The Official Adventures in Odyssey Podcast

Hosted By:
Bob Smithouser & Jesse Florea

October 9, 2019: How many people have had an Odyssey written about them – and got to be in the studio to meet the person playing them? Tune in to find out!

Sarah at the 20th Birthday Bash in 2008
Sarah at the 20th Birthday Bash in 2008

“Rightly Dividing” was based on the true life story of Sarah Keimig. Born blind, she’s gone through a variety of eye procedures in her lifetime. Find out why her story inspired an adventure and what it was like being in the studio while her story was recorded.

Album 67: More than Meets the EyeAlbum 67: More than Meets the Eye – on the radio starting October 5!

When Emily and Matthew find themselves trapped inside an unfinished escape room in the basement of Whit’s End, their only way out is to follow the clues to unlock the steel door before time runs out. Meanwhile new wide receiver Buck Oliver faces some unexpected challenges on the way to the high school football state championship when the team hires a new assistant coach – Eugene Meltsner. Across town, Connie Kendall’s wedding planning business becomes more complicated than she ever imagined when a family member raises suspicions about the groom’s past. Don’t miss a single twist or turn in these six adventure-filled stories.

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