We Made It, You Can Too!: Providing Hope and Encouragement for Those Passing Through Difficult Times, Trials, Or Storms
We will make sure that you and your wife both get ten years in prison. Since your daughter is underage, we will make sure that she gets put in a foster home. But if you accept this plea agreement, it all goes away, and you get to go home with maybe up to only one year of probation time.'
Bill and Tina Martin were stunned when their average lives were turned upside-down in an instant.
Falsely accused of dealing counterfeit computer parts, Bill thought a short investigation would clear his name and allow his family to resume life as normal.
But the nightmare was just beginning.
Thrown into a firestorm of hearings, polygraph tests, and interrogations, Bill soon realized that his fate was already decided.
When Bill was forced into prison time, Tina and their teenage daughter were left struggling to make ends meet.
As they tried to comprehend what purpose their hardships could serve, they resolved to face their circumstances with faith and courage. Their powerful story is proof that We Made It, You Can Too!
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Our Storm Begins
Preparing for Prison
Prison on the Inside
Released from Prison
Before The Storm Hit
The Drive to Prison
First Week of Incarceration
Some Good News
Looking For Employment
Meeting with Church Counselor
Putting Faith in God
Multiple Avenues of Gods Provision
EightMonth Court Battle
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