When a boy is sent to a children’s home, is chased by a grizzly, and lost in the wilderness, he learns lessons on life, honesty, and the love of God.
“Roy,” a young teen whose parents are alcoholics is sent to live at Minfield Children’s Home in Auke Bay, Alaska. Longing for a place to feel safe, he learns life can be good in a children’s home. Through his adventures, he finds love, acceptance, and a place to call home.
- God loves and cares for him
- To trust the love of the caregivers
- There is hope for a better life
- Even a child can have a personal relationship with God.
The story of “Roy” is based on actual events and true experiences of life in the former real-life Minfield Children’s Home of Auk Bay, Alaska, near Juneau, as experienced by the children who were residents there.