Someone's Son is a memoir of personal tragedy, but it's more than that. It's an account of God's faithful love for a prodigal. Beginning with her own history, Rhodes unflinchingly writes of the years she strayed away from God. At the end of her resources, she heard Him urging her to let Him be God in her and her son's lives. She did, and she found hope at the end of the road.
Someone's Son will touch your heart, stir your faith, and awaken your concern for those struggling with addiction and other serious issues. It will leave you with the confidence that when you encounter someone like Ronal Paul, you'll realize he or she is not just another drug addict or AIDS patient. She's someone's daughter-and he's someone's son.