Church Library



Old Testament prophets for today.

Author: Sharp, Carolyn J.
2009 / Book / Adults
Location: Main Library   221   SHA    
Summary: Reviews the lesser-studied prophets of the Bible, including Balaam, Samuel, Nathan, Elijah, Elisha, Amos, Hosea, Micah, Joel, Obadiah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi, as well as the better-known Isaiah, Jeremiah, Jonah and Ezekiel.
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
Subjects: For Today series   BIBLE - PROPHETS & PROPHECIES\BIBLE - OLD TESTAMENT
(Added: 7/5/2018)
   
 

Before the face of God: a daily guide for living from the book of Romans.

Author: Sproul, R. C.
1992 / Book / Adults
Location: Main Library   242   SPR    
Summary: 233 brief devotional studies on the book of Romans and its teachings on God's holiness, human sinfulness, and applications to challenge the reader.
Publisher: Baker Book House and Ligonier Ministries
Subjects:   BIBLE - NEW TESTAMENT\DEVOTIONAL LITERATURE
(Added: 7/5/2018)
Note: One-year checkout.    
 

Fresh expressions.

Author: Weems, Lovett H., Jr.
2013 / Book / Adults
Location: Main Library   254   WEE    
Summary: A series of informational documents from the Fresh Expressions movement in England. Fresh Expressions are new ways to be the church in the community.
Publisher: FreshExpressions.org
Subjects:   CHURCH RENEWAL\LEADERSHIP
(Added: 7/5/2018)
Note: 3-ring binder. Includes additional related material.    
 

Wonder, love and praise: an invitation to conversation.

Author: United Methodist Committee on Faith and Order,
2016 / Book / Adults
Location: Main Library   287   UNI    
Summary: A statement on the nature of the church prepared for General Conference 2016, to be proposed for adoption at General Conference 2020.
Publisher: The United Methodist Church
Subjects:   UNITED METHODIST CHURCH\CHURCH RENEWAL\CHURCH
(Added: 7/5/2018)
Note: 3-ring binder. Subtitled "Sharing a Vision for the Church."    
 

Telling yourself the truth.

Author: Backus, William
1989 / Book / Young Adult
Location: Main Library   150   BAC    
Summary: Find your way out of depression, anxiety, fear, anger, and other common problems by applying the biblical principles of misbelief therapy. You can identify your own misbeliefs and replace them with the truth.
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
Subjects:   PERSONAL GROWTH\EMOTIONAL HEALTH
(Added: 7/5/2018)
   
 

If you know who you are. . .you'll know what to do: living with integrity.

Author: Greer, Ronald J.
2009 / Book / Adults
Location: Main Library   170   GRE    
Summary: Integrity is about who we are and how we live that out, both when someone's watching and when there is not a soul in sight. It is a neglected virtue, and our sad, disordered lives are the result.
Publisher: Abingdon Press
Subjects:   ETHICS
(Added: 7/5/2018)
Note: Includes discussion guide.    
 

Love to pray: group discussion presentations. (DVD)

Author: VanderGriend, Alvin
2005 / DVD / Adults
Location: Main Library   Studies   242.8   VAN  
Summary: Each of the eight lessons is taught by a national prayer leader. Will encourage discussion among small groups or classes.
Publisher: Prayer Shop Publishing
Subjects:   DVD STUDIES\PRAYER
(Added: 6/30/2018)
Note: Eight 20-minute lessons to coordinate with the book.    
 

Who's who and where's where in the Bible.

Author: Miller, Stephen M.
2004 / Book / Adults
Location: Main Library   220.3   MIL    
Summary: A handy reference to the fascinating people and places in your Bible. Written in everyday language, yet accurate in scholarly detail.
Publisher: Barbour Publishing
Subjects:   BIBLE - DICTIONARIES & ENCYCLOPEDIAS\BIBLE - STUDY
(Added: 6/30/2018)
   
 

The lost art of praying together: rekindling passion for prayer.

Author: Banks, James
2009 / Book / Adults
Location: Main Library   242.8   BAN    
Summary: When the early church in Jerusalem prayed, an angel delivered Peter from execution. When Paul and Silas prayed, an earthquake shattered their prison door. God responds when His people unite their voices in prayer. So why is praying together a lost art for many Christians today? How can we reclaim the blessings of corporate prayer, and what can happen when we do?
Publisher: Discovery House
Subjects:   PRAYER
(Added: 6/30/2018)
Note: Includes appendix, "Guidelines for Corporate Prayer."    
 

How people change: facilitator's guide.

Author: Lane, Timothy
2010 / Book / Adults
Location: Main Library   Studies   150   LAN  
Summary: Provides 12 lessons, directions on how to guide a small group through the Study Guide, extra content, homework discussion, detailed illustrations, and life applications. Based on principles from the book, "How People Change."
Publisher: New Growth Press
Subjects:   DVD STUDIES\PERSONAL GROWTH\DISCIPLESHIP\GRACE
(Added: 6/30/2018)
Note: Library also has book, DVD, and study guide available.    
 

How people change (DVD).

Author: Lane, Timothy
2010 / DVD / Adults
Location: Main Library   Studies   150   LAN  
Summary: Participants will be challenged to experience the deep-down change that the gospel of Christ brings. Seminar is useful for church-wide training, small groups, Sunday schools, youth groups, or one-on-one discipleship.
Publisher: New Growth Press
Subjects:   DVD STUDIES\PERSONAL GROWTH\DISCIPLESHIP\GRACE
(Added: 6/30/2018)
Note: 12-session seminar. Each session approx. 15-25 minutes in length. Library also has book, study guide, and facilitator's guide.    
 

How people change: study guide.

Author: Lane, Timothy
2010 / DVD / Adults
Location: Main Library   Studies   150   LAN  
Summary: A workbook for the course "How People Change." Challenges and equips participants to live out the gospel in their everyday lives. Helps people understand the underlying motivations for their actions and gives them specific, practical help in changing long-standing patterns of behavior, so they grow in love for God and others. Based on principles from the book "How People Change."
Publisher: New Growth Press
Subjects:   DVD STUDIES\PERSONAL GROWTH\DISCIPLESHIP\GRACE
(Added: 6/30/2018)
Note: Library also has book, DVD, and facilitator's guide.    
 

How people change: how Christ changes us by his grace.

Author: Lane, Timothy
2008 / Book / Adults
Location: Main Library   Studies   150   LAN  
Summary: How People Change targets the root of a person the heart. When our core desires and motivations change, only then will behavior follow. Uses a biblical model of Heat, Thorns, Cross, and Fruit,.
Publisher: New Growth Press
Subjects:   DVD STUDIES\PERSONAL GROWTH\DISCIPLESHIP\GRACE
(Added: 6/30/2018)
Note: Library has DVD, Study Guide, and Facilitator's Guide also.    
 

10 lies about God: and the truths that shatter deception.

Author: Lutzer, Erwin W.
2009 / Book / Adults
Location: Main Library   Studies   230   LUT  
Summary: The more clearly we see God, the more clearly we can see ourselves. Lutzer examines ten misconceptions about God that threaten to cloud our understanding of Him. He challenges these popular notions and promotes biblically-sound beliefs.
Publisher: Kregel Publications
Subjects:   APOLOGETICS\GOD
(Added: 6/30/2018)
Note: Includes study guide.    
 

Remembering who we are: workbook for the 2018 Florida Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church.

Author: ,
2018 / Book / Adults
Location: Main Library   287   FLA   2018  
Summary: The annual conference workbook for clergy and lay members. Held June 7-9, 2018, at Florida Southern College, Lakeland, Florida.
Publisher: Florida Conference
Subjects:   UNITED METHODIST CHURCH\FLORIDA\CHURCH ADMINISTRATION
(Added: 6/30/2018)
   
 

Matthew Henry's commentary on the whole Bible.

Author: Henry, Matthew
2008 / Book / Adults
Location: Main Library   220.7   HEN    
Summary: Combines practical application, devotional insight, and scholarship on the entire Bible. Henry has profound insights on the content, message and nature of God's divine revelation. Perfect for all readers of the Bible who want a convenient, comprehensive commentary. Includes the entire text of Matthew Henry's original multi-volume commentary.
Publisher: Hendrickson Publishers
Subjects:   BIBLE - COMMENTARIES
(Added: 6/30/2018)
Note: Originally published 1706-1721 in six volumes. Matthew Henry (18 October 1662 22 June 1714) was a Nonconformist minister and author, born in Wales but spending much of his life in England. He is best known for the six-volume biblical commentary Exposition of the Old and New Testaments.    
 

Paul: apostle of Christ.

Author: Affirm Films,
2018 / DVD / Adults
Location: Main Library   DVD   225   AFF  
Summary: Paul is spending his last days in a dark prison in Rome. His friend Luke risks his life to visit him. As Paul tells the story of his conversion and all that came after it, Luke determines to write a book about Paul and the early believers who died for the faith.
Publisher: Sony Pictures
Subjects:   PAUL (APOSTLE)\BIBLE - NEW TESTAMENT\CHURCH HISTORY
(Added: 6/23/2018)
Notes: Run time: 1 hr 45 minutes. Rated PG-13 for violent content.    
 

I am remnant: discover the power to stand for truth in a changing culture.

Author: Schatzline, Pat
2014 / Book / Adults
Location: Main Library   261   SCH    
Summary: Throughout history God has used small, powerful groups who have stayed true to Him to transform culture, government, and even the spiritual climate of a nation. The Bible calls them remnants. Today God continues to set apart men and women who will rise up, speak out, and lead. He is waiting for you.
Publisher: Passio/Charisma House
Subjects:   CULTURAL CONCERNS\SPIRITUAL LIFE
(Added: 6/23/2018)
   
 

Serve God, save the planet: a Christian call to action.

Author: Sleeth, J. Matthew
2006 / Book / Adults
Location: Main Library   570   SLE    
Summary: Scriptural lessons of personal responsibility, simplicity, and stewardship of the environment. Dr. Sleeth and his wife sold their large home, gave away more than half of what they once owned, and discovered a healthier lifestyle which led to stronger relationships.
Publisher: Chelsea Green Publishing
Subjects:   ECOLOGY\STEWARDSHIP
(Added: 6/23/2018)
   
 

Settling in: my first year in a retirement community.

Author: Morgan, Richard L.
2006 / Book / Adults
Location: Main Library   248.7   MOR    
Summary: A book to help people make decisions about retirement living, especially the decision to move to a retirement home or community. Offers hope, meditations, prayers, and scripture passages.
Publisher: Upper Room Books
Subjects:   AGING\RETIREMENT\LARGE PRINT MATERIALS
(Added: 6/23/2018)
   
 
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