The Cure, Part 2
Adventures in Odyssey Club exclusive, is episode #767 of the Adventures in Odyssey audio series. It was written and directed by Dave Arnold, and was originally released on March 1, 2015.“The Cure, Part 2,” an
When a plane goes down in a violent snowstorm, the team's mission to share the hope of Jesus turns into a risky rescue mission.
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|Will Bakaran||Kiff VandenHeuvel|
|Jeff Lewis||Gary Reed|
|Wooton Bassett||Jess Harnell|
|Marty McFlynn||Matt Hurwitz|
|Chief Tom||Tony Amendola|
|Louis Scott||Keith Silverstein|
|Amy Scott||Saige Spinney|
- This episode's charity is Carry the Cure.
- $5,000 in revenue from the Adventures in Odyssey Club was given to Carry the Cure to purchase New PA speakers, a 16-channel digital mixer and a loudspeaker system for school assemblies along Alaska’s Iditarod Trail.
- This episode is based on actual events.
- What do you think of Wooton’s Alaskan adventure so far? If you were the writer of this story, how would you want it to continue from here?
- How has God proven to be trustworthy in the midst of a difficult or scary situation in your life?
- What do you think it means for a man to be a “godly father,” and who do you know who fits that description?
- Chief Tom warns Louis, "You know the futility of searching when you have no trail to follow." How does that apply to our spiritual journey? Can you think of a few trails God has left for us to follow?
- Will reminds Wooton that racism and poverty contribute to the hopelessness many Alaskans feel. Talk about those issues as you've observed them. What can you do to be part of the solution?
- Louis says, “I tried a shortcut. I didn’t think it would take us here.” When have you cut corners to get something done faster? Did it work? Were you surprised at where you ended up? What did you learn from that experience?
- At the end of this episode, the characters all admired the aurora borealis, yet saw those lights differently based on their understanding of the One who created them. As a family, look online for pictures of that phenomenon. What do you see? How does Romans 1:20 apply?
- Wooton almost misses the lights because he has his head down, busily texting Penny on his cell phone. How can staring at handheld gadgets cheat us out of real-life experiences?
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