We’ve reached the inescapable era of podcasts. It seems like people are trading recommendations every week, so I thought I’d jump in with a few of my own.
This my favourite podcast at the moment! Jeff Medders chats with Christian writers about their work, faith, and lives. I always come away inspired to write, and with plenty of practical tools and tips.
Jaquelle and Sean Crowe, a father-daughter duo, tackle an array of topics on theology and living as a Christian. It’s aimed at young people, but I’m sure anyone would benefit. Their banter is top-quality—they’ve made me look like a lunatic on several occasions as I’ve laughed out loud in public places.
This is classic Piper—quick, pithy, yet thoughtful and biblical answers to just about any question you can think of about theology, the Bible, and Christian living.
Nancy Guthrie’s passion for biblical theology has taught me so much about how to read the Bible well. She interviews Bible teachers, always asking thoughtful and helpful questions, and pressing into the practicality of how to teach different books and concepts.
A great complement to one of my favourite blogs. Jared Wilson covers various aspects of ministry life, which I’ve found really helpful even as a layperson. The episodes are long enough to provide plenty of value, but short enough to be digestible.
I love a good Reformed theology podcast, and this one is my favourite at the moment. They discuss a different topic of theology each episode—everything from hell to sacraments to sanctification.
As I’m just starting my ministry journey, this podcast has given me a glimpse behind the scenes. In each short episode, they give one practical tip for
I’m a productivity nerd, and Asian Efficiency is among the best of the best. Their episodes are always long, thorough, and well-researched. You’ll learn plenty of practical tips for improving your productivity, but also the frameworks and mindsets that lay behind peak performance.