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Perfectionism to be topic at library

Coping with possible emotional consequences of perfectionism will be the topic of a program at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Urbana Free Library.

Dan Ferguson will discuss and sign copies of his book, “Grace’s Mirror: Healing for Perfectionists.”

Ferguson, pastor of a United Methodist church in the small town of Douglass, Kansas, offers advice based on his spiritual counseling.

Ferguson’s novel a remedy for perfectionists

The Urbana Free Library will be hosting a book signing on  Thursday, February 14th at 7 p.m. “Grace’s Mirror: Healing for Perfectionists” by Dan E. Ferguson shares guidance to help perfectionists be happy.

Ferguson has been the pastor of the Douglass United Methodist church in Kansas since 2015 and received his doctoral degree in pastoral counseling from the Graduate Theological Foundation.

The book signing and program will be in the conference room. Everyone is welcome.

For more information, call the Urbana Free Library at (217) 367-4057

Urbana Free Library Holds Book Signing

Dan E. Ferguson, author of “Grace’s Mirror: Healing for Perfectionists” will be having a book signing at the Urbana Free Library on Thursday, February 14th, at 7 p.m. in the conference room.

Ferguson’s book discusses the perfectionistic tendencies that some people struggle with, followed by his biblical and psychological advice trying to help people recover from these issues.

Ferguson has been the pastor of the Douglass United Methodist Church in Kansas since 2015.

All are welcome to attend.

For more information call the Urbana Free Library (217) 367-4057.

Book Signing At Urbana Free Library

Urbana Free Library will be host to Dan E. Ferguson as he presents his new book, “Grace’s Mirror: Healing for Perfectionists” Thursday, February 14th, at 7 pm.  The event includes a program hosted by Ferguson on perfectionism and a book signing. It will be held in the conference room of the Library.

Dan Ferguson holds a degree in both Philosophy and Religion from Friends University and is currently a pastor for Douglass United Methodist Church in Kansas. His book looks to offer advice and guidance to those struggling with perfectionism in their life through tips and biblical guidance.

For more information call the Urbana Free Library (217) 367-4057.

Urbana Book Signing

Urbana Free Library will be hosting a book signing and program for Grace’s Mirror: Healing for Perfectionists by Dan E. Ferguson on Wednesday, February 14th, at 7 p.m. in the conference room.

Author Ferguson shares a practical, down-to-earth guide to help the perfectionist overcome, heal, and recover.

Perfectionists, along with those who live with them, will learn and benefit from this book

Everyone is welcome to attend.

For more information call the Urbana Free Library (217) 367-4057.

Author and Pastor Coming to Urbana Library

Author Dan E. Ferguson will be holding a program on his book “Grace’s Mirror: Healing for Perfectionists” Wednesday at the Urbana Free Library.

Ferguson, a pastor of Douglass United Methodist Church, will discuss issues with perfectionism and sign books.

The program begins at 7 p.m in the library’s conference room. For more information contact the Urbana Free Library (217) 376-4057.

Book Signing with author of Grace’s Mirror: Healing For Perfectionists

The Urbana Free Library will be hosting a book signing with Dan E. Ferguson, author of Grace’s Mirror: Healing For Perfectionists, on Wednesday, February 14th, at 7 p.m.

Ferguson’s book offers psychological and Biblical advice for perfectionists. He focuses on healing and recovery, and offers guidance. Many people have perfectionist tendencies, and this book is aimed at helping overcome the mental toll of perfectionism.

Ferguson has been the pastor of the Douglass United Methodist Church in Kansas since 2015. He also has a doctorate from the Graduate Theological Foundation in pastoral counseling.

This event will be held in the conference room. Everyone is welcome to attend.

For more information call the Urbana Free Library at (217) 367-4057.

Ferguson’s novel to help those suffering from perfectionism

Perfectionism is taking a toll on the mental health of college students and millennials today, influencing young people through social media. Dan E Ferguson’s book Grace’s Mirror: Healing For Perfectionists talks about perfectionist tendencies and provides advice for healing and recovery.

Ferguson’s novel focuses on society moving towards becoming perfectionists, which can have negative impacts on people’s mental state. Perfectionism has a connection to anxiety, depression, eating disorders and other mental illnesses. The book offers sound Biblical and psychological advice for those who are suffering from the effects of perfectionism.

Ferguson’s book was published by Page Publishing, a company that helps small or unknown authors get their work out to the public.

Dan E. Ferguson is the pastor for the Douglas United Methodist Church in Kansas. He received his doctoral degree in pastoral counseling from the Graduate Theological Foundation.

Urbana Free Library will be hosting a program on Feb. 14 at 7 p.m. which consists of a book signing and a chance to meet with Ferguson. The session will take place in the conference room.

Everyone is welcome to attend.

For more information call the Urbana Free Library (217) 367-4057.

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Champaign Public Library will be hosting a book signing and program, “Grace’s Mirror: Healing for Perfectionists” by Dan E. Ferguson on Thursday, February 14th, at 7 p.m. in the conference room.

Grace’s Mirror: Healing for Perfectionists takes us on a journey to search for a mirror that will make the perfectionist happy. Dr. Dan Ferguson offers sound Biblical and psychological advice, leading the perfectionist to healing and recovery.

His book shares practical, down-to-earth guidance to help the perfectionist overcome.

84 percent of the population have perfectionism tendencies. Perfectionists, along with those who live with them, will learn and benefit from this book. Excellence is a worthy goal but we often go far enough to expect perfection and, consequently, pay a high price for it.

Dan Ferguson is the pastor of the Douglass United Methodist Church in Kansas and has been the pastor since July 2015.

Everyone is welcome to attend.

For more information call the Urbana Free Library (217) 376-4057.