Judy resisted the idea of working at a summer religious conference at Lake Helena but her widowed mother's chance at a position there made it expedient for her to join her. Judy had to forego a chance to work with Phil. her handsome, but materialistic, boyfriend, to accompany her mother. The summer brought Judy new horizons for vocations in the religious sphere --- medical, missionary, educational as well as uplifting everyday applications-and a more worthy boy to share her future life. A wholesome though moralizing book for a young Protestant audience.