Activities and Interests
- What’s in a Version? Bible translations explained!
- To the Hebrews: A Participatory Study Guide Topical study of the book of Hebrews
- Revelation: A Participatory Study Guide A new approach to studying Revelation
- Identifying Your Gifts and Service A Spirit-led program for churches to use in identifying and starting to use the gifts of the whole body.
- Not Ashamed of the Gospel: Confessions of a Liberal Charismatic My personal testimony and theology
- I Want to Pray! Basic understanding of prayer, written with Rev. Perry Dalton
- Identifying Your Gifts and Service: Small Group Edition
- Disciples: Jesus With Us
- When People Speak for God
- Tales from Jevlir: Oddballs My first work of ficiton in print
Note on the word Energion
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
- Paul and the Law Tangle
I’m working through key elements of Galatians 3 & 4 tonight and drawing in some material from Romans and elsewhere. My main topic will be to look at Paul’s use of the word “law” in these passages. My main references other than the Bible text will be Galatians: A Participatory Study Guide pp. 43-47 and Meditations on the Letters of Paul, Chapter VIII, pp. 89-97 Here’s a sample: No Jew would deny the wisdom of Torah, or disavow its validity…. Read More Read More
- Elgin Hushbeck on Apologetics
One of the blessings in my life is the number of friends I have found (and I don’t always make friends easily) who are willing to have great discussions. By “great” I mean ones in which we challenge one another’s ideas with vigor but without anger or condemnation. If you seek only friends and associates who agree with you, you’re missing out on a great blessing.
- Are Sermons of Value?
I have very frequently spoken disparagingly of sermons. I prefer more interactive activities in smaller groups as a way of learning and passing on information. It’s commonly said that a pastor is lucky if, on a Sunday, any congregants remember the topic of the previous week’s sermon, much less what was said about it. On the other hand I remember stunning Dr. James Londis, who was pastor of the Sligo Seventh-day Adventist Church when I was an 18-year-old college student… Read More Read More
- No Paul Study Tonight
Due to scheduling conflicts, or more precisely a wall-to-wall day, I will not be doing my video Bible study tonight. I’ll resume next week. In the meantime, you might enjoy my interview with Thomas Hudgins. You can read a text interview here (not a transcript, but a text version of the interview), or watch:
It’s all a gift (poetry from my Jevlir blog).
- The Honeycomb Is Waiting Now Available for Kindle
The Honeycomb Is Waiting [print link] by Nancy Petrey is now available for Kindle with a suggested retail price of $6.99. Other ebook formats will follow shortly.
- The Authorship of Hebrews now Available on Google Play
You can find it here.
- Poetic Love Essentials Available for Google Play and Kindle
Our latest poetry release, Poetic Love Essentials, is now available for Google Play and for Kindle. It will soon be available for other platforms.
- Rev. John H. Weston: New Author Shares His Study of the Holy Spirit
To some the Holy Spirit is dead and should receive little attention. To others He is a list of spectacular powers by which we can validate our life in ministry. John Weston introduces the Holy Spirit to us as Teacher, Guide, Comforter, and Advocate in his new book, Life in the Spirit, which will be […]
- New Author! Energion’s First Children’s Book!
Energion Publications welcomes Tamika Champion-Hampton to the family of 70-plus authors! We are excited that Tamika brings to life our first children’s book series as she shares the story of Kamden and his grandmother, Nana, who is teaching and sharing with him about God. (Correction) Raised in Wilkes County, Tyrone, GA, Tamika attended Albany State College, has […]
- 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:Honor Your Father and Your MotherWhat is a blessing?Proverbs 16Grace: Comes Full CircleWill You Consider Some Free Advice?Powered 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:A Time of RepentanceTaking Up My Cross: PersecutionWhat Are We Doing?The PersecutedMy Fears … My SaviorPowered 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:The PersecutedWorthy is the LambTaking Up My Cross: CommissionTell What I KnowWhat is Important?Powered 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:The Weeds in My LifeRock or Sand?A Good Word, but is it God’s WordWhat is Important?Mother’s Day – Jesus’ Point of ViewPowered 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:Taking Up My Cross: CommissionWhat is Important?His Love Never EndsJesus Doesn’t Give Up!Time With JesusPowered by Contextual Related Posts
- 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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