|It can't be! Could Eugene's past be connected to a lost village in Africa? Mystery surrounds Eugene and Katrina as they travel to Zaire. Caught in a struggle between two African tribes, the couple must overcome the lies that imprison their new friends. Tom thinks all is lost when he gets sued, until he finds the perfect person to be his lawyer... Eugene!
This Is A Split Collection
- #573: Back to Abnormal
Eugene is back in town and looking to get back to his normal routine. However, he soon discovers that he's no longer needed as before at Cambell College and Whit's End, leaving him to wonder what opportunities God has in mind for his future.
- #574: Prisoners of Fear (Part 1)
Travel to the jungles of Africa with Eugene and Katrina on an adventure you won't forget. It starts with a pleasant greeting from the pilot, an interesting observation from Eugene and a warm welcome from the villagers - but things take a turn for the WORSE as Eugene and Katrina confront a village curse and follow the trail of a mysterious man.
- #575: Prisoners of Fear (Part 2)
On a mission to Africa, Eugene discovers something new about his long-lost parents "... this was my father's journal. He was here." But his quest to learn more puts him face to face with danger - a fierce tribe and a river that villagers say is cursed. Find out what happens!
- #576: Prisoners of Fear (Part 3)
Eugene and Katrina are trapped in the very prison that was used for Eugene's father years ago, a prison with a secret tunnel. Eugene and Katrina become fugitives in the jungle and confront a lie that could put a boy's life on the line. Is Eugene's father still alive? And how will Eugene and Katrina ever make it out of the jungle?
- #577: The Business of Busyness
It's family devotion time at the Washington's which seems to mean that chaos is in the air! Meantime, Eugene opens a new service organization that may put him OUT of service. Eugene and the Washington's discover something about the business of busyness.
- #578: All-Star Witness
Baseball Managers, players and umpires, can get in to some major league arguments ON the field, but Tom Riley's case is different! The question is what law firm will Mr. Riley retain?