Come visit the library!
We are located in fuel, off the Narthex, in the Main Building. Come grab a good book, a cup of coffee, a comfy seat, and spend an hour or two with us.
Who’s In Your Social Network? (T 261.56 STENZEL) Introduces the opportunities, and dangers, of Facebook and other social networks and helps teens set healthy boundaries. There are also frank discussions about sexting, internet pornography and online gaming.
Check below for a variety of book lists and other recommended reading.
Our library is always open, and available for you, whatever your connection to the church. We have books and media available for all ages.
The online catalog and instructions are at the red cabinet just inside the door. Check-out is self-serve.
First-time users, please fill out a yellow registration slip.
For recommendations and reading lists, feel free to browse through the other tabs.
The collection belongs to all of us. Please return materials promptly so others may enjoy them.
Donations are welcome any time, and may be added to our collection, put into our annual book sale, or given to another ministry in the Denver area. Please do not donate very old or shabby books.
Here are our newest things. We also have paper copies of an ever-changing variety of book lists in the library, on the desk.
New for Adults – Recent books as of March 2017
New for Kids & Teens – Recent books as of March 2017
Living Online – Helpful advice for navigating the digital world with your family.
The Bible is at the core of our faith and practice. Here are three ways to grow.
Bible for Life – getting acquainted with the Bible, learning to use it in your devotional life, and getting started memorizing it.
Reading the Bible – How to get going your first time through, with or without a plan.
Personal Bible Study – Bible study guides and other resources to help you learn more and go deeper.
Marriage and Parenting Resources
Marriage – Our best books for getting ready for marriage and for living it for the long term.
Spiritual Parenting – Raising your children in the faith, whatever their ages.
Holy (and Healthy) Sexuality – Here are helps for tackling that most important task of parenting.
Reading with your Children
Reading is a wonderful way to share some quiet and loving time together. Reading is active, interactive, and stimulating in ways totally lacking in even the best of TV and other screen-time. It is also self-pacing, allowing time to ponder, imagine, and share.
Families Together – Books everyone can enjoy.
Father and Son – Boy books for sharing.
Mother and Daughter – Books especially for moms and their daughters.
Teenagers are in a special category all their own. They are leaning to think like adults, but still can feel like children. We have a collection of books and media especially for high school students near the big windows, and here are some additional reading lists.
Sexual Purity – Helping teens steer through the cultural chaos.
Reading the Adult Collection – For older teens reaching for adulthood.
Ready for College? – Good for parents and teens to read together.
We have a wide variety of help for your Small Group, from how to do groups, to Bible study guides, to DVD curricula on many topics. To find them, look left just past the library desk.
DVD Sets – Our newest and best!
Books – Great discussion starters.
For Young Adults – Topics and formats of particular interest to younger adults.
There’s an overabundance of resources and information on the Internet, but here are a few that we find most helpful.
Podcasts (Also available through iTunes)
Renewing Your Mind with R.C. Sproul – A good place to go for excellent teaching from the Bible. R. C. Sproul is known for making difficult things clear.
White Horse Inn – Lively and accessible discussions on a variety of topics relating to Christianity and the Bible
5 Minutes in Church History – A weekly sampling of people and events.
Redeemed Reader – Especially for parents, with reviews, reading guides, and much more.
Discerning Reader – A great source of serious reviews, including a summary of the book and reflections on its quality.