We were sad to learn that the Family Christian Bookstores chain closed its doors last month, particularly at Fair Oaks Mall, where we had established a business relationship over the years. We would mutually refer costumers to each other to find items either store did not carry. We welcome former customers and would like to help serve you in whatever way you need.


9780735213296_p0_v1_s192x300A much anticipated book is now in stock: In this controversial bestseller, Rod Dreher calls on American Christians to prepare for the coming Dark Age by embracing an ancient Christian way of life.

From the inside, American churches have been hollowed out by the departure of young people and by an insipid pseudo–Christianity. From the outside, they are beset by challenges to religious liberty in a rapidly secularizing culture. Keeping Hillary Clinton out of the White House may have bought a brief reprieve from the state’s assault, but it will not stop the West’s slide into decadence and dissolution.

Rod Dreher argues that the way forward is the way back—all the way to St. Benedict of Nur­sia. This sixth-century monk, horrified by the moral chaos following Rome’s fall, retreated to the forest and created a new way of life for Christians. He built enduring communities based on principles of order, hospitality, stability, and prayer. His spiritual centers of hope were strongholds of light throughout the Dark Ages, and saved not just Christianity but Western civilization.

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Our Mother’s Day cards are hand-picked by co-owner Roslyn, who finds the most beautifully illustrated and loving, Christian messages for any mom.  Besides cards for mom, you’ll find sentiments for the wife, grandmother, sister, daughter-in-law and even a mother-to-be in your life.

We also carry cards for priest and deacon ordinations, anniversaries, religious professions and vows. Of course, being First Communion Season, you’ll find a huge selection of cards, gifts, veils, ties, jewelry, bibles and books for those receiving the Blessed Sacrament for the first time this spring.