A Laugh a Day – A Heavenly dose of Heavenly Humor. Hallmark Gift Books, 2009 [102] A cheerful heart is good medicine.  (Proverbs 17:22)


Things That Matter – Three Decades of Passions, Pastimes and Politics. Charles Krauthammer, 2013 [814] “…stands as a record of a transformative period in the American experience…”


The Wright Brothers. David McCullough, 2015 [920] “…the dramatic story of the courageous brothers who taught the world how to fly.”


Good News from the Barrio – Prophetic Witness for the Church. Harold J. Recinos, 2006 [277.30*] “…redefining the meaning of authentic evangelism…heralding the good news of inclusive multiculturalism.”


A New Christian Manifesto – Pledging Allegiance to the Kingdom of God. Bob Ekblad, 2008 [270.8*] “I don’t think most Christians have ever recognized that their primary commitment seems to be to their culture, nation or ethnic group – when our commitment should be to ‘another’ kingdom.”


Still Standing – The 9 Keys for Total Surrender and a Life Worth Living.  Brett Jetty, 2010 [242] “…you’ll learn how to surrender to old beliefs, stop the ego from controlling your life, let go of old stories and dramas that have kept you stuck struggling.”


In His Mighty Power – An Introduction to Spiritual Warfare.  Rev. Jerry M. Kosberg, 2004 [248] This booklet is for group or individual study regarding Martin Luther’s understanding of spiritual warfare.


Practicing Presence of God. Brother Lawrence, 2007 [248.4] “…recapture the intimate friendship with Christ that was shared by the first disciples.”


Johnny Romanek:  The Start of an Era – A Story of War, Family and Securing Workers’ Rights. Frank L. Golon, Sr., 2016 [Fiction]  “…an explosive look at the journey of a man who uses his smarts and brawn to establish rights for autoworkers…”


The Book of Longings. Sue Monk Kidd, 2020 [Fiction] This story set in the first century is about a woman who finds her voice and her destiny while becoming the wife of Jesus.


Akin. Emma Donoghue, 2019 [Fiction] A retired chemistry professor and childless widower learns the meaning of family when he becomes the guardian of a young nephew.  With the boy in tow the professor journeys to France to learn the history of his mother’s involvement in WW II.


The Alice Network. Kate Quinn, 2017 [Fiction] This historical fiction “…hinges on the unsung valor of female espionage agents in the Great War…”


  • To be found on the Matthew 25 Shelves