Here are just a handful of the 11 new titles available in the Knox library. Come check them out after church any Sunday. The library is located down the hall from the Dunn Street doors.
The Forgetting River: A Modern Tale of Survival, Identity, and the Inquisition by Doreen Carvajal. An American journalist, raised as a Catholic, searches to discover her family’s long-buried Jewish ancestry in Spain.
Missional Mom: Living with Purpose at Home and in the World by Helen Lee. About ordinary women doing ordinary things to serve and love those whom God has called them to serve.
The World is not Ours to Save: Moving from Activist Causes to a Lifelong Calling by Tyler Wigg-Stevenson. About centering our gaze on Christ and the character of our God who reigns over all. A book to challenge all would-be Christian activists.
Lila by Marilynne Robinson. We return to the town of Gilead with the unforgettable story of a girlhood lived on the fringes of society in fear, awe and wonder. Excellent and very moving.
Victim of Grace: When God’s Goodness Prevails by Robin Jones Gunn. Encouragement for women of all ages. It is about not being at the mercy of bad circumstances, because God is, even then, pouring out His grace on your shattered hopes. Uses examples from both the Bible and the author’s personal stories.