The purpose of the library at KBC is to provide Christian materials for education in spiritual growth and discipleship and recreation. There are books, DVDs and CDs available for signing out.
The library is located off the foyer on the main floor of the church. Instructions on how to borrow are posted on the bulletin board. Assistance is available.
WHAT'S NEW IN THE LIBRARY?
Summer is a great time to relax and get caught up on some reading! Come check out our KBC library for a great selection of books and movies for kids all the way up to adults! Here are some books for adults that are new to our library:
Passionate Faith: Ancient Truths for Contemporary Women by
Jennie Afman Dimkoff (242.643) This author spoke at the recent Women’s Conference at MBC. “In this book she takes readers on a journey by reinvigorating ancient stories with new life and
Miracle on Hope Hill by Carol Kent and Jennie Afman Dimkoff (231.73) is a “collection of true inspiring stories that show God’s love and affirmation intervening in the lives of ordinary people. It includes stories of romance, heartache, tragedy, and celebration, but all with the common thread of ‘God moments’ that show His love, intervention and blessing.”
Golda by Elinor Burkett (956.9405) is a favorite book of Kay Arthur and was enjoyed by Billy Graham. “Golda Meir was one of the most influential women in modern history. Her uncompromising
devotion to shaping and defending a Jewish homeland against dogged enemies and skittish allies stunned political
contemporaries and transformed Middle Eastern politics.”
Unstoppable: Step into Your Purpose, Run Your Race, Embrace the Future by Christine Caine (248.4) . “With fascinating stories of fighting human trafficking and inspiring Scripture this book takes us from feelings of inadequacy to trust in God’s provision to joy in seeing victory over suffering. ..God has uniquely prepared us for the big dreams He calls us to carry out in His name.”
Unashamed: Drop the Baggage, Pick up your Freedom, Fulfil your Destiny by Christine Caine (248.843) “reveals the often-hidden
consequences of shame - in the suthor’s life and the lives of so many Christian women - and invites you to move from a shame-filled to a shame-free life.”