8 Great Podcasts For Christian Millennials
If you’re anything like me, then you enjoy a good podcast and are always on the lookout for a great one.
As believers, podcasts can be such great resources to build our faith. However, with so many podcasts, finding the right one can be a bit daunting. Don’t worry! Ambo TV has you covered with this list of eight great podcasts to help you in your walk.
1. Daily Prayer Podcast
Starting your day right is important because it will influence the rest of your day. A great way to start is to read or listen to Ambo TV’s daily devotional. And after you’ve done that, then you will want to head over to the Daily Prayer, a podcast created by the website iBelieve.com. Each episode includes an encouraging word and a beautiful prayer on a particular topic. Subscribe today and start tomorrow off right.
2. Truth’s Table
Truth’s Table describes itself as “midwives of culture for grace and truth.” Each episode hosts Michelle Higgins, Christina Edmondson and Ekemini Uwan gather together to offer their perspective on race, politics, gender, current events and pop culture from a black Christian woman’s point of view. If you want to get started, check out their two-part conversation on multiethnic churches.
3. Knowing Faith
Contrary to what some believe, faith and intellect are not mutually exclusive. In this podcast created by members of The Village Church, they are not afraid to engage intellectually with their faith. Delving deep into scripture, each episode seeks to understand the “Christian story, belief and practice in a way that is accessible to everyone.”
This is a wonderful resource for anyone who wants to understand their faith in a greater capacity. Looking for an episode to start with? Then listen to episode 6 aptly titled “In The Beginning.”
4. The Grace Podcast
Hosted by Sybil Amuti, this podcast is good for listeners who wish to “grow in their relationship with God through the word of God.” Through conversation with renowned guests like Cindy Trimm, Sybli dives into topics that we all can relate to, from how to turn your pain into purpose, to friendships. Her interview with Cindy Trimm is a good episode to get you started.
5. Views From The Porch
The Porch is the young adult ministry of the Watermark Church, the Dallas megachurch. This podcast provides practical and biblically-based advice to help you thrive in your 20’s and 30’s. As the podcast says in its description, if you like to learn the hard way, then this podcast isn’t for you.
Hosted by David Marvin and Jonathan Pokluda, and Alaina Haas, together they tackle issues facing millennials like social media, money, dating and how to handle your boss. A great episode to start is “Dating: The Break Up.”
6. Happy Hour With Jamie Ivey
Jaimie Ivey is a Christian author, speaker, and podcaster. In each episode, she invites a girlfriend, usually other awesome women of faith doing great work like Priscilla Shirer, Christine Caine, and Jackie Hill Perry. She and her guests talk about “the big things in life, the little things in life, and everything in between.”
If you want to hear a Christian women’s perspective on topics like marriage, faith, sorrow, and justice, then you will enjoy this podcast. The episode Happy Hour #112: Tara-Leigh Cobble will have you hooked.
7. The Bible Recap Podcast
Speaking of Tara-Leigh Cobble, she is starting an amazing podcast I’m quite excited about. This podcast is for anyone who has ever read the Bible and wondered what you just read. Or maybe you tried to read the Bible through in a year, but for whatever reason stopped.
If that is you, then you will want to tune in to this 5-minute podcast where Tara-Leigh will read a passage of scripture and provide a recap each episode. By the end of the year, she will have read through the entire Bible. She will start reading through the Bible on January 1, 2019, but you can subscribe today to listen to the trailer and other episodes explaining the podcast.
8. Daily Hope With Rick Warren
If you are looking for a podcast that offers great sermons during the week, then you will enjoy Pastor Rick Warren’s Daily Hope. In each episode, he shares portions of his sermons, as well as information on how to get other devotional material. Listening to this podcast is like listening to the extended, and unabridged version of his best selling book The Purpose Driven Life. Listen to his recent sermon series, “How to lighten the load” to get started.