Library Resources

Use the links on the right column to access information resources available through the library.

Print Resources

  • More than 100,000 volumes of books
  • Nearly 500 journals and magazines in print format
  • Nearly 200 current subscriptions to journals and magazines in print format
  • Local, regional and national newspaper subscriptions
  • Resources for education majors and Johnson County teachers in the Ruth King McKee Curriculum Library

Media Resources

  • Videos and DVDs: educational, inspirational and recreational
  • Music: primarily classical music recordings in CD
  • An audio-cassette collection: sermons, lectures, and other talks
  • Newspapers and magazines on microfilm and microfiche

Electronic Resources


  • Primary research materials on the history of Seventh-day Adventism in the five-state area surrounding Texas are available through the Adventist Heritage Center and the Ellen G. White Research Center, within the library.
  • A remarkable group of Civil War and post-Civil War era materials that describe the life of an Adventist pioneer family in Michigan, Texas and Oklahoma.
  • Copies of Ellen White's letters and manuscripts, in addition to her published works, as well as the correspondence of 19th and early 20th century presidents of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists


  • Both wired and wireless access to the Internet
  • Dedicated computers for access to the library's catalog and databases
  • Laptops that may be checked out for use within the library
  • Audio, video, and DVD players and microform readers
  • Printers and photocopiers