What do King David and Doctor Seuss have in common? On the surface nothing, but both stories tell us about morality. They deal with stories of friendship, faith, fear, compassion, remorse, arrogance, jealousy and creativity. We will look at how the stories of David chosen by God in childhood became a hero and king. David was eloquent, passionate, courageous, faithful and at the same time manipulative, self-destructive, irresponsible, and disobedient. He lived a life with God and yet was a very human person who stumbled and forgot the way. As we see how God was at work in David’s life, we will discover the ways God may be working in our lives. If you want to experience the entire story of David it begins in 1 Samuel 16 and ends in 1 Kings 2:12, and an alternate version is found in 1 Chronicles 10:13-29:30. This is a story not for the faint of heart: armies clash, sons try to kill fathers, brothers hurt sisters, brothers fight brothers, adultery, betrayal. Dr. Seuss takes some of these same concerns and puts it into a story with fantastical creatures and the power of rhyme. In these stories of Seuss, there is a message of hope that there are people who are compassionate and courageous. Joins us this summer on the adventure.