Series: Adventures in Odyssey: Video

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Adventures In Odyssey: A Fine Feathered frenzy with bonus 60 minute audio adventure by Ken C. Lohnson
Adventures in Odyssey: Go West Young Man [Videorecording] by Focus on the Family
Adventures in Odyssey: Once Upon an Avalanche [Videorecording] by Focus on the Family
Baby Daze with 60 minute bonus audio adventure by Ken C. Johnson
A Flight To The Finish with a bonus 60 minute audio adventure by Ken C. Johnson
In Harm's Way by Ken C. Johnson
Knight Travellers by Focus on the Family
Someone to Watch Over Me by Focus on the Family
Stranger Among Us by Artist Not Provided

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  1. Adventures in Odyssey: A Flight to the Finish [Videorecording] by Focus on the Family (1991)
  2. The Knight Travellers (Adventures in Odyssey Series - Episode 1- VHS tape) by Ken C. Johnson (1991)
  3. Escape from Fire Lake [Videorecording] (1994)
  4. The Butter Cream Gang [Videorecording] by Bruce Neibaur (2004)
  5. Queen Esther (Greatest Adventure Stories from the Bible) by Hanna Barbera (1991)
  6. The Animated Stories From the New Testament: Saul of Tarsus [Video] by Family Entertainment Network (1990)
  7. God Wants Me to Forgive Them?!? (Veggie Tales ) VHS by Veggie Tales (1994)
  8. Larry Boy and the Rumor Weed by Veggie Tales (1999)
  9. The Animated Stories From the New Testament: Jesus the Son of God [Video] by Nest Entertainment (1995)
  10. The Animated Stories From the Bible: Samuel [Video] by Nest Entertainment (1993)
  11. Love Comes Softly [2003 film] by Michael Jr. Landon (2004)
  12. Dave and the Giant Pickle [videorecording] by Big Idea (1993)
  13. Adventures in Odyssey: Puns, Parables and Perilous Predicaments [Audio] by James Dobson (1989)
  14. 3-2-1 Penguins!: The Cheating Scales of Bullamanka by 321 Penguins (2001)
  15. Breaking the Bonds of Disobedience by Willie Aames (2001)

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