March 2017 – Newest Titles in the Library


Try one of these new titles selected for the Lenten Season

The Final Week of Jesus – Highlights from And The Angels Were Silent. Max Lucado, 1994 [232.96]  “What Really Matters to God?  . . . if you would truly know the heart of Jesus, consider his final days.”

Windows on Easter. Bill Crowder, 2010 [232.9]  “See the death and resurrection of Christ through the eyes of those who were there.”

What the Cross Means to Me. Rob Holt, Photographer, 2002 [232.96] With text from Max Lucado, Kay Arthur, Charles Colson, Francine Rivers, Jerry Jenkins, Henry Blackaby and others.

Jesus:  Who Is This Man Who Says He’s God. Discovery House Publishers, 2004 [232.9] “This journey of answers guides us toward a clearer focus in our view of Christ and a renewed closeness with God.”

He Walked Among Us – The Life of Christ as seen through the eyes of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1993 [226] “A look into the life and teachings of our Lord seen through the eyes of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, His beloved followers.”

Post-Traumatic Church Syndrome – A Memoir of Humor and Healing.  Reba Riley, 2015 [200.973]  “ . . . is much more than a memoir about reclaiming faith and overcoming chronic illness.  Written with humor and personality, it tackles the universal struggle to heal what life has broken.”

A Legacy Lived – Your Enduring Influence for Future Generations. L.Allen Morris, 1998 [248]  “ . . tells how he [Allen Morris] managed a career as one of South Florida’s most successful real estate developers while committing himself fully to his family and his faith . . . insight and inspiration for men and women who face the challenge of living in the twenty-first century.”

From Bad Beginnings to Happy Endings. Ed Young, 1994 [248.4]  “ . . . shows you how to make a clean break from those harmful life patterns and make sure you don’t pass them to the next generation.”

Simple Faith – Do you feel confined by the “Christian” life?   Charles R. Swindoll, 1991 [220.07] “Here is the permission to come out of confinement!”

Blossoming Faith – Prairie Series #1.  Hilda Stahl, 1991 [fiction] “Laura Bennett was a respected school teacher in the town of Broken Arrow, Nebraska.  But Laura was in deep trouble.”

The Stranger’s Wife.  Hilda Stahl, 1992 [fiction] “Observing her husband, Hadley Clements’ genuine relationship with God helps Maple establish a personal response to Him that nurtures her faith and brings her unexpected happiness and love.”

The Makeshift Husband. Hilda Stahl, 1993 [fiction]  ”With their trust in God the McGraws discover that biblical principles, open communication and the truth bring the fulfillment and love they yearned for.”