Nazarene Bible College (NBC) and MidAmerica Nazarene University (MNU) have partnered together to offer MNU’s library services to all NBC students and faculty. The services to NBC students and faculty are delivered online via phone, email, fax, interactive chat, webinar, and other means. Books on loan, as well as a commentary scan service, are available to students. Electronic resources, eBooks of Bible commentaries and certain textbooks, online databases of full-text publications, and study helps are available through the online Learning Center.

NBC has access to its own databases, separate from MNU. These databases are accessible through the NBC Online Learning Center. NBC students and faculty do not have access to MNU databases.

Library services are separate from the NBC bookstore. To contact the bookstore, please email

Numerous Bible commentaries and certain required textbooks are accessible as eBooks through the Learning Center’s EBSCOhost link.

Contact NBC’s librarian, for any questions related to research, electronic resources, MLA citations, or requesting books at or by phone at (913) 971-3485.

Online office hours are offered from 1 pm to 2 pm (CST) Monday-Thursday. Contact the library anytime during this hour for in-depth reference/research assistance via webinar.


Mr. Addison Lucchi

Mr. Addison Lucchi

Mr. Addison Lucchi

Addison Lucchi works as an Instructional and Research Librarian at MidAmerica Nazarene University’s Mabee Library – primarily providing research support for Nazarene Bible College students and faculty. Addison received his MLIS from Simmons College and his BGS from Ball State University. He is currently working on his MBA from MidAmerica Nazarene University. Addison believes that learning and research are incredibly exciting; he loves helping students with their research and teaching them how to find the information they need.

In addition to being a librarian, Addison enjoy writing, playing his upright bass, and embarking on adventures to new places. Books, coffee, and the writings of C.S. Lewis are some of his favorite things.

Addison is generally available Monday-Thursday 1 pm to 10 pm and Sunday from 3 pm to midnight (CST).

Addison's specific online drop-in office hours are 1 pm to 2 pm (CST) Monday-Thursday. During this hour, Addison is generally available to meet virtually with students who need help with research and/or accessing NBC online resources. To receive an invitation to join during drop-in hours, or to schedule a meeting for an alternate time, simply send an email.



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