Friday, March 30, 2012

SS-11 'The Ghost of Stone Manor"

Sailor Sam is in NY relaxing after his latest adventure when he is astonished by a visit from an English lawyer informing him that he is the heir to a castle in England! The old gentleman, Sir Samuel Stone, has died and Sam is the nearest of kin alive. Sam and the crew decide to go to England to see "Stone Manor." Jealousy, bitterness and a downright ghostly turn of events make this adventure a one-of-a-kind. Tune in to hear how God makes all things work together for good for Sam and the crew - as well as for the servants employed at the Castle.
(13 episodes) The story began on Wednesday, March 28

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

SS-30 Lake Africa (5 episodes)

Sailor Sam and his crew began their latest adventure on Tuesday, March 20th. Here is what they are up to:
Sailor Sam and the crew have just met Professor Digg, an archeologist, who has contracted Sam to take him on a digging expedition in Africa. Professor Digg has come aboard the Porpoise but not without fanfare. It appears that Professor Digg is going to make life difficult for the crew. Tune in to find out how the professor "digs" himself into a deep hole and and learn along with the crew how to display a Christ-like spirit toward those who are hard to get along with.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

"Pirates" update for 3-14-12

The crew of the Porpoise are not bored any longer. Sam suspects that a ship named "Doubloon" is the pirate ship. Its captain is Mr. Snow. Sam, Olie, Buddy, and missionary Bill sneak onto the Doubloon to look for evidence. Sam finds much of the islanders' stolen property. Now Sam must come up with a way to prove that Mr. Snow and his crew are indeed the pirates.

SS17 Pirates on the Island of Mangu

 (13 episodes)

Pirates are raiding the villages on the little island of Mangu. Missionaries live on the island and have converted many of the natives there. The villagers don't have much but are content. The pirate raids are stealing and destroying what little the natives have. Many natives and a chief want war. Another chief wants peace and wisdom from God. The chief who wants war has agreed to wait one day while the other chief looks for an answer from God. Out on the ocean, on board the Porpoise there is boredom. Nothing but ocean. The same routine every day. The kids are tired of the monotony. When will God bring something interesting into their lives? A possible theme for this story is "Waiting on the Lord."