While riding at the 2008 National High School Finals in Farmington, NM, seventeen-year-old Corbin wanted to bring the national champon bull riding title back to his hometown of Jonesville, LA. With a score on one bull, another score would surely place him in a position to win but the bull, M33, changed this cowboy's plans. After six seconds into the ride, Corbin was thrown, and a blow from the bull's back leg broke Corbin's neck leaving him totally paralyzed with little hope he would ever walk again. This is a true story of my son, Corbin Carpenter, and his miraculous recovery from an injury that was supposed to leave him in a wheelchair for life. Corbin's faith in God's healing power, along with his determination brought him from total paralysis to roping cattle again in less than seven months after the injury. The struggles and set backs during recovery proved only a stepping stone to how Corbin is using this life changing event to help change the world, one testimony at a time.