There are 17 new books in the Knox library (10 of them purchased by a generous donor). Here are just a few of the new titles you can check out after worship:
Every Good Endeavor by Timothy Keller is about how excellence, integrity, discipline, creativity and passion in the workplace can both help others and be an act of worship.
In Age Reborn by Grace Sustained by Sister Thelma-Anne, SSJD. An exploration of issues that face both individuals with chronic, progressive illnesses and also their case partners, family and friends. Includes suggestions for coping.
Damned Nations by Samantha Nutt, MD. About greed, guns, armies and aid.
Luther’s Fortress:Martin Luther and His Reformation Under Siege by James Reston Jr. A description of a little-known but vitally important episode in Martin Luther’s life—10 months when the Reformation hung in the balance.
No God but One: Allah or Jesus? by Nabeel Qureshi. A former Muslim investigates the evidence for Islam and Christianity. He shares from his own life, ministry and current events.
Love Wins by Rob Bell. “A book about Heaven, Hell, and the fate of every person whoever lived.”
Gray Mountain by John Grisham. (Yes, he is a Christian who writes.) Set in the Appalachian country of Virginia, where a female lawyer is called to present a lawsuit against a coal mining operation.
Please note that there are also large print and talking books available in the church library.