Library

First Corpus Media Library

Room 231, next to the church office

Sunday
9:45 – 10:15am
10:45 – 11:15am
5 – 6pm
Tuesday
10am-2pm
Wednesday
1-4pm
The goal of the Media Library is to provide resources to enlighten, encourage, guide, stimulate, and assist church members as they seek to strengthen their personal relationship with the Lord.

We currently have over 14,000 items available, including a variety of fiction and nonfiction for children and adults, biblical commentaries, family movies, and group study kits. Children can enjoy a book with their parents in our cozy reading area, and we have tables and a computer to aid biblical study. 
Checkout Limits
  • 15 items for staff & FBC member families
  • 10 items for FBS parents
  • 5 items for eligible public accounts
See librarian for details.
Default borrowing window is 2 weeks.

Monthly Book Club

Meets the 2nd Sunday of the month 5:30-7pm.
 
Next book club meeting to discuss Letter to the American Church will be Sunday, Nov 13th at 5:30pm in the Library (second floor, room 231).

The author of a bestselling biography of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Metaxas reveals the haunting similarities between today’s American Church and the German Church of the 1930s. Echoing the German martyr’s prophetic call, he exhorts his fellow Christians to repent of their silence in the face of evil.

An attenuated and unbiblical “faith” based on what Bonhoeffer called “cheap grace” has sapped the spiritual vitality of millions of Americans. Paying lip service to an insipid “evangelism,” they shrink from combating the evils of our time. Metaxas refutes the pernicious lie that fighting evil politicizes Christianity. As Bonhoeffer and other heroes of the faith insisted, the Church has an irreplaceable role in the culture of a nation. It is our duty to fight the powers of darkness, especially on behalf of the weak and vulnerable.

Silence is not an option. God calls us to defend the unborn, to confront the lies of cultural Marxism, and to battle the globalist tyranny that crushes human freedom. Confident that this is His fight, the Church must overcome fear and enter the fray, armed with the spiritual weapons of prayer, self-sacrifice, and love.

Questions? Email the Library Director