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On the Shelf May 2021

On the Shelf May 2021

Stop by the Library to check out our many new books and CDs. The book Joy Unleashed is the newest book of our Lakeview member Carolyn Smith. The Library also has a new member, Jan Baker! We will certainly appreciate her help this summer.


More Than We RememberMore Than We Remember by Christina Suzann Nelson

When Addison’s husband is involved in a car accident that leaves another woman dead, her carefully constructed life crumbles to pieces. Meanwhile, Deputy Emilia Cruz—who responds to the scene—is burdened with her own heartache. And Addison’s solitary neighbor, Brianne, struggles with disillusionment. Suddenly united by a common tragedy, can the three women help one another? 


Joy UnleashedJoy Unleashed by Carolyn Smith

Are you willing to invest 31 days to get your tank so full of God’s joy that it overflows into your everyday life and to all the lives that God puts in your path? In this Joy Unleashed guide, Carolyn brings thirty-one days full of scripture, comfort, and heart connections with the Lord.


DVD: The Good Journey

“Based on the New Testament parables The Prodigal Son and The Good Samaritan, this is the story of two estranged brothers sent on a cross country journey by their father in the hopes that they can find common ground while offering gratitude and forgiveness to others.”


Our Father's KeeperDVD: Our Father’s Keeper

“A successful family man suffering from early onset Alzheimer’s wanders away from home and gets lost the day before Thanksgiving, causing widespread panic within his family. He is eventually rescued by a fatherless, thirteen-year-old homeless girl. Together, they forge a unique friendship that ultimately heals broken hearts and redefines the meaning of family.”


TimbertownDVD: Timbertown

“In this quirky, character-driven drama inspired by the book of Ecclesiastes, the lives of a conservation officer, a lumberjack, and a troubled widow intertwine as their small logging town deals with the aftermath of a local preacher’s mysterious death.”

                                                                                                                                Submitted by Jeannie Hill

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