Podcasts are a great way to get good content on subjects you care about. I am looking for more podcasts that become indispensable. Here are a few of my favorite podcasts:
- Grace Baptist Church of Taylors, SC with Jamie Howell and Nick Alford
Grace Baptist Church is a family of Reformed Baptists who are dedicated to teaching, learning, and living biblical truth.
- Doctrine & Devotion with Joe Thorn and Jimmy Fowler
Doctrine and Devotion is a weekly podcast exploring Christian faith and practice from an experiential perspective marked by the fun and humor that characterize real friendship.
- Pass the Mic by the Reformed African American Network
Pass The Mic is the premier podcast of the Reformed African American Network. Every month Jemar and Tyler sit down with voices from across the reformed movement with the mission of addressing the core concerns of African Americans biblically. Learn more about this show and the network at RAANetwork.org.
- Christ Central Church in Charlotte, NC with Harold Brown
Christ Central Church seeks to be a racially diverse church community. We strive to be a church that is Biblically authentic and true in its worship of God. We desire to communicate and grow spiritually from the message of the gospel as it is read, preached, shared and taught faithfully, clearly and relevantly.
- Cornerstone Church ATL with Trip Barefield
[Our] mission is to display the greatness of Jesus through the everyday lives of His people. We believe that by the community of God consistently and comprehensively displaying the greatness and goodness of God, we will see overwhelming solutions to three of the most apparent areas of need in Southwest Atlanta.
- Speak Life’s The Evangelist’s Podcast with Glen Scrivener
Since 1952, The Hour of Revival Association (now Speak Life) has been lifting high the name of Jesus in the UK and beyond. We exist to revive Christians, resource the church and reach the world with the good news of Jesus.
- Ask Anything from RZIM with Vince and Jo Vitale; hosted by Michael Davis
Asking tough, thoughtful questions is how you get to know someone. So let’s ask our toughest questions of God and trust that He will provide answers that will allow us to know Him more intimately and share Him more effectively.
- Stuff You Missed in History Class from How Stuff Works with Tracy Wilson and Holly Frey
- FoodStuff from How Stuff Works
The stuff we eat and drink is part daily necessity and part cultural identity. Every mouthful represents millennia of human collaboration and innovation. On FoodStuff, Anney and Lauren bite into the juicy stories – and science – behind everything that nourishes us.
What other podcasts do you recommend?