“The beginning of wisdom is the fear of the Lord, and knowledge of the Holy One is understanding.”        Proverbs 9:10 

Welcome to the First Baptist Church Library website. We look forward to keeping you posted on new arrivals and other pertinent information.
FBC Ladies’ Christian Book Club
The FBC Ladies’ Christian Book Club will meet in the church library, and find out about our unique approach to the club and discover some great books. If you have any questions, see Linda Watkins or Sammie Hampton.

 god-gave-us-you   the-story-of-ferdinand-book-cover    audacious    amazingly-graced    icecutters-daughter God Gave Us You by Lisa Tawn Bergren Summary: Mama polar bear tells Little Cub that her birth was a gift from God. This is a beautiful book! The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf and illustrated by Robert Lawson What wonderful black and white illustrations!  (A classic tale for ages 3-8) But a good story is good for all ages.  Adults—if you haven’t read it you should give it a try!

Audacious by Beth Moore

Audacious: intrepidly daring, adventurous, bold, marked by originality and verve. His love for you is like that. (Quote pg 43).  Beth came to the realization that her vision for women was incomplete. What was missing? Well, let’s just say, it’s audacious and it’s for all of us. And it’s the path to the life you were born to live. (Quote from book jacket) Amazingly Graced — A Prosecutor Journeys through Faith, Murder, and the Oklahoma City Bombing by Wes Lane This is the true story of the former district attorney for Oklahoma County who prosecuted Terry Nichols for the OKC bombing. The Icecutter’s Daughter  by Tracie Peterson (bk. 1) A family promise and a lack of lady-like qualities have kept Merrill Krause single. When a chance at love appears, can she overcome the challenges?

Sunday: After church services
Wednesday: Before and after Bible study
The library contains many books and other media resources. Christian fiction and nonfiction books, CD’s, DVD’s, audio tapes and videotapes are available for all ages.
The First Baptist Church Library has primarily been built by memorial and honor gifts. We strive to continue to grow our collection, keeping it in good order by providing great books and contemporary resources.
From a humble beginning, the library now resides in a prominent location that makes for easy access for those visiting the library.
Your church library is an extension of the church’s ministry. It is here for all members to use and enjoy.