1.
  
Call Numbers: 227.81 McG
by McGee, J. Vernon (John Vernon), 1904-1988. - c1991 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  1st and 2nd Thessalonians
In   (at Main Library)
Book

2.
  
Call Numbers: 231.765 Spr
by Sproul, R. C. (Robert Charles), 1939- - 2014 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Bestselling author and popular theologian challenges the scientific assumption that the universe is governed by chance.
In   (at Main Library)
Book

3.
  
Call Numbers: 234 Luc
by Lucado, Max. - c2012 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

America's pastor Max Lucado defines God's grace and illuminates the changes it can bring into a person's life.
Out   (at Main Library)
Book

4.
  
Call Numbers: 234 Str
by Strobel, Lee, 1952- - 2015 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

Shares inspiring stories and experiences from the author's own life that illustrate the ways that God can radically transform the lives of spiritually wayward people.
Out   (at Main Library)
Book

5.
  
Call Numbers: 241.66 Ste
In   (at Main Library)
Book

6.
  
Call Numbers: 248.4 Fer
by Ferguson, Sinclair B. - 2013 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

There are few more important things in the Christian's life than discovering God's will. The assurance that we are in the centre of God's purposes brings lasting stability to our experience. But how do we discover the will of God for our lives? Sinclair Ferguson answers this question by showing how God's will is shaped by his ultimate purposes for us. It is made known to us through his Word. At times discovering God's will demands careful thought: it may require patience; it always demands a right attitude to God himself. Discovering God's Will draws out fundamental principles by which God guides us, applies them to practical situations like vocation and marriage, and underlines many important biblical counsels. It shows that the guidance God gives comes primarily through knowing, loving and obeying him.
In   (at Main Library)
Book

7.
  
Call Numbers: 248.4 Pac
by Packer, J. I. (James Innell) - c2008 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Seeking God's guidance is a focus for many believers. We want to know what God has planned for our lives. Are we making the right decision? Are we in his will? For some people, knowing God is guiding their lives makes them relax and enjoy the ride. But others fear making the wrong choice and find themselves paralyzed as they wait for signs from above.
In   (at Main Library)
Book

8.
  
Call Numbers: 248.4 Sit
by Sittser, Gerald Lawson, 1950- - c2012 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Twenty years ago, Jerry Sittser lost his daughter, wife, and mother in a car accident. He chronicled that tragic experience in A Grace Disguised, a book that has become a classic on the topic of grief and loss.Now he asks: How do we live meaningfully, even fruitfully, in this world and at the same time long for heaven? How do we respond to the paradox of being a new creature in Christ even though we don’t always feel or act like one? How can we trust God is involved in our story when our circumstances seem to say he isn’t?While A Grace Disguised explored how the soul grows through loss, A Grace Revealed brings the story of Sittser’s family full circle, revealing God’s redeeming work in the midst of circumstances that could easily have destroyed them. As Sittser reminds us, our lives tell a good story after all. A Grace Revealed will helps us understand and trust that God is writing a beautiful story in our own lives.
In   (at Main Library)
Book

9.
  
Call Numbers: 248.47 Tow
by Towns, Elmer L. - c2010 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

With an emphasis on a healthy, simple diet, the Daniel Fast is named after the prophet Daniel who participated in a partial fast for spiritual purposes. Daniel was taken captive into Babylon when he was sixteen years old. The Babylonian king wanted the young prophet to help him administer his rule over the captive Jews--and he wanted to "Babylon-ize" Daniel, to make the young man of God more like him. The first step the king took in his campaign was to provide a sumptuous feast to tempt Daniel--food fit for a king-- basically fattening comfort foods. In response, the prophet refrained from the king's table, choosing instead to eat only vegetables and to drink only water. He honored God over the king. Dr. Elmer Towns introduces readers to the spiritual, physical, and mental basics of the Daniel Fast, coaching them through either a ten-day or twenty-one-day period of renewal, and he includes original Daniel Fast recipes created by executive chef John P. Perkins. Dr. Towns addresses practical questions, such as what to eat and when, as well as how to pray effectively. Readers will learn how to encounter God during their fast, how to worship through self-discipline, and how to pray for specific answers. They will also explore the role of weeping, repentance, and spiritual warfare in their life of faith. Daniel is a model to God's people of someone who chooses spiritual nourishment over bodily satisfaction, in The Daniel Fast for Spiritual Breakthrough, God's people can learn to follow his example
Out   (at Main Library)
Book

10.
  
Call Numbers: 248.842 Art
by Arterburn, Stephen, 1953- - 2000 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

Every Man's Battle shares the stories of dozens who have escaped the trap of sexual immorality and presents a practical, detailed plan for any man who desires sexual purity-perfect for men who have fallen in the past, those who want to remain strong today, and all who want to overcome temptation in the future.
Out   (at Main Library)
Book

11.
  
Call Numbers: 248.8425 Art
by Arterburn, Stephen, 1953- - c2001 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

What Every Man Needs to Know About Every Woman!
In   (at Main Library)
Book

12.
  
Call Numbers: 248.86 Hol
by Holcomb, Justin S. - c2011 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Re: Lit.
"The statistics are jarring. One in four women and one in six men are or will be victims of sexual assault in their lifetime. But as sobering as the statistics are, they don©t begin to speak to the darkness and grief experienced by these victims. Because sexual assault causes physical, psychological, emotional, and spiritual pain, victims need clear help, hope, and healing. In Rid of My Disgrace, a couple experienced in counseling victims of sexual assault explains how the grace of God can heal the broken and restore the disgraced.Justin and Lindsey Holcomb outline an approach for moving from destruction to redemption. While avoiding platitudes and shallow theology, Rid of My Disgrace combines biblical and theological depth with up-to-date research. This book is primarily written for those who have been assaulted (either as children or adults) but also equips family, friends, pastors, and others to care for victims in ways that are compassionate, practical, and informed. Part of the Re:Lit series" -- Publisher description.
In   (at Main Library)
Book

13.
  
Call Numbers: 248.86 Pry
by Pryde, Debi. - 2003 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Handing an olive branch of hope to women who are facing a difficult situation.
In   (at Main Library)
Book

14.
  
Call Numbers: 248.866 Wri
by Wright, H. Norman. - c2011 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Many pastors and lay counselors have had minimal training in clinical methods of grief counseling. Helping Those in Grief is a biblical, practical guide to pastoral counseling written by one of the most respected Christian therapists of our time. This book is the next step after Wright's bestselling The New Guide to Crisis and Trauma Counseling. Wright brings more than forty years of clinical and classroom experience to this topic and shares real-life dialogues to demonstrate healthy, healing counseling sessions. Readers will learn how to counsel and coach both believers and nonbelievers who are grieving, how to walk alongside them, and how to help them find the path to complete restoration.
In   (at Main Library)
Book

15.
  
Call Numbers: 249 Dob
by Dobson, James C., 1936- - 2014 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

Whatever stage you are in as a parent or grandparent, you can leave a spiritual legacy that will equip your children and grandchildren with an unshakable heritage of faith..." -- Book jacket flap.
Out   (at Main Library)
Book

16.
  
Call Numbers: 261.7 Col
by Colson, Charles W. - c2007 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Appealing to scripture, reason, and history, this book tackles society’s most pressing and divisive issues. New stories and examples reflect the realities of today, from the clash with radical Islam to the deep division between “reds” and “blues.” In an era of angry finger-pointing, Colson furnishes a unique insider’s perspective that can’t be pigeonholed as either “religious right” or “religious left.” Whatever your political or religious stance, this book will give you a different understanding of Christianity. If you're a Christian, it will help you to both examine and defend your faith. If you’ve been critical of the new religious right, you’ll be shocked at what you learn. Probing both secular and religious values, God and Government critiques each fairly, sides with neither, and offers a hopeful, fair-minded perspective that is sorely needed in today’s hyper-charged atmosphere.
In   (at Main Library)
Book

17.
  
Call Numbers: 261.8 Per
by Perkins, John, 1930- - c1982 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Perkins invites every ethnic group to be reconciled to one another, work together, and live the gospel in a way that brings good news to the poor and liberty to the oppressed.
In   (at Main Library)
Book

18.
  
Call Numbers: 306.73 Sma
by Smalley, Greg. - c2008 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

"Experts on marriage and family relations present an easy-to-read plan on how to prepare a marriage for long-term success and joy"--Provided by publisher.
Out   (at Main Library)
Book

19.
  
Call Numbers: 306.81 Geo
by George, Jim, 1943- - c2012 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Husbands and wives will discover how they can enrich their marriages by looking at the lives of key couples in the Bible. As they observe the strengths and weaknesses of couples like Abraham and Sarah, Boaz and Ruth, Joseph and Mary, and others, they will...•learn the essentials necessary for enjoying an exciting life together•develop better ways to communicate and make solid decisions•realize the need to draw upon God for unity and strength in hard timesAn outstanding resource that will lead husbands and wives to enjoy a richer and deeper union!
In   (at Main Library)
Book

20.
  
Call Numbers: 306.81 Sta
Cohabitation is hands-down the fastest growing family form in the United States and most Western nations. Most of these couples view the arrangement as a step toward marriage, or as a substitute for marriage. But does living together truly give people what they are longing for? Author Glenn Stanton offers a compelling factual case that nearly every area of health and happiness is increased by marriage and decreased by cohabitation.How can young couples determine if moving in together is a wise move? With more than half of American women now cohabitating sometime in their adult lives, pastors and counselors need to be prepared to advise young adults with factual and scriptural truth. With credible data and compassion, Stanton explores the reasons why the cohabitation trend is growing; outlines its negative outcomes for men, women and children; and makes a case for why marriage is still the best arrangement for the flourishing of couples and society.
In   (at Main Library)
Book

21.
  
Call Numbers: 92 Ham
by Hamilton, Cheri. - c2011 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

"When 13-year-old surfer Bethany Hamilton lost her arm in a shark attack, the media spotlight turned her quiet life upside down. Many wondered how this rising star would find the inner strength to press on and realize her pro-surfing ambitions. Would she be able to adapt her surfing style to compete? Now, Bethany's mother, Cheri, pulls back the curtain on her family's life to show how the seeds of Bethany's eventual triumph were planted decades before her birth, when Cheri and her future husband, Tom, were surf-loving kids searching for life's meaning in the next big wave. Raising a Soul Surfer follows their unpredictable journey across a continent to find each other and Jesus, and traces the hand of God at work in their lives as they married and started a family."--P. [4] of dust jacket.
In   (at Main Library)
Book

22.
  
Call Numbers: 92 Kel
by Kelly, Jill. - 2010 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

"Hunter Kelly, son of Jill and football great Jim Kelly, changed their lives and the lives of countless others in his short, silent but powerful life"--Provided by publisher.
In   (at Main Library)
Book

23.
  
Call Numbers: 92 Ker
by Kershaw, Clayton. - 2012 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw is best known for the curveball Vin Scully dubbed "Public Enemy Number One." But Clayton sees his ability to throw a baseball as just one way he lives out his passion for God. In Arise, he teams up with his wife, Ellen, to share what they have learned about making a difference in the world while living out one's God-given dreams. Long before Clayton began his pro baseball career, he and Ellen made a commitment to live out their faith in Christ by giving to others--and they see their success on and off the field as blessings to be shared with those who are hurting most.
Out   (at Main Library)
Book

24.
  
Call Numbers: BIBLE KJV San
1977 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

In   (at Main Library)
Book

25.
  
Call Numbers: BIBLE NASV San
1997 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

In   (at Main Library)
Book

26.
  
Call Numbers: C 220.5 My S
1999 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Foil illustrations of scriptures taken from the International Children's Bible, New Century Version.
In   (at Main Library)
Book

27.
  
Call Numbers: C 220.9 Beg
Presente a los niños las historias y personajes bíblicos con este adorable libro. Actualizado con nuevas ilustraciones y textos, más de noventa historias bíblicas favoritas cobran vida, haciéndole el punto de comienzo perfecto para los niños.
In   (at Main Library)
Book

28.
  
Call Numbers: C 220.9 Ell
by Ellis, Gwen. - c2007 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

In   (at Main Library)
Book

29.
  
Call Numbers: C CD F WIZ #1
2013 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Wizzy Gizmo Old Testament Bible Series.
It all begins when Wizzy Gizmo places the Bible on his incredible Gizmovision invention. The machine whirls and hums, the room begins to vibrate and shake, lights flicker on and off. The invention is surrounded by tiny arcs of electricity, as a sphere of blue-green light emerges and begins to grow bigger and bigger. There is a flash, and then things really begin to happen…
In   (at Main Library)
Compact Disc

30.
  
Call Numbers: C DVD CHR Vol. 1
1987 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

1) Danger on the Pioneer Express: Christian Cowboy with God's help, and his two young friends, Tom and Jenny, save the train, and learned some valuable lessons from the Bible about being good citizens. 2) Badrock Valley gang: Suddenly, a strange disease began to kill the rancher's cattle. It takes the Christian Cowboy to corral the plot and bring the Badrock Valley Gang to justice.
In   (at Main Library)
DVD

31.
  
Call Numbers: C F Ber BER Les
by Berenstain, Stan - 2013 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Berenstain Bears; Living Lights
This three-book collection of the popular Berenstain Bears® Living Lights™ stories will provide children with an ideal gift they will enjoy all year long. The biblical values, morals, and life lessons are invaluable for children throughout every stage of their lives.
In   (at Main Library)
Book

32.
  
Call Numbers: C F Ber I CAN God
by Berenstain, Stan, 1923-2005. - 2014 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

  I can read! 1, beginning reading. Berenstain Bears: Living Lights.
"This three-book collection of popular Berenstain Bears' Living Lights I Can Read! titles will provide young readers with valuable reading skills practice as well as lessons about serving and caring for others"-- Pg. [4] of cover.
Out   (at Main Library)
Book

33.
  
Call Numbers: C F I CAN Bow
by Bowman, Crystal. - c2008 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

  I can read! Level 1
Otter has a brand new scooter! And Owl has a fun idea. But when that idea ends in disaster, Owl feels like a bad friends. Will Otter ever forgive him?
Out   (at Main Library)
Book

34.
  
Call Numbers: C F Kar
by Karwatowicz, Patricia - 2005 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  God is in the Little Things
All Isabella can afford for her grandmother's birthday is a sickly little parsley plant on sale. Although friends and neighbors tell her it's too late to save the plant, proper care and Isabella's trust in God win out.
In   (at Main Library)
Book

35.
  
Call Numbers: C F Mur YOU # 1
by Murphy, Elspeth Campbell. - 2001 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

  Young cousins mysteries ; 1
Sara-Jane and her cousins, Titus and Timothy, go to their neighbor's birthday party and help him discover what his real present is.
Accelerated Reader
Out   (at Main Library)
Book

36.
  
Call Numbers: C F Mur YOU # 2
by Murphy, Elspeth Campbell. - c2001 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

  Young cousins mysteries ; 2
A pet ferret becomes the prime suspect when Titus and his cousins investigate the disappearance of a treasured swimming medal.
Accelerated Reader
Out   (at Main Library)
Book

37.
  
Call Numbers: C F Mur YOU # 3
by Murphy, Elspeth Campbell. - c2002 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Young cousins mysteries ; 3
Sara-Jane and her cousins, Titus and Timothy, set out to solve the mystery of why the giant chicken crossed the road--and what it was doing there in the first place.
Accelerated Reader
In   (at Main Library)
Book

38.
  
Call Numbers: C F Mur YOU # 4
by Murphy, Elspeth Campbell. - c2002 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Young cousins mysteries ; 4
Sara-Jane and her cousins, Timothy and Titus, with help from Jessica who is in Timothy's art class, solve a puzzle drawn in chalk outside of the school.
Accelerated Reader
In   (at Main Library)
Book

39.
  
Call Numbers: C F REA Gr. 1
c1996 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Christian Light reading to learn series
I Wonder . . . is the first reader in the grades one through eight Reading to Learn program. A collection of 24 stories and 18 poems, I Wonder is designed to stimulate an interest in reading while providing spiritual lessons to the child in the second half of first grade. Just as Jesus used interesting stories, the stories in I Wonder are used to teach valuable lessons-both reading skills and spiritual. Stories like "Who's Afraid of Funder?" "Lesson From a Door Slammer," and "Mrs. Grape Jelly's Apples" will captivate the child's interest as story characters face real-to-life situations.
In   (at Main Library)
Book

40.
  
Call Numbers: C F REA Gr. 2
1998 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Reading to learn series
How can Nell possibly be thankful for dried onions? How can one apple make seven people happy? Why didn't Bradley enjoy playing with his little cousin? Children learn the answers in "Nell's Dried Onions," "The Apple That Was Polished Six Times," and "Lesson of the Lincoln Logs." They visit India where a little girl wants to learn to read. They have fun with Andy Lee and Mr. Doodleburger. And they learn about honesty, helpfulness, courtesy, trust, unselfishness, and thankfulness. First of two readers for second grade.
In   (at Main Library)
Book

41.
  
Call Numbers: C-EB Hal
by Hall, Hannah. - 2015 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Even the smallest scratches, bumps, and scrapes can sometimes be traumatic for children. When simple injuries happen, God Bless My Boo Boo is like a warm hug that helps ease the pain. Comforting, sweet, and sometimes silly rhymes guide readers through adorable scenes of baby animals and their boo boos and remind children that God is there to help. Just like Mommy Zebra makes a scraped knee better or Mommy Walrus helps tend a toothache, real moms will be able to use this book to make their little ones’ boo boos all better too!
In   (at Main Library)
Book

42.
  
Call Numbers: C-EB LIT Haz
by Hazen, Barbara Shook. - c2003 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Little golden books
Retells the story of how Noah obeyed God's command to build an ark in order to save his family and the animals of the world from a great flood.
In   (at Main Library)
Book

43.
  
Call Numbers: C-EB Luc
by Lucado, Max. - 2007 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Young children will learn the beloved verse of John 3:16 through this interactive book. The multi-colored bead element will help kids associate key words in the verse (which are the basis for the chapter titles in the adult trade book) with a color. The colors help children remember the meaning of the verse. God's Great Big Love For Me will remind children that God gave the ultimate sacrifice out of His passionate love for us.
In   (at Main Library)
Book

44.
  
Call Numbers: C-EB Mac GOD
by MacDonald, Mindy. - c2005 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  God counts! series
Retells selected Bible stories in rhyme.
In   (at Main Library)
Book

45.
  
Call Numbers: C-EB Pag
by Page, Claire - 2014 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

A book for young children that reinforces the message that God knows all about us and loves every bit of us.
In   (at Main Library)
Book

46.
  
Call Numbers: CD 649.1 Cha
by Chapman, Gary D., 1938- - c1997 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Discover your child's primary language and learn what you can do to effectively convey unconditional feelings of respect, affection, and commitment that will resonate in your child's emotions and behavior.
In   (at Main Library)
Compact Disc

47.
  
Call Numbers: CD F Alc OLL # 2
by Alcorn, Randy C. - 1996 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Ollie Chandler series; bk 2.
Can one man’s search for justice stand up to the forces of evil threatening to destroy him? A shocking murder drags black newspaper columnist Clarence Abernathy into the disorienting world of inner-city gangs and racial conflict. In a desperate hunt for answers to the violence (and to his own struggles with race and faith), Clarence forges an unlikely partnership with redneck detective Ollie Chandler. Despite their differences, Clarence and Ollie soon find themselves sharing the same mission: victory over the forces of darkness vying for dominion.
In   (at Main Library)
Compact Disc

48.
  
Call Numbers: CD F Hen
by Henderson, Dee. - 2012 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Ann Silver is a cop's cop. As the Midwest Homicide Investigator, she is called in to help local law enforcement on the worst of cases, looking for answers to murder. Hers is one of the region's most trusted investigative positions. Paul Falcon is the FBI's top murder cop in the Midwest. If the victim carried a federal badge or had a security clearance, odds are good Paul and his team see the case file or work the murder. Their lives intersect when Ann arrives to pass a case off her desk and onto his. A car wreck and a suspicious death offer a lead on a hired shooter he is tracking. Paul isn't expecting to meet someone, the kind that goes on the personal side of the ledger, but Ann Silver has his attention. The better he gets to know her, the more Paul realizes her job barely scratches the surface of who she is. She knows spies and soldiers and U.S. Marshals, and has written books about them. She is friends with the former Vice President. People with good reason to be cautious about who they let into their lives deeply trust her. Paul wonders just what secrets Ann is keeping, until she shows him the John Doe Killer case file, and he starts to realize just who this lady he is falling in love with really is...
In   (at Main Library)
Compact Disc

49.
  
Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2015 03-22
by Hegg, David - 2015 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Acts: Share the Story
In chapter 2 Peter stood to explain the miraculous coming of God the Spirit and the amazing gift of languages. In chapter 3, Peter is once again called to explain the miraculous healing of a man lame from birth. In both cases, Peter begins with a connection to his crowd and moves to a proclamation of the Good News of Jesus. This is an apostolic example of being intentionally available to be part of what God is doing in drawing those around us to Jesus as their Savior and Lord.
In   (at Main Library)
Compact Disc

50.
  
Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2015 03-29
by Hegg, David - 2015 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Acts: Share the Story
Peter's sermon of explanation and exhortation in Chapter 3 got John and him introuble with the religious leadership. Now, standing before the Council, Peter delivers another powerful presentation of Jesus Christ, despite the great risk of imprisonment or worse. He was not moved by fear of losing what he had, but of failing to use what he had been given. He and John were committed to live up to their calling to "speak of what we have seen and heard."
In   (at Main Library)
Compact Disc