The Truth Chronicles

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The Truth Chronicles
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August 2008
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The Truth Chronicles

The Truth Chronicles is a special album released in 2008 to be used with The Truth Project, a ministry of Focus on the Family. The album contains eleven episodes, eight of which have never aired on the radio.

Description

Are there really right answers to big questions about God, faith and truth? The kids of Odyssey are about to find out! Can the Science club discover the reality of Intelligent Design? Will Captain Absolutely triumph over the evil schemes of Dr. Relative? And what happens when kids are in charge of their own town - with no adults? there's absolute adventure ahead with these life changing stories on seeing the world from a Christian perspective - and that's no lie.

The kids of Odyssey are about to find out the answers to life's biggest questions — about God, faith and even truth itself. Eleven new stories — featuring Whit, Connie, Eugene, Wooton and your other favorite characters — teach valuable lessons about truth, compassion, false gods, intelligent design, worldviews and much more. There's even an episode introducing you to Kidsboro, a kids-only neighborhood in Odyssey. Your whole family — especially kids ages 6 to 12 — will be captivated by the stories in this album.

Notes

  • This album was exclusive to the Focus on the Family store for about a year before it was finally released to other outlets.
  • This album includes a 16-page booklet with questions for family discussion.
  • Hear an interview with Paul McCusker about The Truth Chronicles here.
  • This album is based on Focus on the Family and Del Takkett's "Truth Project."
  • Due to the 45-minute length of #TTC05: “In My Image”, The Truth Chronicles only featured 11 episodes, instead of 12.
  • With the exception of the 3 part Kidsboro episode, none of the other episodes from this album have aired on the radio.

Episodes

Episode Original Airdate Writer Director Rating Buy Preview
#TTC01: “Here Am I”
Unaired
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
92%

Whit tells a story in which Connie is dreaming. In her dream, Connie tries out Whit's new interactive Kids' Radio and experiences an encounter with the problems of having a secular worldview. Can she convince others that truth is not what what we make it to be?

#TTC02: “The Truth Be Told”
Unaired
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
89%

Wooton Bassett's new comic book hero Captain Absolutely seeks to fight for the truth, no matter what it takes.

Meanwhile, Jill Segler is given an opportunity to get the story on Christian worldview for The Odyssey Tribune, as taught from the folks at Whit's End.

#TTC03: “The Science Club”
Unaired
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
83%

When Nelson Swanson is given the opportunity to lead his school’s science club, he decides to discuss evolution with his class, producing frustrating complications.

Meanwhile, Jill Segler is experiencing writer’s block as she writes an article about evolution for The Odyssey Tribune.

#TTC04: “Three in One”
Unaired
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
87%

Connie Kendall’s job-seeking lands her at a local cable station for a job interview. Meanwhile, Captain Absolutely is at it again and must fight an enemy that wants to go against God’s standard for society.

On the other side of town, Eugene teaches Nelson Swanson important facts about God’s order in the universe.

#TTC05: “In My Image”
Unaired
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
90%

Whit tells the story of William, a boy who becomes tired of being told what to do. When he encounters a mysterious traveler offering him a god that's just right for him, Will puts himself into a terrible trap.

#643: “Kidsboro, Part 1”
May 24, 2008
Marshal Younger
Marshal Younger
93%
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Mr. Whittaker creates a whole town run entirely by kids. Ryan and his friends decide that they must run the town right by establishing their own government, laws, and justice system.

#644: “Kidsboro, Part 2”
May 31, 2008
Marshal Younger
Marshal Younger
92%
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Mr. Whittaker creates a whole town run entirely by kids. Ryan and his friends decide that they must run the town right by establishing their own government, laws, and justice system.

#645: “Kidsboro, Part 3”
June 7, 2008
Marshal Younger
Marshal Younger
91%
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Mr. Whittaker creates a whole town run entirely by kids. Ryan and his friends decide that they must run the town right by establishing their own government, laws, and justice system.

#TTC06: “Stepping Stones, Part 1”
Unaired
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
97%

Mr. Whittaker uses the enhanced Kids' Radio studio to tell the kids the true story of the Puritans and their voyage to North America, their hardships, and their new life.

#TTC07: “Stepping Stones, Part 2”
Unaired
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
91%

Mr. Whittaker uses the enhanced Kids' Radio studio to tell the kids the true story of the Puritans and their voyage to North America, their hardships, and their new life.

#TTC08: “The Final Call”
Unaired
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
89%

Kids' Radio presents the story of Jonah and relates it to sharing the truth of the gospel in a world that needs absolutes.



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Resources

The Truth Project