1 Ahab the Pouting King
Mike would rather have his friend's model helicopter than his new bike, until he learns how selfishness led King Ahab down a bad path.
2 The Fiery Furnace
Jimmy gets a real life example of how to stand up for what he believes, even when it isn't the most popular thing to do.
3 The Baby Moses
When Jill has to stay home from summer camp to take care of her brother she is very disappointed, but then she learns about how Moses' life (and the life of a whole nation) was saved because he was cared for as a baby.
4 Elijah and the Prophets of Baal
Tom brings an idol to school for show-and-tell, but then he learns about how God rained fire down from heaven to embarrass the Baal worshipers.
5 Noah and the Ark
Bobby learns from the story of Noah how God knows all of our actions, and someday we all have to answer for them.
6 Daniel in the Lions' Den
Freddy begins to understand how important it is to do things God's way, even though it might sometimes put you in a very tough spot.
Even though Jimmy feels like a nobody, he learns from the story of Gideon that God can use anyone (even someone who thinks they are a nobody) to do great things.
8 Jonah and the Big Fish
Two boys learn that disobeying their parents is wrong; even though they think they got away with something : God will always know, even if no one else does.
9 Naaman the Leper
Sherri uses her size as an excuse to avoid doing anything important until she learns how Naaman's servant girl cured his disease when no one else could.
Johnny is the fastest and strongest in his school, but that can be a problem too, if you aren't using your skills for God's glory.
11 The Red Sea
Two boys learn about God's ability to do anything, even the impossible.
12 David and Saul
Timmy hears about how David dealt with people ganging up on him and realizes it is best to show love and let God take care of the rest.
Approximate running time: 149 minutes. Filmed circa 1954–1956.