciples, “I have been given … Continue reading →Related Posts:Would God be Ashamed?Christ’s Membership CardA Time of RepentanceThe Way of the CrossWhat Does Jesus Do?Powered by Contextual Related Posts
  • Taking Up My Cross: Persecution
    “Disciples are not better than their teacher, and slaves are not better than their master.25 It is enough for disciples to be like their teacher and for slaves to be like their master. If people call the head of the … Continue reading →Related Posts:Why Am I Here?The PersecutedEager to ListenWorthy is the LambDivine Home DesignPowered by Contextual Related Posts
  • Taking Up My Cross: Peace or Sword
    “Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword.”        Matthew 10:34 (NIV) There have been many people I know who find this verse … Continue reading →Related Posts:In My Time of NeedThe Weeds in My LifePsalm 57Christmas: The MotherSay What We Want to Hear – Even if It’s False!Powered by Contextual Related Posts
  • Taking Up My Cross: I Am Loved
    [And then Jesus said,] “See, I am sending you out like sheep into the midst of wolves; so be wise as serpents and innocent as doves. 17 Beware of them, for they will hand you over to councils and flog … Continue reading →Related Posts:“For Thine is the Kingdom”“For Thine is the Kingdom”There is No Box!Taking Up My Cross: CommissionWhat is Important?Powered by Contextual Related Posts
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Moderate Christian Blogroll



  • Christian Carnival for September is Coming
    And it’s coming to blogroll member The Jevlir Caravansary. That’s one of my blogs. I will look a  bit at the blogroll for posts to highlight, but if you want to make sure you’re included, you need to submit your … Continue reading →
  • Blogroll Update
    I just added three months worth of submissions to the blogroll. No, I’m not going to list all the links. I’ll try to keep up, but this is a fairly daunting task. Currently the roll includes 198 entries. I do … Continue reading →
  • Blogroll Updated
    After a considerable period of time, I have brought the blogroll up to date with all submissions thus far. If you don’t find your site in the blogroll and you submitted it, comment on this post and I’ll look into … Continue reading →
  • New Sites Added to Blogroll
    I’ve just added three new sites to the blogroll: Attempts at Honesty Ministry of the Heart of Christ Top 10 Most Influential Christians
  • Added to the Blogroll
    We’ve added six new sites to the blogroll: Alma saudavel Joyful Idealist Forgotten Voices Lessons of a Dad Herald Sun Faith Works The Sweeney Family Check out these sites.
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Energion.com Book Blog



Energion.com Podcast



  • Elgin Hushbeck Interviewed on The Blaze
    Elgin Hushbeck, Jr. is interviewed on The Blaze regarding his new book, What Is Wrong with Social Justice.
  • The Phone Call I Should Have Made
    Do you take time to thank those who serve?
  • Witnessing
    A transcript is available.
  • God Does Things Backwards
    4Joseph went up from Nazareth in Galilee to Judea, to the city of David, called Bethlehem, because he was David’s descendant, 5to be included in the census with Mary, to whom he was engaged to be married.  She was pregnant.  6While they were there she was due to deliver the baby.  7She gave birth to her […]
  • Humorous Humility
    Scriptures:  Too numerous to mention!
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Neufeld Computer Services



  • Test Edge Animate
    This post is solely for the purpose of testing how to embed an Adobe Edge Animate file using the WP OAM Renderer plugin. (The sale is real, however, and available at Energion Direct.)Related Posts:Comprehensive Google Map Plugin and jQueryAdobe Creative Cloud with Virtual Box on UbuntuLearn to Use Your Tools – Word and WriterForgetting Which Computer I’m UsingCreative Cloud with Photoshop and LightroomPowered by Contextual Related Posts
  • Learn to Use Your Tools – Word and Writer
    A person with a toolkit generally spends a bit of time learning to use the tools in it, otherwise he or she will get limited benefit from the tools available. It’s important to have the right tools, and it’s also … Continue reading →Related Posts:Your Computer is a Tool – Learn to Use ItAdobe Creative Cloud with Virtual Box on UbuntuHow to Spot Phishing E-mailsSecurity and Perfomance Tip: Installing SoftwareGoogle+ Is Getting BetterPowered by Contextual Related Posts
  • Viewing Your Google+ Stream Chronologically
    I like to view my social media streams in strict chronological order. Go to the following post from +Luiz Fernado to find out how. https://plus.google.com/112628336965092687932/posts/28BVXHTt6d6Related Posts:What Facebook Should AdmitComprehensive Google Map Plugin and jQueryGoogle+ Is Getting BetterFirefox Solves Font Issue with SBL New Testament on Bible…Test Edge AnimatePowered by Contextual Related Posts
  • What Facebook Should Admit
    WebProNews quotes a long answer to the question many advertisers are asking about organic reach via their pages on Facebook. Facebook spokespeople have been trying to answer this question for a long time, and advertisers just aren’t satisfied. I have … Continue reading →Related Posts:Be Careful with Facebook Page IdentitiesAvoiding Facebook Hacks and FakesGoogle+ Is Getting BetterThe Humor of Customer Support – Seriously!Learn to Use Your Tools – Word and WriterPowered by Contextual Related Posts
  • Firefox Solves Font Issue with SBL New Testament on Bible Gateway
    I’ve had problems with two sites that I use a great deal when accessed from my Android tablet or phone. These are Bible Gateway, when using the SBL Greek New Testament and Nestle-Aland.com when reading the NA28 Greek NT online. … Continue reading →Related Posts:Adobe Creative Cloud with Virtual Box on UbuntuSecurity and Perfomance Tip: Installing SoftwareWordPress Multisite, Multiple Root Domains, htaccessWhat Facebook Should AdmitThe Humor of Customer Support – Seriously!Powered by Contextual Related Posts
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