October, 2023 Newest Titles in the Library




The Chosen – Season One & Two. Dallas Jenkins, Producer, 2017 [DVD] The Greatest Story Ever Told has been presented as a multi-season show now available on DVD.

Whisper – How to Hear the Voice of God.  Mark Batterson, 2017 [248] “He is speaking.  Make sure you know how to listen!”

Christian Mission – How Christianity Became a World Religion.  Dana L. Robert, 2009 [266.009] “To understand Christianity as a global movement…it is essential to study the role of mission.”

Readings in World Christian History – Vol.1 Earliest Christianity to 1453.   John W. Coakley & Andrea Sterk, 2016 [270] “…gain a deeper appreciation of the global nature and cultural diversity of Christianity…”


Horse. Geraldine Brooks, 2022 [Fiction] The author hears about a skeleton in storage at the Smithsonian as well as a discarded painting in a junk pile. These and other related issues from history bring to life the real story of the record-breaking horse named Lexington.


The Lost Apothecary. Sarah Penner, 2021 [Fiction] “…weaves three heroines and two timelines into one tale of poison, revenge, and the silent network of women helping other women in a world stacked against them.”


A World of Curiosities. Louise Penny, 2022 [Fiction] The village of Three Pines Quebec is the setting for a mystery with puzzles within puzzles.


My First Prayers. Paragon Books, 2016 [child] Help your 5 to 8 year old children/grandchildren discover and share special prayers for all occasions.


Snuggle Time Devotions – that end with a hug! Stephen Elkins, 2015 [child] Activity-based devotions, Bible stories and verses for children age 1-4.


The Tiny Star. Arthur Ginolfi, 2019 [child]  A beautiful Christmas story for children from birth to age 6.


A Homeless Christmas Story. Ryan J. Dowd, 2021 [child**] It is Christmas Eve at a homeless shelter.  This is a great Matthew 25 story for all ages.


**Matthew 25 Shelves

*Creation Care Shelves