Sam Richardson has created a collection of poems that reveals his heart and mind, and tells a little about his personality. It describes his shyness when young, and follows him through life as he... More > deals with love, disappointment an adventures.< Less
This is a scripture-based spiritual self-help book arranged in an encyclopedic manner, so that you can look for a subject that may be on your mind, and read about what can be done to help you resolve... More > the issue at hand.< Less
Conventions, habits, and innocent esoteric behaviors among LDS members have been isolated from the world, having been passed on from generation to generation, thus insidiously turning into an image... More > that is often quite abrasive to others. Additionally, most have become so distant from worldly attitudes, that we seldom understand those who are not LDS. Our interactions with others, therefore – though innocent in their intent – have often offended non-LDS people, and even new members. This book will enlighten the reader on ways we can repair our relationship with the world, and with others.
This book also offers new insights into addressing issues that have arisen due to member behavior, as well as those offered lately by opposers. Thus, we can help reduce the numbers of those who leave the Church, while increasing the number of truly converted souls.< Less
Some Vietnam vets are reluctant to discuss their wartime experiences. But Sam Richardson has used the diary he kept while in Vietnam to get every detail he experienced while there, both as an... More > infantryman, and as a chaplain's assistant. Sam has learned insight and valuable lessons while serving in Vietnam, and he has put down the stories and thoughts concerning those insights.< Less