August 2019 – Newest Titles in the Library

– NEWEST TITLES IN THE LIBRARY –

Quick, Call Me a Taxi. Judy Ziegler, 1991 [Child] A 7 year old’s (and up) first book of jokes and riddles.  Beware – You’ll be hearing these over and over.

Behold the Dreamers. Imbolo Mbue, 2016 [Fiction]  “…about one African couple starting a new life in a new land…will teach you as much about the promise and pitfalls of life in the U.S. as about the immigrants who come here in search of the so-called American dream.”

A Sister’s Secret – Book One, Sisters of Holmes County. Wanda Brunstetter, 2007 [Fiction]  “…secret brings danger and deception to an Ohio Amish community.”

Traces of the Trade – A Story from the Deep North.  Ebb Productions, 2008 [DVD] Filmmaker, Katrina Browne discovers her “New England ancestors were the largest slave-trading family in U.S. History.”  She and her family face the reality of their family past.

Ministry Among the Maya – A Missionary Memoir. Dorothy Dickens Meyerink. 2011 [920]  “…a thrilling story of evangelism and church growth in one of the most challenging places in Latin America.”

Your People Shall Be My People – How Israel, the Jews, and the Christian Church will come together in the Last Days. Don Finto, 2016 [289.9] ”…presents a biblical and exciting perspective of God’s heart toward the Holy Land.”

Believe – Living the Story of the Bible to Become Like Jesus. Randy Frazee, 2015 [220.6] “…a spiritual growth experience that takes you on a journey to think, act and be more like Jesus.”

None Other – Discovering the God of the Bible. John Macarthur, 2017 [231]  “…get beyond the mere facts of who God is and develop an understanding of His character.”

The Magnificent Story – Uncovering a Gospel of Beauty, Goodness & Truth. James Bryan Smith, 2017 [248] “Within these pages lies the chronicle your life has been waiting to read, to hear, to live.”

Living in Christ’s Presence – Final Words on Heaven and the Kingdom of God. Dallas Willard, 2014 [248.4] “…reflects on the power of the Trinity in our lives, the meaning of knowledge, the importance of spiritual disciplines and much more.”

Surprised by Hope – Rethinking Heaven, the Resurrection, and the Mission of the Church. N.T. Wright, 2008 [236]  “…takes on the controversial topic of life after death and reveals how most Christians get it wrong – and why it matters.”

Walking with God through Pain and Suffering.  Timothy Keller, 2013 [248.6] “When pain and suffering come upon us, we finally see not only that we are not in control of our lives but that we never were.”

Book Discussion Group: Meets the 1st Tuesday each month at 10 am in the Westminster Room at the church.

Date                            Title                                                  Author(s)        

9/3/2019           The Women in the Castle        Jessica Shattuck

10/1/2019         Educated                                        Tara Westover

11/5/2019         Someone Knows My Name      Lawrence Hill                  

           

Close Menu