ABOUT THE STORY

You never know how far you’ll go to save someone you love until faced with the most difficult circumstances. In both the book and the documentary from author and filmmaker Chad Bonham, The Battle For Brandon tells the dramatic and compelling story of Jayson and Lynette Gee and their son Brandon’s courageous fight against child onset paranoid schizophrenia. Within this story, you will discover an inspirational message of faith, hope, and divine restoration that will challenge you to persevere through life’s toughest battles.

ABOUT THE FAMILY

JAYSON & LYNETTE GEE reside in Farmville, Va., with their three children Brandon, Bryan, and Briana, and their nephew Julian. Jayson is the head basketball coach at Longwood University. Coach Gee has over 26 years of coaching experience and has coached in two NCAA Division I Tournaments and four NCAA Division II Tournaments. At the University of Charleston, he was named WVIAC Conference and South Region Coach of the Year and was a finalist for Division II National Coach of the Year. In 2015, Fellowship of Christian Athletes presented him with the John Lotz Barnabas Award.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR & FILMMAKER

CHAD BONHAM is a mass media veteran with over 25 years of extensive experience as an author, journalist, marketing consultant and film producer. He has produced five documentaries, written for over 30 national publications, and authored, co-authored or ghost written 24 books including Faith in the Fast Lane (Judson Press), Life in the Fairway (New Leaf), and 3D Coach (Regal Books). Chad resides in Broken Arrow, Okla., with his wife Amy and their three sons Lance, Cole and Quinn.