All the News That's Fit to Print

When Connor Gecko, Granny’s grandfather, is honored at a special town celebration, anonymous notes to the Terrene Gazette cast suspicion on the war hero's stories.

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“Whoever does these things will never be shaken.”

Audio Icon   Psalm 15:5



In this episode, Liz finds out the truth about his hero. Do you have a hero? What is it about him or her that attracts you? Some of the people looked at as “heroes” today live lives that are less than heroic. That can make us forget what makes someone a true hero in God’s eyes. Real heroes are people who maintain their faith even when life hands them a bad deal. They choose to trust in God and believe in his promises even when everything in their lives defies such optimism.

Can others look to you as their hero? Does your life have a positive influence for Christ? Everything that’s good about you—all the good that you are and do—is only because of God’s grace and power in your life. Pray for God to bring true heroes of faith into your life. Try to live your life in a way that others can look at you as an example of a hero.

Want to dig deeper about heroes? Read Hebrews 11


Do you have a hero? Is it someone God would consider a hero? Think about the Bible’s heroes, and think of godly people in your family and your church. Who do you think you could consider a hero? Take out some paper and draw some boxes like a comic strip. Can you make a comic strip about one of these heroes? What would they say and do? What would their superpower be (faith, prayer, self control, obedience etc.)? Share your comic strip with your family and tell them why you think that person is a great hero. Be more like your hero this week!