campus
library

The Library is an integrated part of ministry,
where everyone can find great resources
and grow on the Christian journey.

providing
resources

The church library is an excellent resource for discovering more about faith, family, and Christian entertainment. The library offers books, eBooks, DVD series, study resources, and more. The selection of Christian resources cater to everyone from the youngest child to oldest adult.

open sunday

8:15am – 11:15am

Open Monday – Thursday

9:00am – 3:30pm

Additional Hours Wednesday

4:30pm – 6:00pm

featured Reading

Betty Confetti

An upbeat, fun-to-read children’s story about how God creates beauty from our mistakes. We all make mistakes. What’s important is how we respond when we do. In this charming little story about Betty, we get to watch as her best efforts in art class don’t quite measure up to her expectations. But does that mean Betty hangs her head low, never to bounce back again? Absolutely not. In this playful, fun storybook, children will learn they can give their mistakes and imperfections to God, and He will make something beautiful out of them-maybe even something as beautiful and fun as confetti!

The Boy From The House of Bread

An ordinary meal, an extraordinary Man, and a world changed forever. Young Alex keeps hearing about a Man from the house of bread who has miraculous powers, who heals the sick and walks on water. When Alex finally witnesses the miracles and meets the Man, his life is forever changed. Walk with Alex as he watches Jesus multiply loaves and call Himself the life-giving Bread. This recurring symbol fascinates Alex and leaves children ages 4 to 8—and the adults who read with them—thinking differently about not only the bread on their plates but also the Man who makes miracles happen.

Code of Courage

Detective Danni Grace has never met a police officer who wants to face a scenario where pulling the trigger on another person is the only option. When the worst does occur and there’s a police-involved shooting, it leads to riots and calls to disband the entire police force in La Rosa, Danni’s hometown. After fifteen years on the force, Danni has had enough. While she’s on a leave of absence, though, a community activist in La Rosa is shot and a fellow officer is blamed for his murder. Danni will need to tap into her code of courage to uncover the truth, prevent another injustice, and uphold her oath to serve and protect.

Hope for the Hurting

Life is painful. Everyone’s story comes with unique challenges, difficulties, bumps, and bruises that leave you lost and drowning in their wake. Dr. Tony Evans, bestselling author and pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship, understands life’s hardships firsthand. In a span of less than two years, he lost his brother, sister, brother-in-law, two nieces, father, and wife. At the same time, both of his daughters received cancer diagnoses. In the wake of all this pain, Dr. Evans had to put into practice, at the deepest levels, the truths he has preached about God for more than forty years. God’s Word doesn’t promise us a life free from pain and trouble. It promises us something else—Someone else.  There is hope for the hurting: His name is Jesus.

Lifemark

Eighteen years, she tried to believe she had made the right decision for him. But if she never saw him again, how could she ever be sure? Melissa had clung to the thin thread of hope given by the adoption agency that someday her newborn son might want to connect with her. When his eighteenth birthday arrived, she called the agency to simply update her contact information, not expecting a response. Susan and Jimmy Colton had raised their boy with openness about his adoption. After the heartbreaking loss of two infant sons that marked their early years of marriage, they promised themselves they would try not to hold too tightly to David or hold back any information he wanted about his birth. And so they waited on him. David was hesitant to talk about the questions and curiosities about his birth story that often haunted him. But as he neared adulthood, his need to know the full story of his life became something he couldn’t shake. Until the call came to the Coltons from the adoption agency, and the first tentative bits of communication and connection set in motion a story that would change all their lives forever. From the team that brought you the movies Courageous and War Room comes Lifemark, the novelization of the new film inspired by a true story of adoption, redemption, and hope.

Experiencing God

This is the revised and expanded edition that helps leaders to promote the classic, best-selling, 13 week study and conduct an Experiencing God Weekend or churchwide spiritual growth emphasis. Written by Henry Blackaby, Richard Blackaby, and Claude King, the Experiencing God Bible Study is based on the Experiencing God book, which has sold millions of copies worldwide. Through examination of biblical and contemporary illustrations, participants will understand and apply seven realities of experiencing God. Churches will be helped to better function as the body of Christ, as members understand how to experience God as a church.

library staff

Melanie Sharp

Library

RightNow Media

You are invited to enjoy a free account to an exciting new video library called RightNow Media. It’s essentially the “Netflix of video Bible studies” because you will have instant access to thousands of great videos for kids, students, parents, married couples and more. You can view these videos from your phone, tablet or computer, and you can also view them in a group setting through a TV or projector. 

 

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