The official publication of the ACL, The Christian Librarian serves to publish articles, provide a membership forum, and encourage writing. Issues include the Christian interpretation of librarianship, theory and practice of library science, bibliographic essays, reviews, and human interest articles relating to books and libraries.
It is published open access twice a year at http://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/tcl/ and is indexed in the Christian Periodical Index, Information Science Abstracts and Library Literature.
Current Issue: Volume 61, Issue 2 (2018)
Creative Strategies for Effective and Engaging Student Employee Training: Helping Student Employees Engage, Grow, and "Be Known"
Sarah Stevenson and Patty Vanier
Annotated Bibliography: The Reference Desk: Grand Idea or Gone Down the River?
Jennifer L. Walz, Alison Jones, Erin McCoy, and Amy C. Rice
Critical Book Reviews
Whiting's "52 weekly devotions for busy families" (book review)
Carrie Beth Lowe
Gilden's "Articles, articles, articles!" (book review)
Conway's "John and the Johannine letters" (book review)
Tipton's "The life to come: Re-Creating retirement" (book review)
Barbara A. Thomas
Hall's "Living wisely with the church fathers" (book review)
Kyle D. DiRoberts
Greene's "Mystery at dead broke ranch" (book review)
Jennifer A. Rich
Shreve's "Partnership theology in creative access regions" (book review)
Leslie R. Starasta
Motaund's "A place to land: A story of longing and belonging" (book review)
Lindsay Van Sicklen