Yes, the title of our free little library is a little odd, but it comes from history and you may be able to relate.
A young man named Augustine, once felt pulled in two directions. The truths of Christianity seemed to make sense, but his sinful lifestyle stood in the way.
One day, he fell to his knees, began weeping, and could only manage to pray, “How long, O Lord?”
Augustine then heard some children singing, “Tolle lege, tolle lege.” That’s Latin for “Take up and read.” He went home, began reading the Bible, and his life was never the same.
We offer our little library in hope that you might experience the same grace that changed Augustine from a sinner to a saint.
The Bibles are free. If you don’t know where to start reading, we suggest the Gospel of John. If you have a question about something you read, use the form below to contact the Pastor.
All the books are also free. Unlike many little libraries, we do not accept donated materials. Unsolictied additions to the inventory will be removed. Thank you for respecting this rule.
Please return DVD’s within a week. All movies have been approved as family-friendly, but some conatin themes that may be too dramatic for young children. As always, use discretion.
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