The Fruit of the Spirit

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The Fruit of the Spirit
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August 3, 2021
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Description

This thrilling Adventures in Odyssey compilation album is about the fruits of the Spirit. All nine biblical values from Galatians 5 are included. Love, the first and most multifaceted fruit of the Spirit, has four episodes dedicated to it. Then each of the remaining fruits of the Spirit each have their own episode. These are well-loved episodes and great for teaching children life-giving principles in an entertaining way.


Episodes

Episode Original Airdate Writer Director Rating Buy Preview
#64: “The Greatest of These”
March 4, 1989
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
87%
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Robyn Jacobs struggles with her struggling school partner: Oscar Peterson.

#162: “Peacemaker”
August 10, 1991
Paul McCusker
Phil Lollar
82%
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Connie tries to keep Jessie and Donna interested in a project without having them fight constantly.

#196: “Harlow Doyle, Private Eye”
June 27, 1992
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
90%
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Harlow Doyle, Private Eye, opens an office in Odyssey, and his first big case is to help Jessie find her lost faith.

#224: “Greater Love”
March 20, 1993
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
94%
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Whit hears the story of how Tom Riley's son died … from the man who claims to be responsible.

#225: “Count It All Joy”
March 27, 1993
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
89%
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Middle-schooler Erica Clark tries to find joy in every situation, but nearly has an emotional breakdown in the process.

#263: “When Bad Isn't So Good”
April 9, 1994
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
91%
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Edwin Blackgaard and Sam Johnson come to the conclusion they need to be "bad" once in a while to get noticed.

#339: “Do, For a Change”
December 2, 1995
Marshal Younger
Phil Lollar
91%
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Zachary Sellars and Eugene face their first difficulties as new Christians.

#563: “Tuesdays with Wooton”
February 19, 2005
Torry Martin
Marshal Younger
93%
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Every Tuesday, Wooton Bassett meets with a mysterious kid who seems to be hiding something.

#691: “Wooton Knows Best”
October 1, 2011
Marshal Younger
Dave Arnold
87%
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Olivia and Matthew Parker compete for a chance to be Wooton Bassett’s camp assistant.

#693: “The Amazing Loser”
October 15, 2011
Dave Arnold
Dave Arnold
92%
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When Whit's End sponsors a band camp, Matthew, Jay, Priscilla, and Barrett compete in a musical scavenger hunt.

#694: “Anger Mismanagement”
October 22, 2011
Kathy Buchanan
Dave Arnold
85%
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Frustration abounds as David Parker suggests Grandma Lucia try a test run of her salon business in his living room, and Olivia discovers Valerie stealing the media spotlight for a big parade.

#696: “You're Two Kind”
November 5, 2011
Kathy Buchanan
Bob Hoose
89%
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Ryan decides to partner with Brad for a school project, but has second thoughts when he overhears Brad making fun of him. Meanwhile, Connie gives Eugene a series of bejeweled gifts and he struggles to tell her the truth — he hates them.

Writers

Writer Episode Number
064 162 196 224 225 263 339 563 691 693 694 696
Dave Arnold
Kathy Buchanan
Kirby Atkins
Marshal Younger
Paul McCusker
Phil Lollar
Torry Martin

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