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March 25, 2020: Meet Adam McArthur, voice of Eugene’s lab assistant Horus.

Horus (right) and Renee Carter in "Out of Her Element," this month's Club adventure
Horus (right) and Renee Carter in “Out of Her Element,” this month’s Club adventure

This month on the Adventures in Odyssey, Renee Carter is desperate to improve her chemistry grade and so she lets Horus help her prepare for the final exam. But the “chemistry” between them may be problematic. Hear from Adam, the voice behind Horus, and from Bob Smithouser, writer of the episode.

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  1. Hi Y’all-
    here are some verses that i think especially important with everything thing that going on in the world right now.

    Isaiah 40:8 The grass may wither and the flowers may fade but the Word Of OUR LORD STANDS FOREVER.

    Psalm 121:6-7 The sun will not harm you by day, nor the moon by night. HE WILL WATCH OVER YOUR LIFE.

  2. @Agentx14. We’re are you?

    @Countrygirl. Yes

    @ Texas Cowboy. Thanks for the encouraging verses, keep it up.

    @ Ed. I did not know that!

  3. Bible Verse of the Day

    The precepts of the Lord are right, rejoicing the heart; The commandments of the Lord is pure, enlightening the eyes. – Psalm 19:8

    1. The agency is just a fun way to learn more about God. There are occasionally missions for projects you can do at home or trivia games. There are always bible verses and good discussion about numerous things and we try to get a lesson (a short devotional) out weekly, though it doesn’t always happen. If you’d like to get more involved, let us know!

    1. Aq: I think all the podcasts are comment-able… just the old comments probably got deleted when they re-vamped the site. (By the way, this is Whit Fan #1, I just changed my name.)

      1. Hey there! I don’t know if all the podcasts are commendable, because I checked the writers page and could find the “Leave a Reply” thing. If it’s true that we can’t comment on older podcasts, I’m sad.

  4. AgentX10: Okay, well… this kinda messes things up. Do we want to find another one or just do the schedule on here from now on? Also let me know, I had given you this week, but is this too short notice now? I write something quickly if you want me too.

  5. AgentX10: Ugh… I think I forgot to label that one as me. Sorry. This new website, while lovely, keeps throwing me off.

  6. Verse of the day: I am the vine; you are the branches. Whoever abides in me and I in him, he it is that bears much fruit, for apart from me you can do nothing.
    John 15:5

  7. Jell-O: Hello! Yes, hopefully we’ll get this running smoothly again soon. Have you found a new place for the Wingfeather Page?

    1. Not yet! We might wait and use the current main podcast page after a few more podcasts have showed up on the conversation moves on from there.
      (Hey, this replying to comments thing is pretty great!!)

    1. Part 1: It matters who Jesus is for the same reason it matters what we think about God and the Holy Spirit. Our outlook of God immediately has more far-reaching ramifications than anything else in the world and your beliefs. What you think of God will quickly color how you think of everything else – especially how you determine right & wrong,

  8. Hello people, so now do I join this agency thing, do I just chat here too, or do I read stuff here or what? Please clarify

    1. @Person The Agency was started a few years by Agentx14 and I. The point is it’s a way to serve God . It’s a place were kids can share favorite Bible verses, devotions are held each week. It’s a place wear people can share prayer requests and open up the hearts for concerns and worries with people there own age. Welcome to the Agency.

      1. Thanks for the info, and thanks for the welcome, I check all the podcasts regularly so, I will be watching, dun dun daaaa!

      2. This is my favorite verse:
        Col. 3:16
        Let the message of Christ dwell among you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom through psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit, singing to God with all gratitude in your hearts.

        It points to Christ Jesus, the Holy Spirit, and God the Father.

  9. Verse of the day: There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus.
    Galatians 3:28

    (Part 1)
    Recently I was watching a seminar from one of Hillsong’s conferences. Joel Houston was speaking and he said a story that really struck me.
    He spoke about a defect he had as a child that caused his chest to cave inwards, but then how as an adult he discovered a surgery that was developing for this very issue.

  11. (Part 2)
    He went to the doctor, who told him that unfortunately he could only do it to children, because adults’ bones are too hardened. Defeated, Joel began to leave, but the doctor stopped him. He had noticed something. Turns out that Joel had another rare condition.

    One that caused his bones not to harden.

  12. (Part 3)
    Anyhow they were able to do the surgery but something went wrong. Joel said he woke up and there was the worst pain in his life coursing through his body and he just wanted to die. They told him they would have to go in again. All he wanted to do was die.

  13. (Part 4)
    Recently, Joel went through a very painful time emotionally. He was extremely depressed for nearly a year. But the cool thing is, God used that time to purge him. He used it to bring out some incredible character and some incredible music and he also used it to remove the things in his life that were hindering those things.

  14. (Part 5)
    And that surgery? When they went in the second time, they found a cyst. It would have grown into a cancerous tumor, but they were able to remove it very quickly. Had they not had to go in the second time, they would never have found it until it was too late.

  15. Part 7
    Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. Proverbs 3:5-6
    The point is simple. We all go through those in-between places. In a way we never get out the in-between places. But sometimes the pain blinds us and we don’t see what God is doing.

  16. Part 8
    Being stretched is painful, but if we lean in and trust, God will work it out for good.

    And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose. Romans 8:28

    Hold on to His promises. He’s gonna work it all out.


  17. I don’t know if this comment will go through. I don’t have email. What do I put in the website section? Sorry if this is confusing.

    1. Your comments will still go throughs if you don’t have/put in your email, and you don’t have to put anything in the website part, unless you want to put I your website adress. (if you have one.)

  18. Verse of the day: Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the world.
    James 1:27

  19. Part 2: what you think of how you fit into the world, and what your priorities are. That in turn will surely determine what your actions are.

  20. Agentx10, could you please try posting lesson again? It didn’t all go through. It sounds really interesting!
    @ Everyone, next week I am helping with our church day camp. Please pray that all the kids will be impacted by the gospel. And that us staff will do good job explaining gospel in a clear way. Thank you!

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