Listen as an Israelite at Jericho tells of the faith of his parents that he doubted in the desert wilderness. Until he saw his parents' God bringing down the walls of Jericho he had doubts. Now he sees and understands and knows what he will say to his children when they ask why he keeps trusting God when it doesn't look like anyone is in charge of this mess. "God handled the sea. God handled the desert. God handled Jericho, my children. He can handle the messes of our lives too." A great monologue about passing on the tradition of a Christian faith and how youth must test it and believe it for themselves.