William Hackett, a youth with a troubled past, is in for the adventure of his life. Along with his family, friends, and neighbors, he is a part of a group of pioneers trying to start a new life in the wilderness of Kentucky in the 1770s. Aside from dealing with his deep emotional wounds, Will and his friends are confronted with a life of constant trial, hardship, and peril as they seek to survive the dangers of the Kentucky wilds, as well as the threat of savage enemy warriors.
While the fierce War for Independence is being waged back east, treacherous British agents stir the Indian tribes to rise up and annihilate the small outpost of unsuspecting pioneers. God has put William in a unique position to help, but what can he do against a thousand bloodthirsty fighters?
Full of adventure and excitement, this story demonstrates God’s faithfulness to us, whether the battles we face are against physical enemies or spiritual ones. Probing discussion questions in the appendix equip parents and teachers to challenge listeners with life-changing character and spiritual lessons found in the story.