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In My Dreams, I Can Dance: A Story of Triumph Over Tragedy

by Ann Foster

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Ann Foster's childhood was anything but ordinary. Struck down by polio at just four years old, it didn t seem like this little girl would ever grow up to achieve anything. Even though she was burdened with a series of painful surgeries, permanent disfigurement, and a crooked spinal cord, Ann had a secret weapon: an overcoming spirit and unwavering faith in God. Through thick and thin, she has stood firm in God s promises, even when the future looked grim. Nothing is impossible through Christ. Through the powerful stories of survival and victory in these pages, you will find the faith and inspiration to see not just the light at the end of the tunnel, but the reality of God s grace exactly where you are today. In the midst of your darkest circumstances hope is just around the corner.

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