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Monthly Library Feature

April 2018: Walking the Bible

How do we “walk the bible” in today’s world? Our featured authors have spent time researching this idea and have reported their learning in the books and audio CD listed below. These authors aim to make believers and seekers think differently not just about the Bible, but about the entire history of the human imagination. Click here to read.

 

March 2018: Lent...Building Peace From Within

During March, we venture through Lent and move toward Easter in love, joy, peace, reconciliation, goodness, compassion, and equality. There are many wonderful books and resources in the library to help relax your soul and find your peace within. Click here to read.

 

February 2018: The Library--A Time and Place to Invest in You

The library committee recently updated the mission statement for the library: To expand the intersection of intellect and spirituality while holding physical space in our busy world for prayer, introspection, and study. This revised mission better reflects the two key points of investing in your intellectual and spiritual self, as well as maintaining a dedicated phsysical space. In addition to the mission, this month's feature also answers some frequently asked questions about the library. Click here to read.

 

January 2018: Read. Learn. Listen.

This month, we feature authors currently sparking conversations that ask us to explore our vulnerabilities and bring meaning to our lives. Click here to read.

 

December 2017: Advent. A Season for Reflection, Contemplation, and Celebration.

Advent is one of the most anticipated seasons of the year for both young and old. It is time to center ourselves around the nativity story. The HSLC library has a wide selection of books and resources to support and expand your personal Advent journey. Click here to read.

 

November 2017: All Creatures...the Lord God Made Them All

During November, the library focuses on humans and their relationship to animals. We all have animals in our life in one way or another. In a recent article entitled "Living creatures of every kind," Julie Kanarr shares her thoughts on why we recognize the blessing of animals in our lives. "In blessing the animals, we affirm our connection with one another and with all of God's beloved creation. Within blessing lies promise, commitment, and inspiration to care for what belongs to God, to live together in peace and harmony and to embrace our calling to be good stewards of all that God has made." Click here to read.

 

October 2017: It's Time to Celebrate: The 500th Year of the Reformation

October is the perfect month to dig into our roots as Lutherans. Your HSLC library is pleased to feature many books and resources to support the 500-year celebration of Martin Luther's reformation. Click here to read.