I wonder if rethinking the church library might be a way to tackle a manageable adaptive change for congregations being faced with even larger adaptive challenges. Let's discover new ways for church libraries to resource and bless congregations.
I would like to make use of the book "Austin's Topical History of Christianity." To do this, I need permission from the current copyright holder, perhaps a descendant of Bill R. Austin. Can you help?
Amanda Barton has had a dream of writing a children's book that adds grace to both adopted children and their families as they discover the joys of adoption, even through the hard stuff.
How would church libraries secure recommendations for nonfiction resources for laity from CRC-affiliated schools?
There is a wealth of information on running a church library available from the Evangelical Church Library Association (ECLA). They have a bi-monthly magazine with topics ranging from organizing the library, book reviews, and promotional ideas to using library software and book repair.