• Bullies are a Pain in the Brain by Trevor Romain

    Bullies Are a Pain in the Brain by Trevor Romain.  Epiphany library section 9A: Juvenile (K-5th), Religion and Values.                This wonderful book for kids pestered by bullies tells them how to become  bully-proof.  As readers laugh along with Trevor’s jokes and cartoons, they...

  • America’s Prophet: Moses and the American Story

    A Book Review from the Epiphany Library America’s Prophet: Moses and the American Story by Bruce Feiler Epiphany library section 7 C: The Church in the World: Society/Human Rights/Justice This book, by the author of Walking the Bible and Abraham: A Journey to the Heart of Three Faiths, traces the...

  • Judaism: Theology, History and Practice

    A Book Review from the Epiphany Library Judaism: Theology, History and Practice by Naftali Brawer Library section 7 A: The Church in the World, World Religions. This book explains Judaism. Part 1, Theology, tells about the Jewish concept of God (1 God, not 3-in-1); the Torah (the first 5 books of the...

  • Amazon Smile Makes Epiphany Smile

    Do you shop on-line? Do you ever shop at Amazon? What if you could help Epiphany Lutheran Church while shopping on-line at Amazon? Great News! You can! Amazon has created a way for churches and other charitable organizations to receive donations, generated by anyone who shops at AmazonSmile. AmazonSmile is a website...

  • Fifteen Reasons to Read, and Church Library Books that Demonstrate the Reason

    1) Books help you understand the universality of the world and the human experience. Reading helps you forge a strong local connection while feeling part of the entire world. (How to Rearrange the World by Todd Temple, God Has a Dream by Desmond Tutu) 2) Books take you to worlds you...

  • A Place for Everything, and Everything in its Place

    I’m a big fan of decluttering shows on HGTV. I pick up decluttering hints and organizing tips. Churches have special clutter problems. It often begins when we are downsizing or moving. We look at a chipboard desk and think, “It still has some use; the congregation would be GLAD for it. I’ll just...

  • A Mother’s Reckoning: Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy

    A Mother’s Reckoning: Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy By Sue Klebold On April 20, 1999, Sue Klebold had to face the worst fear of any parent, the death of her child, Dylan, by suicide. However, she also had to face the fact that before he took his own life, he...

  • Going to the Doctor

    A Book Review from the Epiphany Library Going to the Doctor by T. Berry Brazelton, MD. Epiphany library section 9 B: Juvenile (gr. K-5), Science. From my favorite pediatrician comes this warm, delightful book for parents and their kids age 4-8 about going to the doctor. Dr. Brazelton tells kids why...

  • C.S. Lewis and Narnia for Dummies

    C.S. Lewis and Narnia for Dummies by Richard Wagner Epiphany library section 12 E: Teen, Non-fiction This book for teens and adults is about C.S. Lewis and his writings. First comes Lewis’ biography with photographs – his birth in Ireland, youth and education, professorships at Oxford and Cambridge, conversion to...

  • It’s All Too Much: An Easy Plan for Living a Richer Life With Less Stuff

    It’s All Too Much: An Easy Plan for Living a Richer Life With Less Stuff by Peter Walsh Age: adult. Library section 8 G: Life Skills, Hobbies/D.I.Y. With the Epiphany rummage sale coming up, here is a book about clutter, how it destroys your peace, and how you can rid...