Friday, December 7, 2012

Fearless Friday! Meet Kevin Smith

Meet Kevin Mark Smith, an evangelical criminal defense and family law attorney in Wichita, Kansas. Kevin graduated cum laude from Regent University School of Law in 1999 where he served as Issue Planning Editor for the Regent Law Review. He is a former Assistant District Attorney for Sedgwick County, Kansas. He has published several law journal articles and other nonfiction articles with publications such as The Old Schoolhouse Magazine.

Broken: A story of hope and forgiveness
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Broken follows the lives of Robert Allen Baxter and family as they try to understand how God could allow an innocent young man to suffer at the hands of a criminal.
 Ps 34:18 “The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.”
This Scripture is prevalent throughout the story as each of the family’s members as well as periphery characters discover their own brokenness and realize that such horrific circumstances often usher in God’s healing grace.

Get to know Kevin!
Your unique talent: Evangelical Criminal Defense and Family Law Attorney

Share something not many people know about you:
I like to hunt. Deer, birds, whatever. We are stewards of this earth and harvesting the fruits of it is required by God.

Are you a “pet person” or prefer no pets?
I love dogs, but my wife won't let me have one. Instead, we have a cat.

Would you rather travel or stay at home?

Do you read more or write more?
Lately I write more. However, reading is my second favorite leisure activity.

Prefer cake or pie?

Would, or do, ride a motorcycle or prefer to ride/drive a car?

Bus or taxi or walk?

Are you part of a big church congregation or a small church?
Small, The Family Church

Do you like to telephone people or prefer to use e-mail?

Are you happy or joyful?

Do you eat at home or eat out?

Listen to music or prefer quiet?
Music, classical.

Prefer sunrises or sunsets? Sunsets.
I prefer to sleep through sunrises unless I'm in a deer stand.



  1. Sounds like an interesting book. Healing comes in so many unexpected ways. God is so good.

  2. Good morning, Kevin! I've seen you around the Network so it's nice to finally 'meet' you. Your book sounds very, very interesting. I'm going to add it to my Amazon wish list. I wish you the best!

  3. I like classical music, too. I have also become a fan of Celtic music in the last year. Did you know James Scott Bell is a former attorney? And you would probably enjoy reading books by Robert Whitlow (another former attorney) Here is a link to his Amazon page if you are interested in checking him out. Whitlow went to my high school, though he graduated a couple of years ahead of me.

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