Forced from a broken home by the ravages of the Great Depression, young Bob Coleman arrives at the rural farmstead of the Majors family. Bob remains on the Majors farm where he learns the values and ideals that sustain him through the many challenges of his life. Most prophetical among these lessons is that Bob's adoptive father, James Majors, tells him he believes in the ever present spirits of ancient Native Americans upon his land. The greatest test of Bob's faith and his most difficult challenge is resolved after a school is built upon the farmstead after the death of James Majors. Arrows summoned from the Quiver of Redemption settle the battle between the forces of good and evil raging within the halls of the schoolhouse. Bob Coleman alone recognizes the combatants and the ultimate victor. While observing the carnage from the battle upon the school grounds, Bob tices an owl perched high on a pine branch and he feels the presence of James Majors behind the piercing eyes of the beautiful bird.