Kristin's Book

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When grieving parents experience a horrific and unspeakable challenge, faith and trust illuminate dark times. Author Rose Schneider parallels the pain of losing her daughter, Kristin, to the pain God faced when his son, Jesus, was convicted, tortured, and hung on a cross to die. Her story can help others facing a helpless and tragic situation.

One of Kristin's goals was to write a book. Her mother Rose picks up the pen and fulfills Kristin's wish with the writing of Kristin's Book: A Life and Death Connection. Schneider takes a journey challenging God with the death of a child. Her saving grace and focus is God, who was waiting to bestow his love, care, and concern.

Jesus' mother, Mary, trusted in God's plan knowing that whatever done is for our own good. Mary showed the author how to be faithful and trust God more than ever. The author shares how she built on that trust to believe that God will finish the work he started in her daughter, Kristin Rose.

Born and raised in Corning, New York. Rose moved to the Washington, D.C.-area to work for the U.S. Navy. She met and married David Schneider who was in the Navy at that time. Upon completion of active duty, they returned to his home state of Wisconsin, where they have resided in Fond du Lac since 1972 and raised three children. Rose, together with her husband, owned and operated a small business for 18 years. Currently, Rose is a realtor in Fond du Lac.

©2008 Rose M. Schneider; (P)2009 Tate

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