Are you looking for a way to teach your children about persecution in an age-appropriate and engaging way? Then Odyssey Adventure Club is the resource you’re looking for!
Odyssey Adventure Club was create in 1987 as an audio drama for children, ages 8-12. After 800 episodes, they continue to teach lasting truths through character-building storytelling that is heard around the world.
Adventures in Odyssey episodes revolve around the town of Odyssey. Mr. Whittaker or “Whit” runs an ice cream shop called Whit’s End. Young friends from all over town come to Whit for advice and his employees, Connie Kendall and Eugene Meltsner often learn as much as the kids do. As an inventor, Whit’s creations such as the Imagination Station and Room of Consequence provides unique ways to teach children a life lesson while also providing variety for the series.
These half-hour entertaining stories are written and produced by an award-winning team of writers, sound designers and voice talent. Recorded in Hollywood, the voice talent of Adventures in Odyssey has been featured in such films as Toy Story, Monsters, Inc., The Land Before Time, Star Wars: Clone Wars, Winnie The Pooh, and many more. The audio drama reaches over 750,000, age 12+ in the US each week via radio broadcasts and has sold over 25 million retail products to date.
In the latest exclusive Club adventure, “When One Door Closes, Part 1,” Whit and Eugene take a portable Imagination Station halfway around the world to encourage believers in a Muslim culture. But soon their plans unravel. Car chases. Threatening phone calls. Kidnappings. Don’t miss this gripping tale of religious persecution inspired by true events and the ministry of Open Doors. Listen now in the Odyssey Adventure Club at OAClub.org, where The Great Adventure Awaits™!
Listen to Part One: