Our spirits are running towards a loving God, at the same time our natural minds are running towards a shallow world of empty promises.
(PRWEB) August 13, 2014
Emanuel Zevallos was unfulfilled when it came to religion. At 25, he delved briefly into Catholicism but found that religion did not satisfy his needs. As a 26-year-old, he discovered Mormonism for the first time. Today, he is a devout Mormon who wants to share his journey of faith and discovery with others and is doing so through his new book, 25 Catholic Mormon 26. The book is due to be released by Next Century Publishing on September 16, 2014, and discusses the path to finding religion and finding personal knowledge and fulfillment in the process.
When Emanuel was young, he kept a journal with original poetry that disturbed his parents greatly. One of the poems asked a number of thought-provoking questions and statements such as, "Who is God? What is love? Why do we live in families? Why am I here? If I don’t know these things, there is no reason to live." Because it was so difficult for his family to understand his concerns and questions, they believed that he was melancholic and hid the poems from him. When he found them years later, he felt something awaken in him that cried out for answers.
25 Catholic Mormon 26 is a transparent look into the journey that answered the questions from this childhood poem. In these pages, readers will not only see what Emanuel personally found, but also what everyone must go through to reach higher levels of happiness.
About Emanuel Zevallos:
Emanuel Zevallos struggled for years with his religious beliefs, finally coming to believe he had the right answers after trying both Catholicism and Mormonism. Now, Zevallos is sharing his struggles and triumphs through his writing, including his new book 25 Catholic Mormon 26. For more information on Emanuel, see http://www.25catholicmormon26.com