Whit finds eight-year-old Davey Morrison in his basement. Davey wants to move to escape the pain of his parents’ divorce.
A boy plants fear in the heart of his younger sister as she anticipates her first major dental appointment. Unfortunately for him, his plans backfire.
Scripture: Psalm 27:1
Whit meets a 13-year-old girl named Shawn Walker who is new to town and has no friends.
Many people don’t want to be bothered with a youngster’s constant stream of stupid questions. But some do. Whit makes a perfect match in this sensitive story of mutual understanding.
Scripture: Proverbs 18:15
Fourteen-year-old Budgie Wentworth III exaggerates the truth, which makes it hard for his cousin to believe anything he says.
A young boy who wants to get rid of his younger brother almost has his wish come true — permanently.
Scripture: Proverbs 12:18
Whit tells the story of Mike Brettman, a vice president for a local company, whose job keeps him from seeing his family.
A teen named Stacey, who is talking on the phone with a friend, gets into an argument with her father after he takes away the phone and hangs up on her conversation.
Richard Hudson is upset when his 14-year-old daughter, Blair, gives into peer pressure.
Amanda and Vic Hardwick are a married couple who disagree about Christianity. Amanda is convinced that she must persuade Vic to accept the gospel so he won’t go to hell.
When Whit’s grandson, Monty, arrives for a summer in Odyssey, they are in for more trouble – and healing – than they expected.
Elementary-schooler Nicky is upset that his baby sister is taking his parents’ attention away from him.
Scripture: Romans 12:10