Whit’s End welcomes a very special visitor–Dr. James Dobson!
Robyn Jacobs and her father, Dale, have a clash of wills over music from a band called the Bones of Rath.
Scripture: Proverbs 22:6
Isaac Morton sets out on a quest to keep himself pure from all worldly things.
Scripture: Matthew 5:8
Curt Stevens and Lucy Cunningham-Schultz compete to be elected student body president, but Curt’s campaign turns underhanded.
Scripture: Proverbs 10:29
Isaac Morton finds a bag filled with money and wants to keep it, but it’s up to Judge Eugene Meltsner to determine what will happen to the loot.
Scripture: Psalm 89:14
Connie reads three stories from Whit about moderation, which include a talking toaster, two farmers, and a young prince.
Scripture: Matthew 6:19-21; Luke 18:18-25
After a journey in the Imagination Station, a brave knight follows Isaac into modern times.
Scripture: Job 13:15
Lucy befriends a shy, would-be writer from her school named Emily, who starts writing for The Odyssey Owl.
Scripture: Micah 7:5
A young Bernard Walton faces a difficult task as a school crossing guard.
Scripture: Proverbs 20:6
Whit tells the story of a young adult named James Armor who puts his life on the line in a foreign country to save an irresponsible prince.
Scripture: Luke 22:24-26
Robyn must make a choice when she’s asked to go to an unchaperoned party with the most popular girl in school.
Scripture: 2 Chronicles 32:7-8
No one believes Rodney Rathbone when he claims he’s discovered a con artist in Odyssey.
Scripture: Proverbs 12:22
Donna Barclay wants to wear an outfit to a school banquet that her father thinks is immodest.
Scripture: 1 Timothy 2:9