The Cracked and Silent Mirror

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Kevin and Jennifer each undertake the journey to healing by finding their value in the eyes of God.

Jennifer Michaels takes her baby and hides when she finds out that her husband Kevin has broken his wedding vows. Afraid of rejection and censure, she refrains from sharing her problems with relatives. The Cracked And Silent Mirror is a novel about learning to cope with a seemingly insurmountable problem that indirectly affects more than only Jennifer and Kevin: homosexuality in ...

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Kevin and Jennifer each undertake the journey to healing by finding their value in the eyes of God.

Jennifer Michaels takes her baby and hides when she finds out that her husband Kevin has broken his wedding vows. Afraid of rejection and censure, she refrains from sharing her problems with relatives. The Cracked And Silent Mirror is a novel about learning to cope with a seemingly insurmountable problem that indirectly affects more than only Jennifer and Kevin: homosexuality in the family. Jen refuses to divorce Kevin, confidant that God intended them as man and wife. She begins to explore her own worth as a woman in the eyes of God. In need of support, she turns to her friend Adam Westerman who encourages her by sharing his own testimony of past sexual brokenness. Kevin has never been certain of his personal value. Now, as he accepts that he is homosexual, he finds approval in the arms of his lover. When his relationship with Neil starts to crumble, he learns God cares for him and wants him back. He and Jennifer each undertake the journey to healing by finding their value in the eyes of God.

Author Biography: Cindy Emmet Smith—herself a former lesbian—and her husband, Lee, direct Crossroads Sexual Wholeness Ministries, an outreach for those struggling with homosexuality. She enjoys writing fiction and poetry; a number of her poems have been published. Cindy and Lee live in central Pennsylvania with their three children.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780595094097
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 7/28/2000
  • Pages: 252
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.57 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements ix
Frozen Garden 1
Lamppost Books 13
Mirror Image 25
Family Ties 35
The Skip-Trace 47
Empty Nest 59
Drawing the Lines 77
Happy Holidays 91
House Cleaning 103
Wait Like a River 119
Word and Water 127
Open House 135
The Rotary Cultivator 145
Dead of Night 151
Love in Action 165
Trash Collecting 175
In the Shadows 185
Wild Flowers 201
The Old Path 207
House Warming 221
Roses for Jennifer 229
Afterword 241
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