Online Member Directory Members
- Access the online directory by clicking here
- Click here to request a password for online directory. Available for FBCLC members only. You must provide your address and phone number for verification.
Library Hours: The library is open whenever the church is open.
Checking Out Books
Please, when you check out a book, print your first and last name on the library card, stamp the card and the date due slip with the date stamp that is provided.
Do you know the library is computerized? We no longer have a physical card catalog.
Using the computer to locate a book on the shelf is very easy. The directions to access the card catalog are posted at the computer.
You will not be allowed to check out resources without being a member of the Library. Please fill out a Library membership card if you are not a member. The cards are at the Library desk.
Never visited our library? You will be pleasantly suprised at its expansiveness! There are books for children, juniors, teens and seniors. Books are available on many different topics: Commentaries, Bible Dictionaries, Concordances, Biographies, Financial Matters, Family Issues, Missions, Cooking, Sewing, Crafts, Quilting, Decorating, Gardening, Magazines, Devotional Materials and many Christian Fiction Novels. We have DVDs for adults and children, Pastor Jackson's weekly sermons and the Wednesday night study of Revelation and books on tape.
Do you shop at Cedar Springs Christian Book Store? Bring in your original receipt to us and the library can redeem them for shopping bucks to purchase new books.
We gladly accept and appreciate donations. If we are unable to use the donations, we will pass them along to other church libraries.
You can also set aside new books that may can dedicated as a memorial book for a loved one.
The following are new books and a link that you can click on to read a review about the book:
Sharks - Catriona Clarke
Our Daily Bread for Kids ( 365 Meaningful Moments with God) - Crystal Brown & Teri McKinley
For Such a time as This (Stories of Women from the Bible Retold for Girls) - Angie Smith
The Christians (Their First Two Thousand Years); The Veil is Torn (A.D. 30 to A.D. 70)
Who's Who in the Bible (An Illustrated Guide)
All The Women of the Bible - M.L. delMastro
Men of the Bible - Ann Spangler & Robert Wolgemeeth
Mothers of the Bible Speak to Mothers of Today - Kathie Macias
Why Believe the Bible - John MacArthur
A Woman Jesus Can Teach - Alice Mathews
Evergreen - Susan Warren
Paper Hearts - Courtney Walsh
The Homecoming - Dan Walsh
Angels Walking - Karen Kingsbury
Lady In Waiting - Susan Meissner
Far From Here - Nicole Baart
Angel Falls - Coinnie Mann
BibleMan - A Fight for Faith
Discover School (The Berenstain Bears)
Information on Cults
This Christians In Action resource page of First Baptist Church is dedicated to addressing social, moral, and ethical concerns, with particular attention to their impact on American families and their faith. We have provided links to Christian organizations web sites that address these issues. On each site, you can sign up to receive e-newsletters and action alerts so you can be informed on the issues that impact our faith and families. We have also provided the contact information of our elected officials (federal and state). As issues arise, you can contact each official to voice your support of Biblical values that concern our faith and families.
Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (Of the Southern Baptist Convention)
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Family Action Council of Tennessee
Focus on the Family Action Center Citizen Link
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American Family Association
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Family Research Council
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National Liberty Journal
Plugged In Online
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American Center for Law and Justice
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Guidelines for Political Activities by Churches and Pastors
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