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Join the Odyssey gang for some amazing adventure you‘ll never forget! George Barclay is granted a bizarre Christmas wish that changes the course of history; Katrina‘s ring causes Eugene to be caught between a rock and a hard place; Connie must complete her toughest assignment yet on graduation day; and Whit‘s End hosts a live New Year‘s Eve radio production like you‘ve never heard before!

Through these hilarious holiday mishaps and heartwarming tales, your lovable friends learn lessons of thankfulness, commitment, determination and God‘s providence.

Episodes

  • #383: BTV: Thanks
    BTV is back! This is something to be grateful for. Where else can you find ten needy lepers, a famous King and a stone cutter? As usual, the gratitude is in the life lessons.
  • #385: It's a Pokenberry Christmas (Part 1)
    Whit reads a letter from Mary Barclay that discusses how discouraged George Barclay is in Pokenberry Falls. Things are so bad he is considering quitting the pastorate. Whit and Eugene decide to visit the Barclays over the holidays as an encouragement to George and while doing so have a few surprises to give and receive!
  • #386: It's a Pokenberry Christmas (Part 2)
    Whit reads a letter from Mary Barclay that discusses how discouraged George Barclay is in Pokenberry Falls. Things are so bad he is considering quitting the pastorate. Whit and Eugene decide to visit the Barclays over the holidays as an encouragement to George and while doing so have a few surprises to give and receive!
  • #387: New Year's Eve Live!
    It’s New Year’s Eve and Odyssey is celebrating in style! KYDS Radio goes on the air to bring you all the New Year’s Eve fun and festivities. Bernard has a story to tell — Eugene plays a mean ukulele — and Harlow Doyle keeps everyone up to date with his “man-on-the-street” reports!
  • #393: Wrapped Around Your Finger
    It’s a Valentine’s Day fiasco! When Jack and Joanne throw Eugene and Katrina a Valentine’s Day engagement party, everything’s roses — that is, until her parents show up! It’s a matter of a long-standing family tradition — or is it?
  • #394: Patrick: A Heart Afire (Part 1)
    Faith comes alive! Whit tells Jared the remarkable story of a slave boy named Patrick — whose commitment to the Gospel changed the history of an entire nation! Jared learns an important lesson about being committed to God — and how being faithful can have amazing results!
  • #395: Patrick: A Heart Afire (Part 2)
    Faith comes alive! Whit tells Jared the remarkable story of a slave boy named Patrick — whose commitment to the Gospel changed the history of an entire nation! Jared learns an important lesson about being committed to God — and how being faithful can have amazing results!
  • #403: Faster Than a Speeding Ticket
    Life becomes a little unpleasant for Whit and Dwayne! Whit gets a speeding ticket! And Dwayne gets a “D” on his history test! But both believe they were the victims of mistakes. Should they try to set the record straight, or just chalk it up to experience?
  • #404: Hide and Seek
    Kevin’s playing hide and seek with Sarah at Whit’s End and thinks he’s found the perfect hiding place in the Imagination Station. But when he ignores the “Closed for Maintenance” sign on the door and goes in anyway, he discovers it’s not a game when you’re playing with God.
  • #405: The Graduate
    It’s been a long time coming! Connie graduates from high school! That’s right! Connie Kendall is ready to face the world with diploma in hand, but when she’s asked to deliver a speech at the commencement, she finds she may be facing her toughest assignment yet!
  • #409: Natural Born Leader
    An error in the school paper leads the students to think that one of their classmates, a quiet and shy fellow named Charles, is really a gifted political leader.
  • #412: A Lesson From Mike
    The tragic death of a fellow student brings an important lesson about being a friend to all. As Julie learns more about “Mike,” the student who, mysteriously, no one seemed to know, she learns the importance of reaching out to people — people who, at first glance, may not seem to be reachable.

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