Connie learns the importance of time-management skills when she takes on more work than she can handle.
Scripture: Eccelsiastes 3:2-8; 11
Isaac starts selling fans door-to-door during a heatwave in Odyssey – and learns a hard lesson about choosing friends and making money.
Scripture: Proverbs 18:24
Lucy goes out to the Harlequin Dinner Theatre to interview the new owner – only to discover that it’s R.E. Blackgaard! Is Whit’s arch-nemesis back in town? There’s only one way to find out.
Scripture: 1 Samuel 16:7
Jimmy Barclay decides he’s too old for Whit’s End and the Imagination Station, but comes to a new discovery through an imaginative boy named Lawrence.
Scripture: Psalm 104
Whit, Tom, Bernard and Eugene head for the hills to do some camping, and find themselves in the midst of a deluge.
Scripture: Proverbs 17:17
Melanie Jacobs gets a big surprise when her pen pal suddenly arrives in Odyssey for a visit – and she’s blind!
Scripture: Psalm 146
Private Investigator Harlow Doyle gets pulled into a case involving a missing camera, a Bible contest and the always-suspect Rodney Rathbone.
Scripture: Numbers 32:23
Charles Chunky Thompson winds up saving the day in spite of a a rainstorm, a cranky old woman and a backed up sewer system.
Scripture: Luke 19:11-26
Whit and the gang at Kid’s Radio give up-to-the-minute news reports about Abraham, Lot and a city called Sodom.
Scripture: Genesis 13-14; 18-19:29
Whit and Connie take several kids from Whit’s End on a wonderful sleigh ride through Odyssey and learn several new holiday songs.
Scripture: Luke 2:1-20
Whit, Connie and Jenny discuss four situations to see if they can spot the differences between the good and bad things people do and the reasons why they do it.
Edwin Blackgaard finds himself in dire straits financially and reluctantly agrees to teach an acting class in Odyssey – after he receives an anonymous donation.
Scripture: James 2:1-4
A debate about the existence of God, a stalled elevator and a ticking bomb are all part of Whit’s visit to a local radio station.
Scripture: Luke 12:16-21