The Official Adventures in Odyssey Podcast

Hosted By:
Bob Smithouser & Jesse Florea

October 10, 2018: Get in the Christmas season early this year in an unexpected way: going inside a prison. Plus: Preview Album 65!

Patti Hammonds, senior manager with Angel Tree, tells us how the Club adventure “Beyond Repair” reflects real life and tells true stories from Prison Fellowship. Plus, hear a preview of Album 65: Expect the Unexpected!

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Album 65: Expect the UnexpectedAlbum 65: Expect the Unexpected

There’s never a dull moment in the town of Odyssey! From a mysterious police investigation to an internship at a funeral home, every situation leads to unexpected results. When Zoe Grant and Olivia Parker start a new talk show, they reluctantly choose Jay Smouse as their first guest. But his talent of stuffing his mouth with jelly beans leads to frantic and frightening consequences. An impromptu Parker family picnic turns into an unusual opportunity for David as he decides to go to extreme lengths to prove a point to his kids about initiative. And Buck and the Meltsners face a sudden dilemma when a social worker questions Eugene and Katrina’s role as Buck’s guardians. Don’t miss out on a single shock, twist, or turn as the folks in Odyssey learn about fame, friendship, family, and more in these six exciting stories.

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Fall Season Schedule:
  • October 13: The Shame About Fame
  • October 20: The Sandwich Initiative
  • October 27: The Toy
  • November 3: The Good in People
  • November 10: Not What I Expected
  • November 17: Divided We Fall
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