Welcome to the Valor Christian College Library
The library contains 35 bookcases of materials, classified according to the Dewey Decimal System. The library staff is working to reclassify the materials according to the Library of Congress Classification System. We are more than happy to assist you during this transition.
Contact the Librarian
The librarian is available between 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Feel free to ask if you need assistance. You also can email the librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org
. The librarian, as well as the library staff, are here to assist you with your research needs.
Valor Christian College Founder
Here at the Valor Christian College library, we take pride in stocking multiple copies of the books that Pastor Rod Parsley and his wife Joni Parsley have written. You can find copies of these books on the bookshelves, as well as on special displays in the library. We strongly encourage you to take time to read them.
Here on the library website, we will be featuring one of Pastor or Joni’s books periodically. Here is the currently featured book:
Unlocking the mystery of THE RESURRECTION of Jesus Christ.
The most significant event in history – the day Jesus vanquished death on Calvary’s cruel and biting Cross – is the crowning achievement of God’s brilliantly executed plan of redemption. And as Rod Parsley suggests in this sequel to his groundbreaking look at the final days of Christ in The Cross: One Man…One Tree…One Friday…, His resurrection is the apex of our faith and hope in Christ.
Rod Parsley will take you on a profound journey to understand the great gulf between our surface-level understanding of the first Good Friday and Easter by exploring the cultural, historical and biblical context of Jesus’s death, burial and resurrection.
Once the eyes of your understanding are opened to what truly happened that weekend and what one man, in one tomb, on one Sunday accomplished for you – your Christian walk will be irreversibly and eternally transformed.
- Why God’s divine justice demanded not only the death of Jesus, God’s unblemished innocent Lamb, but also the conquest of the grave.
- Where Jesus’s spirit resided in the interim between His death and resurrection.
- The unseen drama that unfolded between the moments when Jesus of Nazareth expelled His final labored breath on that infamous Friday and His extraordinary Resurrection on that glorious Sunday morning.
- And much more.
Learning Support Resources
Sections of the Library
These are materials in non-print format. They include films, slides, audiotapes, videocassettes, records, and software.
This collection is dedicated to the late Elder Thomas G. Bender, a longtime Valor faculty member until his death in 2011. It is located near the east door of the library, and the materials in this section do not circulate. If you wish to use a material in this collection, you must use it in the library. Nothing in this section can be checked out.
This includes CDs and music files.
These are contributions written for publication in a journal, magazine, or newspaper.
These are located on a shelf near the middle of the library. They are Bibles that are available for student use. You don't have to check them out, so if you are on your way to chapel and need a Bible to take with you, feel free to stop by this section.
The reference section is located in the corner of the library near the first door. All materials in this section have an “R” on the label. These materials do not circulate; they must only be used within the library. Materials in this section include dictionaries, Bibles, encyclopedias, and concordances.
Textbooks are available in the librarian’s office. Students may sign these out for use, but must remain in the library only; textbooks may not be circulated.
Most materials in the library are in this collection. These items may circulate. Most of the items that students check out of the library come from this section. This section is comprised of the bookcases after the reference section.
This is located on a shelf near the middle of the library. It consists of books written about a person's life. These items can be checked out.
This section includes novels and short stories.
This section contains books that are too big for a normal shelf. It is located near the librarian's office.
Sample MLA Style Research Papers:
These are sample research papers written in MLA format that students can look at to get an idea of how to properly format their papers. They cannot leave the library.