Library

 

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Visit the newly-decorated children’s library!

Come check out the BCMC library children’s section!

The library of BCMC is one of the ministries of our church, for all ages. We offer resources for personal and family reading enjoyment, for strengthening Christian education, for encouraging spiritual growth, and for promoting peace, justice and dignity for all people and the earth.

 

2018 Acquisitions:

BCMC Library New Books – Spring 2018

 

2017 Acquisitions:

2016 Acquisitions:

2015 Acquisitions:

March 2015

BCMC LIBRARY NEW BOOKS Apr 2015

January 2015

Non Fiction 

248 La          Small Victories, Lamott,  Anne, 2014.  A collection of new and
selected essays on hope, joy, and grace.

248.4 Cl       The Spacious Heart, Clymer, Donald & Sharon  Clymer
Landis, 2014.  A book for those who feel cynicism and despair
in this age.  The authors invite us to embrace our doubts, gray
areas, and cravings to explore a deepening intimacy with God.

306 We        The Unplanned Society,  Wedel, Janine, 1992.  Poland during
and after Communism.

362.1 Ga      Being Mortal, Gawande, Atul, 2014.  A book  about the limits
of medicine in our aging years.

364.1 Te      Corruption in America, Teachout, Zephyr, 2014.  Teachout
shows what’s wrong with how the Supreme  Court thinks about
democracy and political corruption.

Biography 

B Schrag Unger    For His Sake, Schrock, Mildred, 2014.  Stories of Barbara
Schrag Unger and her family.

B Abuelaish         I Shall Not Hate, Abuelaish, Izzeldin, 2010.  The story of a
Gaza doctor’s journey to peace and human dignity.

Fiction

F Smith              The Handsome Man’s Deluxe Café, Smith, Alexander McCall

2014 Acquisitions

The next book in the No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency Series.

During the past year in 2014, eighty-nine new books were added to the library’s collections.

Some new acquisitions:

Searching for A Homeland:  A Biography of Nikolaus Kampen, Edgar Stoesz.

Mennonite Girls Can Cook Celebrations, Schellenberg,

Circle of Giving.

And the Mountains Echoed,  Khaled Hosseini.