Faith’s library is home to resources selected for your spiritual well-being and growth in Christ. The collection includes books and DVDs for children as well as books on theology, ethics, history, and personal and social issues. Along the way you’ll find devotionals, inspirational reading, biographies of our fellow sinner/saints, Christian fiction, and additional DVDs.
Stop in to browse the library shelves and make a selection any time the church is open. Checking something out is easy. Just pull the checkout card from its pocket, print your name and the current date on the card, and drop it into the little white box by the card catalog.
You can even browse the library’s contents from home using our online catalog, TinyCat:
Terms in the Tags line inside brackets, for example [#4 Shelf] or [A-B Shelf], indicate where you should find the item in the library. Each shelf in the library is marked with the corresponding number or letters of the alphabet.
Other terms in the Tags line indicate the grade level, for children, and topics covered by the book or DVD.
Although Faith Lutheran Church Library endeavors to offer resources faithful to Scripture and the Lutheran Confessions, the Church does not endorse the content of all materials contained in the library. As you read or view materials, follow the model set by the Bereans (Acts 17:11), who tested Paul’s message against the Scriptures.
If you have questions, suggestions, difficulty finding what you seek, or a concern about a particular item, please contact your librarian, Karen Lukefahr.