Triumph Through Trial "A Story of Renewal" [NOOK Book]

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The stress of living a dream public persona and a nightmare private reality threatens to destroy a family unit, taking each member in its wake. Through a variety of physical and emotional weapons, one by one they will crumble.
Cynthia is beautiful, educated, secretary of the church, and happily married with wonderful children. She is an accomplished hostess and the picture of Christian love. She has the perfect marriage and life—well, not exactly perfect. Her husband, children,...
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Triumph Through Trial

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Overview

The stress of living a dream public persona and a nightmare private reality threatens to destroy a family unit, taking each member in its wake. Through a variety of physical and emotional weapons, one by one they will crumble.
Cynthia is beautiful, educated, secretary of the church, and happily married with wonderful children. She is an accomplished hostess and the picture of Christian love. She has the perfect marriage and life—well, not exactly perfect. Her husband, children, church members, and life in general seem to get in the way of her perfect life. Feeling robbed of the life she so richly deserves, Cynthia lashes out and her family pays the price.
Michael is successful, educated, and deacon of the church with wonderful children. Michael and his children have a close relationship. They count on him for advice, guidance, and unconditional love. Serving God is one of Michael’s greatest joys. He and his children delight in helping others. Michael loves every part of his life except for his marriage, which is stressful and unfulfilling to say the least.
Karen is the eldest child and bears the brunt of emotional destruction welded by her mother. Kevin is the only male offspring and uses humor and sarcasm as shields to protect himself. Kathy, the youngest, is sweet and seldom is a victim in the war, but lately watching the slow erosion of her family is taking a physical toll on her.
Michael longs for the marriage that Cynthia believes they have and dreams of providing a safe haven for their children. After twenty-five years of marriage, Michael is losing hope of his dream becoming reality. Can he match the public persona and the private reality? What will it cost to get that kind of marriage and home-life? Is it worth the cost? Who will pay the cost?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013467439
  • Publisher: Brighton Publishing LLC
  • Publication date: 12/4/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 275
  • File size: 879 KB

Meet the Author

Theresa Franklin is a Christian, wife, mother, administrator and teacher. When asked if she could be anything in the world, what would she be, she always answers, "I would be a teacher." Theresa believes that there is no thrill to equal watching a child learn a difficult concept and seeing the 'light come on.' Even as an administrator, she taught students who came to her office for assistance.

Theresa has loved reading since First Grade and has always wanted to be an author. When she taught First Grade, the majority of class time was spent reading or writing. When she taught Fifth Grade, she taught only reading--a dream job. Theresa and her husband read to their own children every night before bedtime. Theresa believes that if a child can read, he can accomplish any goal he sets for himself.

Theresa Franklin and her husband, Sam, live outside of Beaumont, Texas, where their three children grew up. She became a teacher twenty-four years ago with the goal of showing children unconditional love. Now retired from education, she enjoys writing and is the author of several published books.
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  • Posted July 28, 2012

    Triumph Through Trial – a Story of Renewal by Theresa Fran

    Triumph Through Trial – a Story of Renewal by Theresa Franklin follows the day to day life of a seemingly happy couple on the cusp of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. On the surface, they appear to have the ideal marriage and family, but this is far from reality. Even though they are Christians they are not necessarily happy or even satisfied with life. So what should they do? Much of the book reads like a diary of day to day living and a lot of the conflict centers around their internal conflicts.

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