5 Faith-based Podcasts for Women
When I lived in the suburb of Chicago, my commute to work was around 35-45 minutes depending on traffic. The commute home, however, was always 45 minutes to an hour. To help ease Chicago traffic, I jumped onto the podcast bandwagon. And let me tell you, best decision ever!
I work remotely now (work from home), but I still listen to podcasts every day. In fact, my podcast show subscription has grown. I enjoy listening to a variety of different genres of podcasts from mental health, to marriage, to business, to religion, and everything in between. Here are 5 Christian podcasts you should consider listening to.
Journey Women Podcast: This was the very first Christian woman podcast I subscribed to. I love the way Hunter interviews different guests and talks about relevant topics. I also like how diverse her guests are and the conversations are gospel-centered. Very encouraging podcast!
Theology Gals: This is one of the newest podcasts I subscribed to. The two hostess discuss theological ideas, Christian living, the Bible. Sometimes they have guests on the show. It’s a great listen for anyone interested in Reformed theology and Christian worldview. The way they discuss certain topics make it digestible and easy to understand.
The Next Right Thing: I love Emily P freeman’s voice. She sounds so soothing & encouraging. Her episodes are also shorter than the average, each episode is between 10-20 minutes. This podcast show focuses on making decisions, how to make decisions, and what does making the right decision look like. A highly highly recommended show. Seriously. So good.
Focus on the Family: This one is not specifically geared towards women, but I think it has great and relevant content for all believers. There are specific episodes on motherhood, women in ministry, raising daughters. A great podcast show to listen to.
Knowing Faith: This podcast is also not specifically geared towards women. It’s a podcast created by the Village Church. The 3 hosts discusses theological topics, invites guests and talks about theological topics. I would recommend this to anyone who’s interested in theology, doctrine, Christian living. The conversations in this podcast is more dense. If you’re into doctrine and theology, this is a great podcast to listen to.
And those are my 5 podcast recommendations for anyone looking to listen to a Christian podcast show. I rotate between these 5 weekly. If you’ve never listened to podcasts before, I highly recommend that you do!
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If you have other Christian-based podcast shows, share them in the comments! Podcast is a great way to gain knowledge and learn new things. It allows you to attain information. Plus, all currently free!
~ Sincerely, MaiNou
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