Library

The FBC Library exists to assist attenders of FBC in their pursuit of Jesus.  

Our library is located on the second floor of the East building.  Consult the campus and parking maps below for directions.  Our library has thousands of books, videos, and audio recordings that are there to serve you.  We encourage to take time to visit and see what is available for you.  In addition, our website is growing as a resource for you as well.  Check out some of the web content that is updated on the regular basis.

Hours

Sunday: 10:30am – 11:00am
Monday: 9:00am- 1:00pm
Tuesday: 9:00am- 1:00pm
Wednesday: 9:00am- 1:00pm
Thursday: 9:00am- 1:00pm
Friday: Closed
Saturday: Closed

Library Contact Info

Email: [email protected]
Phone: (479) 968-1316

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Check out Recent Media

Check out recent sermons from our services

Looking Ahead

Today, as we conclude our sermon series, “The Seven Letters,” we look at those things that John declared that he was looking ahead toward – things concerning Heaven, the Tribulation, the return of the King, the Millennium, and the Great White Throne Judgment.

The Test

Today, in week nine of our sermon series, “The Seven Letters,” we consider seven very probing and personal questions draw from the seven letters, a sort of test that we would all benefit from taking – as individuals and as a church.

The Letter to Laodicea

Today, as we move into week eight of our sermon series, “The Seven Letters,” we look at the letter to the church of Laodicea. This is the church infamous for being “lukewarm.” But, even worse is the reality that they were blissfully unaware of their sad condition.

Previous Sermon Series

Looking Ahead

Today, as we conclude our sermon series, “The Seven Letters,” we look at those things that John declared that he was looking ahead toward – things concerning Heaven, the Tribulation, the return of the King, the Millennium, and the Great White Throne Judgment.

The Test

Today, in week nine of our sermon series, “The Seven Letters,” we consider seven very probing and personal questions draw from the seven letters, a sort of test that we would all benefit from taking – as individuals and as a church.

The Letter to Laodicea

Today, as we move into week eight of our sermon series, “The Seven Letters,” we look at the letter to the church of Laodicea. This is the church infamous for being “lukewarm.” But, even worse is the reality that they were blissfully unaware of their sad condition.