I find more and more people turning to e-readers and was wondering if the church libraries could tap into this market and how it would work. Thoughts?
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?
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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?
I chair our church's education committee and am looking for recommendations vis-a-vis resources for biblical and theological literacy. Any advice along these lines would be most appreciated.
I got the complete sermons for C.H. Spurgeon for $30 from christianbook.com and it has been added to our church library, I suggest you check it out as well, good stuff.
Recommending Unbroken by Hildenbrand, Wait Until Next Year