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Visit the EBIC Library!

The Long Library at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland
Well, this isn't QUITE "our" library...
The Long Library at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland

Our library has an ever increasing collection of books, CDs and DVDs...

3,190 items are now on available for loan. Stop by and browse our wonderful selection. It includes a large assortment of books including a children's section, a young adult section, novels, books to promote personal and communal growth, devotionals, magazines, and much more.

A library volunteer is available to help you Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings. If you visit the library during other hours, there is a sign out sheet to record your book and movie withdrawals.

Online Library Catalog Search

Want to check if the library has a book or media? Try the online Library Catalog Search. You can even see if an item is currently checked out!

Recent additions to the library...

Fiction

  • Angels Walking, Karen Kingsbury
  • Chasing Sunsets, Karen Kingsbury
  • The Half-Stitched Amish Quilting Club (3 book series), Wanda Brunstetter
  • The Rising, Tim LaHaye
  • The Regime, Tim LaHaye
  • The Rapture, Tim LaHaye

Biography

  • The Devil in Pew Number Seven, Rebecca Nichols Alonzo
  • Same Kind of Different As Me, Ron Hall & Denver Moore

Christian Living

  • No More Perfect Moms, Jill Savage
  • Same Lake, Different Boat : Coming Alongside People Touched by Disability, Stephanie Hubach
  • Smart Money Smart Kids : Raising the Next generation to Win With Money, Dave Ramsey
  • Hiding in the Light : Why I Risked Everything to Leave Islam and Follow Jesus, Rifqa Bary

Children

  • It will be Okay : Trusting God Through Fear and Change, Lysa TerKeurst
  • Monster Truck Adventures (6 DVDs for young children)

DVDs

  • Winning Favor

Recommendations

Looking for something to read? Here are some recommendations from our church members:

  • I recommend Josiah for President by Martha Bolton. What happens when a fifty-year-old US congressman lands in a ditch in Lancaster County? After dropping out of the presidential race, Congressman Mark Stedman ignores his GPS when a detour appears. He recalculates his route and finds himself lost in Amish country, a scenic side tour on his return home to Wisconsin. Josiah, a devout Amish farmer, uses his work horses to pull Congressman Stedman's car out of the ditch. To repay Josiah's kindness, the recent ex-presidential candidate Stedman agrees to stay at the Amishman's farm a day or two to help bale hay. Stedman becomes convinced that the White House needs a breath of "fresh country air" and tries to persuade his Amish friend to run for president. A great read for men and women! Lynn Homick
  • I recommend Cobra Threat by Sigmund Brouwer. Roy Linden, who plays football, has a new friend that is a quarterback. But his grandma's water has poison in it and a creepy man in a black car is following him and asking his grandma questions. He asked if she would sell her property for $750,000 but she thinks, What would Jesus do? and says "No." They investigate further to find out who did this. Will Roy find out who did it before he gets his grandma and himself hurt? For 8-12 year olds, 118 pages. Luke Risser
  • I recommend A Dream So Big : Our unlikely Journey to End the Tears of Hunger by Steve Peifer. This is a biography about a man and his family who went to Kenya in 1997 as dorm parents for teenagers. Most of these students had parents who were serving as missionaries. The Peifers had recently lost a baby, and making such a big change was one way to deal with their grief. Surprisingly, they found this to be their calling and used their talents and position to influence many changes. One of them was to open computer centers in remote areas. Steve Peifer received a CNN Heroes Award in 2007. Mim Risser
  • I like to read Miss Fannie's Hat by Jan Karon. I like that there is a pink hat because I love pink! I like that Miss Fannie is very generous and she give away one of her favorite hats. The hat is sold at her church auction and the money raised pays for a new roof and lots of pink rose bushes. The book is such a good book for little girls to experience something kind so that you can do that for others. Lily Grosh, age 6 (and a half)
  • Somewhere Safe with Somebody Good is the newest installment in the Mitford series by Jan Karon. It continues the journey of Father Tim, an Episcopal priest, and doesn't disappoint. I would encourage you to start at the beginning of the series set in the fictional town of Mitford and follow the engaging and quirky characters through many joys and sorrows. You may be able to relate to a range of emotions that we all experience, and each story will leave you want more. Marianne Fye
  • Kisses From Katie by Katie Davis with Beth Clark. This is the story of an ordinary girl doing extraordinary things, simply by choosing to say yes to God. Her life journey takes her to Uganda as a nineteen year old, where she falls in love with the country and is changed forever. She soon takes on the challenge of caring for the nation one child, one person at a time. Her story is transparent, challenging, and encouraging. The overarching theme of love is underscored by the message that God can use anybody anywhere as long as a person is willing to say yes to God. Take a peek into Katie Davis' life and realize God's truth and promises in new ways. Emily Greiner
  • Same Kind of Different As Me by Ron Hall and Denver Moore. This is a wonderful book that celebrates the friendship of a poor homeless man and a rich art dealer – brought together by a woman with a dream. One of the best biographies I ever read! Mim Risser

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