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Reviewed by Philip Van Heusen for Readers' Favorite
Game Changer is the heart-wrenching, gut-twisting drama that is the life of the Frase family. Paul Frase and Alison Rockett are the loving parents of Joshua Miles Frase. Joshua has a rare genetic disorder. He is differently-abled, but this did not stop his parents from launching into action to find a cure for Myotubular Myopathy (MTM). In the shadow of this spell-binding journey, one can see the hand of God working out the details. When Joshua was born, he scored zero on the Apgar assessment. Only parents who have stood where Paul and Alison found themselves will fully understand the implications. But Joshua finally had a diagnosis. I have been in those shoes, and this book is both amazing and eye-opening. Alison and Paul open their hearts and let the reader see inside while feeling the pain and excitement.
Having a differently-abled child may result in the loss of many dreams, but the love it brings more than makes up for any loss. “Grief, in the world of special needs, is an ongoing reality.” Paul Frase and Alison Rockett understand that God is sovereign. They share their deeply held belief in the Almighty in Game Changer. This book is an emotionally moving testimony to the courage and strength parents of differently-abled children often exhibit. It is written in a friendly manner, making the reader feel as if they are sitting in the den with Paul and Alison, just chatting about how their life was changed. This became a blessing for others because of the research they initiated in the hope of a cure for Joshua. Read through to the exciting end and see what can be accomplished when parents do their part. When doctors give parents no hope, it is time to find hope in Jesus Christ.