Orin Bundy is a pleasant and thoughtful young boy. However, anyone who knows him will tell you of the one quality that makes him unpopular. His words get caught in his throat so that he stammers and stutters whenever he speaks. Despite this disadvantage, Orin only hopes to be useful to his Lord.
Orin’s principles are tested when the foolish actions of the town troublemaker nearly kill his father. As the fisherman lies on what may be his deathbed, no one knows if he will survive the attack. With the boy behind bars, Orin must determine how he will treat the young assailant. Countless sermons have been lost upon the wayward youth, but will Orin’s act of forgiveness be the means of leading the wretched boy to Christ?