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 64, Issue 2 (2021)
Using Appreciative Inquiry to Improve Instruction and Collaborative Partnerships
Amber C. Wessies and Julie A. Powell
Customizing Information Literacy Sessions: The Key to Success
Elizabeth Young Miller
Effective Digital Tools that Enhanced My Educational Experience
Alyssa G. Sultanik
Adventures in Gardening: Librarians Instructing at Universities
Joren Roth and Oliver Schulz
Building Rapport Through Teacher and Learner Inquiry
Megan E. Welsh
Cambron's "NIV Verse Mapping Bible for Girls" (book review)
Gene's "The Spirituality of the Cross-Expanded and Revised" (book review)
Ntombikayise N. Mathabela