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Marshal Younger returns to the studio for the first time in over a decade

Wednesday, March 27th, 2019

Marshal Younger directing "Between Camp and a Hard Place"

Marshal Younger directing “Between Camp and a Hard Place”

Writer/director Marshal Younger talks about “Between Camp and a Hard Place,” where he got his ideas for camp stories, and whether he was ever in a hard place during production.

Easter Fun Pack

Prepare for Easter with family devotionals from your favorite characters from the Adventures in Odyssey audio dramas. There’s also journal pages and sermon notes for kids. And Easter cards to help you share the love of Jesus with family and friends.

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Imagination Station 23 frontImagination Station 23: Terror in the Tunnel
Book 23 in the highly successful Imagination Station series finds cousins Beth and Patrick nearing Washington, D.C., on the train with Abraham Lincoln, heading to his first inauguration. But a band of assassins plan to meet Lincoln in Baltimore and end his presidency before it starts. Can the cousins help get him through the city safely and on to his big history-making day?

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Send Us Your TRQs – Totally Random Questions

Do you have a TRQ? Not a Twisted Rubber Quilt or Titanium Rabbit Queen. Actually we’re referring to Totally Random Questions, which we have begun asking during interviews on the Official Adventures in Odyssey Podcast. And here’s the cool part: They’re not our questions…they’re yours!

This new podcast feature gives fans a chance to ask members of our cast and crew unpredictable questions that have nothing to do with, well, anything. “What’s your favorite sea creature?” “If you could travel through time, which year would you visit? “How do you feel about quinoa?”

Got a question, leave it on our Totally Random Question page. And then listen for your username on future podcasts! If Bob and Jesse pick your Torque Risk Quotient … er, Totally Random Question … they’ll be sure to give you a shout-out!

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VIDEO PODCAST: Writer Marshal Younger and his three-year-old daughter’s breakfast battle inspires a Parker family adventure (Plus: A story of how God is using Odyssey!)

Tuesday, November 6th, 2018

Many years ago, Marshal Younger’s three-year-old daughter decided she wasn’t going to eat her breakfast. This set off a multi-hour standoff between father and daughter that later inspired the Odyssey episode “The Sandwich Initiative.” Witness the battle of wills as well as an incredible story from one of our listeners.

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Writer Marshal Younger talks “Have a Heart,” organ transplants, and how his family inspires Odyssey episodes

Wednesday, November 8th, 2017

Marshal Younger, directing in 2007

Marshal Younger, directing in 2007


Writer Marshal Younger’s wife Stephanie works in a transplant clinic. She met a child who wondered if he would get the personality of the person who donated a liver to him. Hear how that story turned into the touching episode “Have a Heart.”

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Album 63: Up in the Air

Wooton Bassett returns from his honeymoon with two major problems – Penny is missing and his memory is gone! The journey to find his new bride means probing the depths of Wooton’s crazy mind while also reliving his honeymoon – everything from skydiving in Nicaragua to singing on stage with Wooton’s favorite band, the Pool Boys! Meanwhile, Eugene and Connie deal with the highs and lows of raising teenagers. Connie’s half-sister Jules tries to recreate her life in Los Angeles by making a new friend – school troublemaker Valerie Swanson. And when Connie’s driving lessons leave fingernail marks on the dashboard, Jules turns to another source to teach her — Odyssey’s new licensed driver, Buck Oliver. You’ll learn the meaning of true friendship and love as you come along for the heart-changing, risk-taking experience of a lifetime!

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Goodbye, Alan Young and Janet Waldo — the voices behind Jack and Joanne Allen

Wednesday, August 31st, 2016

Alan Young and Janet Waldo, 1998

Alan Young and Janet Waldo, 1998

Alan Young, 2007

Alan Young, 2007

Janet Waldo, 2006

Janet Waldo, 2006

The Adventures in Odyssey cast and crew remember our friends Alan Young (voice of Jack Allen) and Janet Waldo (voice of Joanne Allen), who passed away this year. Featuring: Dave Arnold (executive producer), Paul McCusker (former executive producer), Phil Lollar (writer/director), Chuck Bolte (former executive producer), Katie Leigh (voice of Connie), Will Ryan (voice of Eugene), Townsend Coleman (voice of Jason), Mark Drury (sound designer), Marshal Younger (writer/director), Bob Luttrell (sound designer), Rob Jorgensen (sound designer), Nathan Hoobler (writer/director), and John Fornof (writer/director)

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Eugene and Connie fall in love, Tom becomes a rodeo cowboy, and Whit gives bad advice: The creation of “I Slap Floor,” Adventures in Odyssey’s self-parody

Wednesday, April 1st, 2015

I Slap FloorWriter Marshal Younger, director/producer Phil Lollar, and sound designer Rob Jorgensen talk about the creation of “I Slap Floor,” one of Adventures in Odyssey’s funniest adventures.

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  • Listen to “I Slap Floor” on the Odyssey Adventure Club now. Or find links to download the episode.
  • Check out “The Crown of Thorns,” Odyssey’s new Easter album.
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