SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
The FBCBF library has books ranging from fiction to non-fiction covering topics such as money management, marriage, rearing children and daily devotion material plus many more topics.
LIBRARY HOURS & LOCATION
We are open on Sunday mornings before and after services and
Wednesday evenings from 5:00 pm-6:15 pm.
Located in room 104.
SUMMER READING CHALLENGE is coming to your church library, June 5 through Aug. 28. Parents be sure to encourage your children to read for fun this summer. There will be 2 different challenge lists, one for ages 1-5 and another for ages 6-14, with both lists similar to a scavenger hunt. Stop by the library for more information.
CHECK OUT POLICY
Books are checked out for 3 weeks. DVD’s for one week.
There are no fines, but we expect users to return media on time.
Items may be rechecked unless there is a waiting list.
“Blessed are those who return their books on time.”
WOMEN’S BOOK CLUB
Our women meet the 3rd Saturday of the month, at 8:00 am here in the library.
November 19 – Street God, by Dimas Salaberrios
December 17 – The Christmas Joy Ride, by Melody Calson
January 21 – The Undoing of Saint Silvanus, by Beth Moore
February 18 – Vain Empires, by Brandilyn Collins
March 18 – After amen, by Maz Lucado & Alone Yet Not Alone, by Tracy Craven
April 15 – I, Saul, by Jerry Jenkins
May 20 – Ever Present Danger, by Kathy Herman
LIBRARY MINISTRY MISSION STATEMENT
The library ministry of FBCBF exists for our church family and those we reach through our ministries. This ministry has the following goals:
*Provide high quality Christian media materials which can either inform, encourage, nurture, entertain, or inspire to high moral character.
*Promote the work of the church’s ministries in cooperation with the church leadership team and staff.
*Provide wholesome and helpful media which will point all library users to a saving relationship with Jesus Christ and help disciple them into a committed Christian walk.
Books should be current (copyright in last 10 years), in good condition with no underlining.
Donated books become the property of the library and must meet the requirements stated in our selection policy. Duplicates and books we cannot use may be sold, given away, or donated to the public library or thrift stores.
The church librarian is Linda Johnson. Email her with any questions or to volunteer to serve in the library.
LIBRARY TEAM MEMBERS: Linda Johnson, Dot Leggett, Jean Yeackley, Janet Lohmeyer, Judy Passmore, Trisha Dudding, and Margaret Ames.