The Nook News

  • July 23
    Just in – A Teen’s Guide to the 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman. Teens’ relationships matter – and learning the five love languages can help them communicate with their peers, parents, siblings, teachers, and coaches! Helping young adults identify what motivates and inspires them, Chapman also offers advice on how to best express love to others, what it means to be a friend, what communicates love to my family, and what is the best way to get along with the opposite sex. Other editions of Five Love Language books are available for couples, singles, men, children, and military families.
  • July 16
    “The reality of heaven doesn’t just help us die more peacefully – it helps us live more joyfully and productively. C. S. Lewis said, ‘If you read history, you will find that the Christians who did most for the present world were those who thought most of the next.’ What we think about heaven determines how we live today.” David Jeremiah. Read Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven by Jeremiah, Heaven by Randy Alcorn, and Heaven: My Father’s House by Ann Graham Lotz.

ATTENTION LIBRARY PATRONS:

PLEASE take a few seconds to check out the materials you would like to borrow.  All we need is your name or patron number and the library bar code that is on the front upper left corner of each item.  Right now we have several items missing.  When other patrons ask for them and they can’t be located, we don’t know whether they are “out” or whether they are lost and need to be replaced.  Please help us make our lending library a great resource for our church family.  (Linda Barber, Church Library Director)

 

LIBRARY STAFF:

Director: Linda Barber;
Linda Beech,
Walt Loving
Jean Ferguson.

 

Email address:
  library@fbcbrandon.com (checked weekly on Wednesdays) or call Linda Barber at 601-668-9100.


Church Library Hours

Main library (College Street Campus) and satellite libraries (Boyce Thompson Campus) are open when the buildings are open.  Self checkout at each location.  Library staff available on Wednesdays, College Street Campus, 10 a.m. – 7:15 p.m.