"It is my conviction that this book should be read by everyone to help them understand the emotional testing of a person who experiences the trauma of being stricken with a disability as a child. Imagine the FRIGHT of a six-year-old paralyzed and unable to walk due to polio... the indescribable value of FAMILY, parents and grandparents, unfailing support... then a lonely 15-year-old with FAULTY discernment in making marriage decisions... at that time FAVORED with two precious boys... then experienced the sense of absolute FRUSTRATION when neglected by the church and Christian friends... but had constant hope of FAITH in the Word of God... then divine FULFILLMENT of marital happiness. The reading of this book will give you a new focus on the power and enabling of our Lord." Dr. Orval C. Butcher, Founding minister Skyline Wesleyan Church, Lemon Grove, CA "Sharon Libby has a story to tell, and one that will touch every reader's heart. Sharon proves that through pain and the suffering of her physical limitations there is triumph, joy, and a productive and dynamic life. THROUGH IT ALL... is a heart-rending and inspiring testimony of the faithfulness and power of God in the life of one very courageous woman." Marie Chapian, Ph.D. Christian author and speaker SHARON LIBBY is a homemaker and mother of two grown sons. Sharon contracted polio at the age of six and is confined to a wheelchair. She was co-owner of a consulting business, is active in her church, served on the Board of the Post Polio Network of San Diego County, and is an advocate for the disabled whenever the need arises. Sharon previously published a poem titled, HANDICAPPED? WHAT'S THAT? in THE AMERICAN POETRY ANTHOLOGY. Sharon and her husband, Rick, reside in Richland, Washington.