MCUTS has a 10,000 volume collect at its Memphis site that can be accessed through the LBC catalogue by entering the location as Memphis. Students taking classes at LBC@MCUTS have full access to all electronic databases and electronic resources at the Charles & Gloria Jones Library of Lancaster Bible College. The libraries of MCUTS@LBC are gathering places and central social and technological hubs.

MCUTS invites local Memphis Pastors and Ministers to utilize our collection on our campus for personal study. We have a pastor’s study area where you are free to utilize our materials onsite for sermon preparation, study, and personal development.

Access to the digital library requires a Lancaster Bible College username and password. Library resources can be accessed at

The Jones library at LBC provides access to more than 500,0000 items, including over 300,000 electronic books, more than 50,000 periodical titles in electronic format as well as over 80 subscriptions to specialized electronic databases. Online access to all databases and catalogs is available on the library home page. The library can borrow books and secure copies of articles for students from other libraries via interlibrary loan, whenever needed.


LBC’s OneSearch
LBC’s OneSearch (EBSCO Discovery Service) provides a simple search format to retrieve books, ebooks and full text periodical articles.

The CREDO Reference

The CREDO Reference database contains more than 700 reference titles in electronic full text.

Issues and Controversies

Issues and Controversies offers full text articles on current events and issues, offering multiple perspectives on each item.

ATLA Religion Database

ATLA Religion Database is an online database of biblical and theological journals, essays and book reviews, including more than 380,000 full text articles.

The Library Catalog

The Library Catalog is the easiest way to search for a specific title or author. Library staff may be contacted directly by phone, email or on the library website for research help Monday through Friday. Students may also submit reference questions directly to the ASKHEREPA online reference chat via the library website.