November 11, 2021
What are some good faith forming podcasts? A friend just recommended The Daily Liturgy and Women of the Bible.
What would you add?
We may be a little biased but we're big fans of Do Justice!
Hoo boy! I love podcasts.
Some awesome Christian podcasts: - Reformed Forum (very, very deep, but the best Christian podcast out there!) - Reformed Brotherhood - Core Christianity - Doctrine & Devotion - The Heidelcast - White Horse Inn - The Glory Cloud Podcast (ended) - BavCast - The Reformed Pubcast (ended)
The Happy Hour with Jamie IveyTheology in the Raw with Preston Sprinkle
You're not crazy with Sam Allberry
Being Known- with Curt Thompson
There's so many good Christian podcasts that I listen to while I walk:
Language of God (from BioLogos)
5 Minutes in Church History (Ligonier)
The Proverbs 31 Ministries (for Christian Women)
Friends in Formation (from Renovare)
Renovare Podcast with Nathan Foster (son of Richard Foster)
Look at the Book (John Piper)
Solid Joys (John Piper)
C.S. Lewis with Alister McGrath
Simply Put (Simple explanations of Biblical terminology)
Unbelievable with Justin Brierley (debates on Christian issues on Premier radio UK)
Ultimately (R.C. Sproul)
Leadership (Craig Groeschel--Life.Church. Once per month)
- Peacing it all Together w Randy Woodley
- On Being w Krista Tippett
- Do Justice w Chris and Naomi!
- Kingdom Roots w Scot McKnight
- Learning How To See w Brian McLaren
- Everyday Peacemaking w Global Immersion
1. The Bible Project
2. We Wonder
Thanks for this...always looking for new podcasts
Recently, I've recently really enjoyed
Open to Wonder - by Faith Formation MinistriesThe Reformed Journal PodcastDo JusticeThe BEMA PodcastExploring My Strange Bible
So glad to hear you've been enjoying Open to Wonder! Thanks for sharing, Mountainview CRC.
Christianity Today's "The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill" Podcast
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