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Atonement Lutheran Church Library

The Atonement Library has been a part of our church ministry since 1966, and has grown to over 2,700 resources for children, teens, and adults – including  books, Bible Study material, CD’s and DVD’s. The adult section includes Bibles, Biblical References and Commentaries, Luther’s Works, books on Biblical figures, numerous non-fiction books by well-known religious authors, as well as The Lutheran and Gather Magazines. Also included in the library are books on prayer, aging, care-giving, death and grief, devotions, parenting and family, and a religious fiction section. The library welcomes donations of books from members on any of these or related subjects; they may be left on the desk in the library to be reviewed by the library staff before being placed on the shelves. If there are titles you would like to see added to the library, email your suggestions to Pat Bjuland.  Your suggestions are welcome!
The Library, which is just north of The Gathering Place, is always open for your convenience, so please feel free to stop by at any time and spend a few quiet moments reading or just browsing through the selections. Instructions for checkout/return of material are posted on the library wall. To search for a book, simply click on one of the links below.

Beyond Words by Frederick Buechner
Daily Readings in the ABC’S of Faith. Buechner provides definitions of both sacred and ordinary words, as well as biblical characters. He brings a new perspective to words, concepts, and characters we thought we understood.
Kingdon, Grace, Judgment
by Robert Farrar Capon
This is a trilogy of Jesus’ Parables. In which Capon bridges the gap between the biblical world and our own, making clear both the original meaning of the parables and their continuing relevance today.
Bonhoeffer, Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy
by Eric Metaxas
Metaxas takes both stands of Bohnoeffer’s life—the theologian and the spy - to tell a searing story of incredible  moral courage in the face of monstrous evil.
Martin Luther, The Great Reformer
by Edwin Booth

Great theologian, rebel, Bible translator, preacher, and writer. Luther was above all a man of the people whose greatest desire was to bring God‘s word in clear language to the masses. Learn about how profoundly he was used by God.
One Hand, Two Hands by Max Lucado

Even the youngest of children can serve others. Helping hands can bring joy to those being served, to the child serving, and to our Heavenly Father