Love podcasts? So do I! I literally JUST hopped on the bandwagon. It seems like today’s media & entertainment lacks the amount of substance it used to have. Things are getting more vulgar and less wholesome each day. While I may find a few diamonds in the rough, great music, TV shows, and films are becoming a scarce commodity. That’s why I’ve turned to podcasts as one of my preferred sources of consumption.
I’m a huge believer that the things we watch (and listen to) affect our attitudes, which has caused me to be more cautious of what I allow into my spirit. I’ve been discovering some really awesome, uplifting podcasts lately. Listen to these for a good pick-me-up!
This podcast was God-sent. Seriously. Pastor Steven Furtick’s powerful weekly messages have gotten me through recent challenges I’ve faced, as a result of pursuing my purpose. There have been times when I wanted to give up. In those tough times, God always uses things, scriptures, or even people to put me back on the right path; and this podcast happens to be one of those things.
Listen to this podcast for inspiration from some of today’s artists, speakers, and authors. Might I also add, singer-songwriter Christy Nockels is a GREAT interviewer. You won’t be disappointed!
If it’s anyone who knows how to have a good time, it’s Annie F. Downs. She really lets her hair down with this fun-filled podcast. You can count on her to share the latest on new books, foodie destinations, musicians, and much more.
Faith takes courage. Hear stories from brave individuals who made the decision to step out on faith and pursue their God-given paths. It just might be the nudge you need to follow suit.
How do we maintain balance on this journey we call life? How do we ensure that our light continues to shine? Listen to life coach Retha Nichole’s podcast for sound advice and encouragement.
“I use laughter as a coping strategy for life’s messes,” says Lighten Up podcast host Melanie Dale. As for me? I couldn’t agree with her more! Dale invites you to listen in on the conversations she has with her friends each episode, as they share their ways of lightening up and sharing the light in their communities.
Happy hour isn’t limited to drinks only. This Happy Hour, a podcast series hosted by Jamie Ivey, involves great conversations about everyday life with the amazing guests she brings on.
God bless the Evans family! Chrystal Evans Hurst, the elder sister of Priscilla Shirer, has her own podcast featuring her thoughts on the 5 F’s: faith, family, food, fitness, and fun. It’s really good!
Survival stories are the ultimate pick-me-up. Just when you think you’ve got it bad, leave it to someone who has it far worse than you to make you think twice. Sarah Bragg’s podcast does just that.
What better way to use the gift of writing—for those who have it—than for the purpose of uplifting others? Sisters Emily P. Freeman and Myquillyn Smith started the HopeWriters podcast to encourage, inspire, and provide other writers with practical advice.
In the sea of influencers, a small percentage use their platforms for reasons other than their own personal gain. The Influence Network spotlights and interviews these selfless influencers on their podcast.
The perfect balance of intention and indulgence, Around the Table podcast hosts Jacey Verdicchio and Maggie McDaris don’t disappoint with their transparent, yet lighthearted conversations about adulthood.
Do you know what it means to be a lazy genius? It means to be a genius about the things that matter and lazy about the things that don’t. What a great way to live! That’s what this podcast is all about: a collection of conversations featuring…well, LAZY GENIUSES.
We all have those mud stories. Stories deriving from the “messiest muddy moments” of our lives. This podcast serves as a destination for some of these stories, shared by individuals who made it through the mud.
What podcasts are you currently listening to? Share them in the comments below!