The Crosswalk is a cozy place to take a deep breath and grab a cup of coffee.
I have been a member of Central Church for 36 years and have enjoyed working here for more than 20 years. Being a part of the Crosswalk has been such an incredible ministry for me. I love to serve, so preparing a yummy coffee or helping someone find the perfect Bible for their journey with Christ has been the sweet spot for me. I am married to George, who helps me select the origin of the coffee beans and then roasts the beans that we brew in the Crosswalk.
About the Crosswalk Bookstore
- Whether you’re looking for books to help you in your walk with Christ, or you need biblically-based parenting advice, our bookstore is here to help.
- The Central Bookstore also offers books recommended by our pastors to help you in your journey of knowing and becoming more like Christ.
- We have amazing coffee from and our own special iced drinks as well. If you have a book you’re looking for, just ask our staff and they’ll help you find it or place an order for you.
- We’re open from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday-Friday, and on Sunday’s we’re open before and after our worship service.
What hours are you open?
Monday – Thursday: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Sunday before and after our 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. worship services
What coffee do you serve?
Currently serving fresh roasted coffee from Brazil. Additionally, we have our own special iced drinks as well!
What other merchandise do you provide?
We have Central Church apparel, which helps support our ministries. We also sell gifts and greeting cards to encourage your friends and family.
Do you have a list of book recommendations?
- General Counseling Resources
Jay Adams, Competent to Counsel
Robert Jones, Pursuing Peace: A Christian Guide to Handling Our Conflicts
Health Lambert, A Theology of Biblical Counseling: The Doctrinal Foundations of Counseling Ministry
John MacArthur, Counseling: How to Counsel Biblically
David Powlison: Seeing with New Eyes: Counseling and the Human Condition Through the Lens of Scripture
Ken Sande, The Peacemaker
Paul Tripp: Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands: People in Need of Change Helping People in Need of Change
- Marriage and Family Counseling
Elyse Fitzpatrick and Jim Newheiser, When Good Kids Make Bad Choices: Help and Hope for Hurting Parents
Dave Harvey, When Sinners Say I Do
John Piper, This Momentary Marriage
Tedd Tripp, Shepherding a Child’s Heart
Wayne Mack, Strengthening Your Marriage
- Specific Counseling Issues:
John MacArthur, The Freedom and Power of Forgiveness
Robert Jones, Uprooting Anger
Heath Lambert, Finally Free: Fighting for Purity with the Power of Grace
Ken Sande, Peacemaking for Families
John Street and John Macarthur, Men Counseling Men: A Biblical Guide to the Major Issues Men Face
John Street and Janie Street, The Biblical Counseling Guide for Women
Ed Welch, Depression: Looking Up from the Stubborn Darkness
Ed Welch, Running Scared: Fear, Worry and the God of Rest
- Marriage & Family Resources:
Family Worship – Donald S. Whitney
What is the Meaning of Sex – Denny Burk
Dave Ramsey’s Complete Guide to Money – Dave Ramsey
Whole Marriages in a Broken World – Gary Inrig
Married for God – Christopher Ash
Parenting: 14 Gospel Principles That Can Radically Change Your Family – Paul David Tripp
Your Child’s Profession of Faith – Dennis Gundersen
- Women’s Resources:
Women of the Word: How to Study the Bible with Both Our Hearts and Our Minds – Jen Wilkin
None Like Him: 10 Ways God is Different From Us (And Why That’s A Good Thing) – Jen Wilkin
The Pursuit of God – A.W. Tozer
True Beauty – Carolyn Mahaney & Nicole Whitacre
Girls Gone Wise in a World Gone Wild
Monthly Pastor’s Recommendation: Why Believe? A Reasoned Approach to Christianity
For centuries, skeptics have disputed the claims of Christianity–such as belief in an eternal God and the resurrection of Jesus Christ–arguing that they simply cannot be accepted by reasonable individuals. Furthermore, efforts to demonstrate the evidence and rational basis for Christianity through apologetics are often deemed too simplistic to be taken seriously in intellectual circles.
Apologist and theoretical chemist Neil Shenvi engages some of the best contemporary arguments against Christianity, presenting compelling evidence for the identity of Jesus as portrayed in the Gospels, his death and resurrection, the existence of God, and the unique message of the gospel. Why Believe? calls readers from all backgrounds not only to accept Christianity as true, but also to entrust their lives to Christ and worship him alone.
Crosswalk Bookclub: Potiphar’s Wife
Crosswalk Book Club meets the last Tuesday of each month at 7:00 inside the shop.
Before she is Potiphar’s wife, Zuleika is the daughter of a king and the wife of a prince. She rules the isle of Crete alongside her mother in the absence of their seafaring husbands. But when tragedy nearly destroys Crete, Zuleika must sacrifice her future to save the Minoan people she loves.
Zuleika’s father believes his robust trade with Egypt will ensure Pharaoh’s obligation to marry his daughter, including a bride price hefty enough to save Crete. But Pharaoh refuses and gives her instead to Potiphar, the captain of his bodyguards: a crusty bachelor twice her age, who would rather have a new horse than a Minoan wife.
Abandoned by her father, rejected by Pharaoh, and humiliated by Potiphar’s indifference, Zuleika yearns for the homeland she adores. In the political hotbed of Egypt’s foreign dynasty, her obsession to return to Crete spirals into deception. When she betrays Joseph—her Hebrew servant with the face and body of the gods—she discovers only one love is worth risking everything.
Buy for $12.