I don’t have a lot of spare time on my hands, but something about Amy’s struggle (which, in my opinion, doubles as a gift… but I’ll get to that) intrigued me. I truly desired to read her novel, so of course I gladly made time to do it. Honestly, I’m so very glad that I did. It was worth every second, and I plan to read it again when it’s officially published. You should too, and I’ll tell you why.
Mobility Matters: Stepping Out in Faith begins with the story of the aforementioned struggle Amy deals with on a daily basis. How could she deal with Retinitis Pigmentosa and all the challenges that came with it? How could she possibly survive her diagnosis without losing her hope? As my eyes trailed intently down the first several pages, I found myself seriously doubting anyone’s ability to do it. Little did I know at this point, although I was reading about Amy’s vision impairment, I was the one who was completely, totally, absolutely (…and hypothetically) blind.
Mobility Matters is moving, touching, and unexplainably life changing. I found myself growing in strength, faith and hope while reading about Amy’s own trust in The Lord. If she can overcome her struggles, I can overcome mine. Although I was sad to finish reading Mobility Matters, I was a better person on the last page than I had been on the first.
I strongly encourage anyone and everyone to read Mobility Matters: Stepping Out in Faith, no matter where you are on your journey through life. As you learn about Amy’s vision impairment, you’ll indeed find that perhaps we’re all a little more blind than we even knew. Don’t worry; you’ll see life much more clearly by the last page. No bifocals needed!