The Frontier Boys is the story of four high school boys whose undefeated basketball season and friendship are threatened after a drive-by shooting leaves one of them in a coma, and one of them with a secret. Brent Fencett, Jed Bracken, and T.J. Lewis are star players on the Charlevoix High School Basketball team; Jackson Carlson is their most obnoxious fan. They are unbeaten on the court and inseparable off it – until Brent gets caught up in his older brother’s mixed up life. The consequences of Brent’s choice leave T.J. in the hospital, and Brent’s soul in turmoil.
As Jed and Jackson shed light into the mystery behind the drive-by shooting that has put T.J. in a coma, a conflicted Brent seeks to bury the truth in the shadows. Jed begins receiving e-mails from a comatose T.J. which leaves him bewildered, but Jed’s faith in God fuels his hope for a miracle.
T.J.’s father is forced to decide whether to hold onto the sliver of hope that his son will pull through or donate his son’s organs to save another life. Jed and Jackson must choose a course of action between standing by in despair or chasing down doubtful leads. Brent has to choose between loyalty to his brother or joining his friends’ quest for the truth.
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John Grooters is an award-winning writer, producer, director, and musician. He has won more than 35 national awards for video production excellence and has traveled the world producing stories on everything from King Davidrsquo;s tomb to the 100th running of the Chicago-to-Mackinac sailboat race. As a creative writer and director, John is in demand. When Focus on the Family wanted a new look for their extremely popular Bible study series That the World May Know, they called John. When the largest Christian museum in the world needed excellent storytelling coupled with exceptional production for their exhibits, they called John. When the city of New Tieling in China began creating their Harmony World Cultural Park attractions and needed someone with exceptional creative vision and drive, they called John.