6 new additions to our resource library
Written by Brad Jenkins

We’ve added some new additions to the church library. Go check them out!

Books for Adults

Screen Kids by Gary Chapman & Arlene Pellicane. “Today, children spend more time interacting with screens and less time playing outside or interacting with family. Screen Kids will empower you to make positive changes.”

 Answering Your Kids’ toughest Questions by Elyse Fitzpatrick & Jessica Thompson. “Helpful information and age-appropriate guidelines for answering kids’ toughest questions on difficult topics, including death, violence, evil and more”

Books for Teens

This Changes Everything: How the Gospel Transforms the Teen Years by Jaquelle Crowe. “Wise teens need straight, bold talk, the kind of advice that is sharp enough to help them cut through the false promises and lies of our culture and blunt enough to push back all the old, tired stereotypes of teenagers. This book is fearless, lucid, God focused, and gospel drenched, applied in concrete practices, and aimed at nothing less than your eternal joy. Not the time to slack off. It’s the time to stand out.”

 The Teen’s Guide to Social Media & Mobile Devices by Jonathan McKee. “The Teen’s Guide to Social Media & Mobile Devices will help you navigate the digital world with 21 refreshingly honest and humorous tips that will not only inform, but that also just might change the way you think about your social media interaction.”

Picture Books for Children

Polly and the Screen Time Overload by Betsy Childs Howard. “While visiting her grandparents’ farm, Polly spends all her time on her new tablet until she realizes she missed out on all the fun experiences playing outdoors with her cousins.”

Arlo and the Great Big Cover-Up by Betsy Childs Howard. “Arlo colors on his wall during naptime, then begins a desperate attempt to hide his disobedience. His mother forgives him. Arlo learns that we cannot hide sin from God, and that confession opens the door to mercy and reconciliation.”