The Lompoc Vision
“Good News You Can Use.”
ow did the Bible come to be? The Rev. Mike Cook will
lead a conversation on the topic starting January 9 at
6:30 p.m. at their new Dinner Church service Thursday
evenings, in which participants share a pot luck supper, fol-
lowed by readings, discussion, and prayer.
“It may be that folks take the Bible as a given, but who gave
it and how was it given?” asks Pastor Mike. “We’ll explore the
foundations of human religion, the many different types of lit-
erature included in the Bible, the historical events that caused
it to be written, and the long process of deciding which books
to include in it.”
“The Evolution of the Bible”, January 9, 6:30 p.m., and ev-
ery Thursday evening thereafter, until the topic is completed,
at First Christian Church, 1517 W. College Ave., corner of V
Thanks and have a blessed holiday season,
“THE EVOLUTION OF THE BIBLE”
AT FIRST CHRISTIAN’S DINNER CHURCH
by Mike Cook, Pastor
he public is invited to the Friends of the Lompoc Library System Win-
ter Book Sale. The sale is Friday Jan 17th and Sat. Jan 18th in the
Lompoc Library Grossman Gallery, 501 East North Avenue. The hours
are 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Friday and 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Saturday.
A special “Preview Sale” for members only will be held Thursday eve-
ning, Jan 16th from 5-7:00 PM. The Friends dues are for the calendar year
and this is the first sale for 2020.
If you have not sent in your dues envelope that you received in your Win-
ter Newsletter just bring it that evening.
The sale will include hardback and paperback books, CDs, videos, DVDs
and audio books.
For more information or if you have some time to help during the sale call
Dorothy at 735-3647
Also teachers and nonprofit organizations interested in after sale items
please call Dorothy at the above number.
You can also check out the Friends upcoming events on our facebook page “Friends of the
Lompoc Library System” @
Lompoc Library System Winter Book Sale
by Donna Dimock