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The New Codependency:
Help and Guidance for Today’s Generation
By Melody Beattie
There are times when we do too much, care too much, feel too little, or overly engage to the point of missing our own lives. In this timely follow up to the groundbreaking Codependent No More, Beattie clears up misconceptions about codependency. Invoking her own and others’ inspiring stories, along with activities and tests pertaining to particular behaviors, we are shown a step-by-step guide to greater personal wellness.
The mission of the Library is to stimulate, nurture, and support the spiritual journeys of the Epworth UMC community and neighborhood.
The Library contains a dynamic collection of current and classic religious and spiritual resources. The 4000-item collection offers a variety of multi-media resources including books, periodicals, DVDs, CDs, downloadable audio books, recorded worship services, games, and even jigsaw puzzles. There are fiction, non-fiction, and reference materials for all age groups from toddler to senior adult. Special collections include United Methodist-focused materials, grief and loss books, a large variety of study Bibles, as well as Stephen Ministry/helping ministry resources.
The Library is a self-service library, accessible whenever the church is open.
See our complete list of NEW ITEMS at the library including books for kids, DVDs for group discussions, the latest Green Team movies, and much more!
Fourth Friday Book Club
The Library sponsors Fourth Friday Book Club, meeting at 1:30-3:00 on the fourth Friday of each month. Fourth Friday welcomes any adult reader who wants to explore well-written fiction and non-fiction with a spiritual and social justice focus.
2011 Spring/Summer Schedule:
May 27 The Women: a Novel by T.C. Boyle
June 24 The Whistling Season by Ivan Doig
July 22 While We're Far Apart by Lynn Austin
Come and join us--and bring a friend!