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Poems Latter-Day Saints Will Cherish free pdf A walk of faith is never without challenges. Author and poet Paul H. Schneiter takes readers on a journey of discovery through his newest compilation of poetry, "Poems Latter-day Saints Will Cherish." The book, containing more than forty poems, shares one man's inspirational stories about overcoming personal obstacles while staying true to his faith. Schneiter says, "I want readers to realize that the sacrifices they make are richly rewarding, in mortality and beyond. I want them to hold their heads high, and to know there's nothing wrong with being 'different' when one lives a Christ-like life." Schneiter's traditionally crafted poetry will ring true in the hearts of Latter-day Saints and all those who have struggled with their own personal journeys. The clear, straightforward, message-driven poems, each with its own rhythmic meter, sets this collection apart from other inspirational poetry. Readers who have enjoyed the writing of the late Neal Maxwell will find comfort and inspiration in the work of Paul H. Schneiter.

About Paul H Schneiter

A native of Ogden, Utah, author and poet Paul H. Schneiter lives a life of faith as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. After graduating with honors from Utah State University, he took graduate courses at the University of Utah before beginning work as a technical writer at Hercules, Inc. Schneiter served seventeen years as the director of development communications at Brigham Young University and twelve years as director of a foundation serving three Intermountain Healthcare hospitals in Utah County. He married his kindergarten sweetheart, and together they make their home in Provo, Utah. They are the parents of seven children and the grandparents of eleven grandchildren. Paul H. Schneiter is the author of "Rise, with Healing in Our Wings: Extraordinary stories from the life of an ordinary Mormon, with 20 Poems, "as well as several other books.

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Author : Paul H Schneiter
Publisher : Createspace
Data Published : 25 May 2014
ISBN : 1497367581
EAN : 9781497367586
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 70 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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