Good Grief: God's Love in the Midst of Sorrow

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Good Grief: God's Love in the Midst of Sorrow
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Wrap your child tightly in your arms and join Whit, Connie, Donna and others as they experience God's unmistakable comfort and strength in their time of need. Though the stories are fictional, the rock-solid truths underscoring them point us to our only hope in times of despair.


Episodes

Episode Original Airdate Writer Director Rating Buy Preview
#36: “Kids' Radio”
July 23, 1988
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
85%
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Brad and Sherman hit the air waves with their very own radio station: 'Kids' Radio.' But without proper support, the project is headed for trouble.

#49: “Thank You, God”
November 19, 1988
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
90%
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Whit tells a group of friends about how he became a Christian. When he was young, his stepmother was in a horrible accident which left her blind. Through God's love, she was able to cope and show Whit the meaning of faith.

#50: “Karen”
November 26, 1988
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
89%
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Donna Barclay tries to cope when her best friend, Karen Crosby, becomes ill with cancer.

#95: “The Very Best of Friends”
December 2, 1989
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
93%
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Donna realizes she is still bitter about Karen's death a year after she has died. At the same time, Jimmy and Oscar Peterson put on a Shakespeare play.

#220: “This is Chad Pearson?”
February 20, 1993
Marshal Younger
Paul McCusker
92%
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Bart Rathbone holds a big contest and the winner gets a date with television star Chad Pearson. It's a prize every girl in Odyssey wants … except the winner!

#221: “It Is Well”
February 27, 1993
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
88%
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Whit tells Lucy Cunningham-Schultz the story of the hymn "It Is Well."

#280: “Gone...”
September 3, 1994
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
91%
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Bernard and Eugene return from their long road trip to Odyssey, where things always stay the same. Or so they think.

#281: “...But Not Forgotten”
September 10, 1994
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
92%
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Tom Riley, Connie, and Eugene find that running Whit's End takes more time than they thought. Tom asks an old friend of Whit's, Jack Allen, to help out.

#344: “Letting Go”
February 3, 1996
Marshal Younger
Marshal Younger
94%
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Zachary Sellars has a hard time adjusting when his mother starts dating again.

#345: “B-TV: Compassion”
February 10, 1996
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
88%
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Bernard Walton, Eugene, and the B-TV crew talk about compassion with the help of Marty the shoemaker.

#364: “Home, Sweet Home”
November 2, 1996
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
97%
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Whit finally returns to Odyssey--but Connie can't seem to meet up with him.

#365: “Clara”
November 9, 1996
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
93%
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Jack Allen tells Eugene about a shocking incident from his past. Whit gets angry and says that he never wants to see Jack again.

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