I have a confession to make.

I’m in my 40’s and I love Adventures in Odyssey.

My favorite episodes?

When they time travel.

As a history buff, I love how history comes alive through my speakers when someone in the gang ends up in a place and time I can usually only read about. The character is placed in the event and sees firsthand what the event was about and why it is important. There’s always a lesson for the character. And of course with Adventures in Odyssey, it’s Biblical.

The Odyssey Adventure Club is geared for families with kids ages 8-12, but don’t let that stop you. As a member (because I’ve agreed to blog/review the site) this is what I have access to:

Your Membership Includes …

Unlimited streaming ofย Adventures in Odyssey Library (740+ episodes) retail value over $1,500
New monthly exclusives episodes
Monthly web quests
Clubhouse magazine subscription
Daily Devotions based on Adventures in Odyssey episodes
OAC exclusive blog posts
OAC Monthly Member Newsletter
OAC exclusive video stories
Other Odyssey content (Last Chance Detectives and More!)

I’m not only searching for and enjoying the episodes with the Imagination Station, I’m reading daily devotions from the site. Sometimes they are my own devotion time, not just what I do with my youngest. I’ve worked through the monthly adventure, mission based episodes and themes that highlight a ministry and/or organization that helps others and shares Jesus throughout the world.

Whether you’re a fan because of Whit, Connie, Eugene, those Rathbones, the time travel, or something else, this is a great opportunity to enjoy everything Adventures in Odyssey while growing closer to your family and Christ.

Learn more here.

I’m part of the team blogging about the Odyssey Adventure Club. I received a trial membership to OAC in return for promoting the club through social media.

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4 Thoughts to “My Adventures in Odyssey Confession”

  1. Jennifer Smith

    I’m 31 and I’m in love with Adventures in Odyssey, too. ๐Ÿ™‚ I really consider it a blessing that it’s been a part of my life for as long as I can remember.

  2. I’m the same as you–I’d listen to AIO w/o my kids and I think it’s one reason I love historical fiction so much today! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  3. I had a feeling I wasn’t the only one!

  4. It’s just all around great entertainment, isn’t it?

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