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New Books for the Library

Thanks to donations, a gift card and the church budget line item, we have some new books in our library – check them out!
For children:
God Made Me! by Alan Flory; The Blue Cow by Paul Hutchens; and The Sudan Project by Melissa Leembruggen.
Brethren/Anabaptist theme:
Who Are the Anabaptists? by Donald R. Kraybill; Sign & Symbol in the Church of the Brethren by Patricia Kennedy Helman and Rosanna Eller McFadden; Background and Development of Brethren Doctrines 1650-1987 by Dale R. Stoffer; and The Naked Anabaptist: The Bare Essentials of a Radical Faith by Stuart Murray.
Biographies:
Living with Dying: An Account of Dale Aukerman’s Life With and Death From Cancer by Scott Blanchard; Passing on the Gift: The Story of Dan West by Glee Yoder (Dan West founded Heifer International); Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story by Ben Carson and Cecil Murphey; and Peace Is Everybody’s Business by Marta Daniels.
For Study:
We have 3 new Believer’s Bible Commentaries: 1,2 & 3 John by J.E. McDermond; Acts by Chalmer E. Faw; and Isaiah by Ivan D. Freisen. There is also a study guide for small groups: Holy Conversations: Talking About God in Every Day Life by Richard Peace.
Related to the Christian Faith:
Every Monday: Finding God on Tough Days by Craig H. Smith (our district executive); The Forgiveness Project by Michael Barry; Heaven Is for Real by Todd Burpo; Calm My Anxious Heart by Linda Dillow; Disappointment with God by Phil Yancey; Exodus from Hunger by David Beckman; Letters from a Skeptic: A Son Wrestles With His Father’s Questions About Christianity by Dr. Gregory A. Boyd and Edward K. Boyd; and Love Wins by Rob Bell.
Fiction and Humor:
The Shack by William P. Young; Gilead by Marilynne Robinson; Love God’s Sense of Humor; Just Wish He’d Let Me In on the Joke by Stan Toler.
Please take the time to check out the library and borrow a book or two! There’s a sign out sheet on the shelf by the door (next to the book return bin) to list what books you are borrowing.
Happy Reading!

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