Out of Our Hands

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#597: “Out of Our Hands”
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1 Peter 5:7
7Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you.
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Out of Our Hands
“Out of Our Hands” is episode #597 of the Adventures in Odyssey audio series. It was written by Kathy Buchanan, and originally aired on September 30, 2006.


David Straussberg and his friend Cameron seek revenge on their teacher, Dr. Hawthorne, while Mandy writes a play to try and bring her family back together.


This plot section is too short and should be expanded. »Mandy Straussberg is determined to help her separated parents come back together, while her brother David seems indifferent. David's attitude sends him down a dark path, while Mandy schemes up a way to force her parents to see how they're acting.

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Role Voice Actor
Cameron Greg Cipes
Chris Chris McDonald
Connie Kendall Katie Leigh
David Straussberg Robbie Rist
Dr. Hawthorne Ian Whitcomb
Mandy Straussberg Aria Curzon
Rachel Straussberg Vanessa Marshall
Stephen Straussberg Nathan Carlson


  • At the beginning of this episode, Mandy states that she is eight months removed from her twelfth birthday, even though #555: “True Calling” revealed that she was fourteen.



Stephen Straussberg: Well, at least you looked like a saint. I'm the one who complained about soggy casseroles in scene two.
Rachel Straussberg: Actually, I thought that part was pretty accurate.
Stephen Straussberg: Yeah, well, I wouldn't complain if the food was still warm when I got home from work!
Rachel Straussberg: Well, it's not my fault if—
Stephen Straussberg: Ah, here comes the nagging. Remember scene three tonight?
Mandy Straussberg: Stop! Just stop! Now you're fighting over my play! Can't you—don't you—oh, never mind!