Item description for Through It All by Rosemary Amos Cotton...
Overview The author shares her life experiences to demonstrate how God provides the strength to deal with every challenge. (Motivation)
Publishers Description Through it all I've learned to trust in Jesus. I've learned to depend upon his word. God has always been there for me through the challenges of depression and also of having cancer three times. Fix your eyes on Jesus and he will always give you the strength to meet every challenge that you may encounter in life. God used many people in my life to encourage and be supportive to me. Rosemary Amos Cotton was born December 23, 1940, in New Orleans, Louisiana to her parents Herbert and Thelma Amos. Rosemary's brother names are Alvin and Herbert Amos, Jr. Rosemary and her husband Herbert live in Anchorage, Alaska. They have been married 43 years. They have two children, April and Tim and two grandchildren Tamicia and Tamera. Rosemary's mission is depicted in the song "If I Can Help Somebody, My Living Shall Not Be In Vain."
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Through It All Jan 2, 2008
Would highly recommend Through It All to readers of all ages. Having personally known Rosemary since 1975 our family can attest to her greatness as a first grade teacher. She was so encouraging to both of our daughters during their year with Rosemary. When Rosemary admitted to her accomplishment of writing a book we tried locally in Anchorage to obtain a copy but none were to be had. So I ordered three copies from this site to be sent here to us in Toyko where we are visiting our eldest daughter and family for the holidays. So we leave a copy here, take a copy home and leave a copy with our youngest daughter in Seattle when we pass through mid January. This is a book I will read and reread for encouragement and direction to get me through the challenges of living in Alaska. THANK YOU, ROSEMARY, FOR SHARING YOUR LIFE WITH THE WORLD. Caroline Millar, Anchorage, Alaska