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Best Christian Music Books podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Christian Music Books podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Home is the place where the whispers of God’s love are heard regularly, the touch of His hands is given intentionally throughout the day, the words of His encouragement and affirmation pointed to lay the foundation of loving relationships where a woman conducts the beauty of this life within its walls. I hope you will find inspiration to cultivate such a life within the pages of this blog. I welcome you here!
 
Hey this is Jodi and Chris from Love & The Outcome, welcome to our podcast! We’re a married couple who rock out together, we're parents of Milo and Ziggy, and we're following Jesus as best as we can. This podcast will take you on our journey covering family, spirituality, wellness, and of course music. Our life is a road trip, our mess is our message... we’re happy to invite you into it!
 
Spirit-filled daily reflections on the Mass Readings of the Roman Catholic Church from the book Our Daily Bread by James Kurt (with imprimatur). The daily podcasts are voice only, while the podcasts for Sundays and Solemnities are produced with music and other elements. Another podcast recently added: Prayers to the Saints - a prayer to each saint on the calendar for the US. Also with imprimatur.
 
Church and Culture engages all aspects of our culture with the aim of discussing “cultural apologetics.” Culture is discussed from a Catholic perspective in order to provide opportunities for Catholics to introduce the faith to others through a book, a movie, a TV show, a piece of music, a political issue, or an artist, among other things. The Church speaks through culture, and while there is much in our culture to be avoided, there is much that can witness to the Catholic faith. On each pro ...
 
Lucas Miles is a prominent pastor, author, and filmmaker. With nearly 20 years of ministry experience, Lucas is no stranger to conversations about faith. His debut book, Good God: The One We Want To Believe In But Are Afraid To Embrace, breaks down commonly held misconceptions about God and invites readers to experience a loving Father who is better than we could ever imagine. Good God was featured on virtually every major Christian media outlet and can be found in bookstores nationwide. As ...
 
The Wade-O Radio Show is an international, terrestrial, Internet radio show, and podcast that provides its listeners with high-quality Christian Hip Hop music, news, and interviews. [To Book DJ Wade-O for your next event, email booking@wadeoradio.com] In each episode the listener can expect the latest news with audio segments from Laide Mak, mixes by DJ Wade-O, a New Song of the Week, a countdown of the ten hottest songs out right now, conversations about controversial topics within the Chur ...
 
Though carols are traditionally associated with Christmas, this was not always the case. “Carol” comes from the French word 'carole' which means circle dance accompanied by singing. It was part of any festivity and gradually came to be associated with holidays like Christmas. In England, festivities were banned following the Civil War and Protestantism, but many song writers and Protestants wrote musical works to be sung at Christmas and these were referred to as “carols.” Today, Christmas a ...
 
Snarky Faith is a space where we irreverently wrestle through, life, culture and spirituality. It’s a skewering of religion in culture today. The questions or even answers are never the point – it’s all about the conversation. Snarky Faith is on WCOM LP 103.5 Chapel Hill/Carrboro, NC Tuesdays 5-6pm EST www.snarkyfaith.com
 
Promoting the Good News in Contemporary Fashion!!!Gospel Music Artist, Song Writers, Book Reviews, CD reviews, Concert Reviews, Community Interviews, Positive Words of Encouragement, we present YOU to the world!!!(To Hear the Interviews Click on the Titles)
 
Everybody has some broken records, negative messages that rattle around in our souls. Join author and spoken word poet Amena Brown as she unpacks the themes from her non-fiction book How to Fix a Broken Record with a different guest each episode. Through compelling interviews, cackling, and conversation, Amena and guests discuss life, love, faith, and broken records while reviewing the soundtracks of their lives.
 
Hosts Noah and Glendon work through various ways the church needs to change in order to see the world in its wholeness. Themes of nonduality, meditation, contemplation, inclusion, diversity, and how to address patriarchal and colonized structures are explored in-depth with various guests.
 
In the 21st century people have more questions that answers, but time and again when we look to "The Word of God" we see the answer to every question is Jesus! The WORD Research Podcast features Biblical sermons, and discussion on Biblical and Cultural topics that relate to you, your life, and your world. Join us as we research His Word together.
 
The ComposerDad Podcast is full of music and adventure stories for kids and their parents. Follow ComposerDad as he receives “intense compositional challenges” from a talking Bible, Animatronic Shakespeare, a supermassive black hole, and families everywhere. Learn about the creative process, listen to great music, and hear fun stories told by silly characters. For music-loving families, fans of Eleanor Amplified, and Story Pirates. Part of the Kids Listen community of podcasters.
 
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Michelle Kim appears to be a normal, twenty-something year old, first generation American, living the American dream in California. But over the last few months the dream is starting to become a nightmare because of her membership in the Shincheonji Church of Jesus. The church has been labeled a cult, accused of brainwashing its members into submis…
 
In this episode of Signposts, I am joined by Dr. Stephen Prothero to talk about religious literacy. Dr. Prothero is the C. Allyn and Elizabeth V. Russell Professor of Religion in American at Boston University. He is the author of Why Liberals Win the Culture Wars (HarperOne, 2016), God Is Not One: The Eight Rival Religions that Run the World—and Wh…
 
(Dn.7:9-10,13-14; Ps.97:1-2,5-6,9; 2Pt.1:16-19; Mt.17:1-9 – Mk.9:2-10 – Lk.9:28b-36 Note: since the three gospel accounts vary only in detail, they are treated as one in this one exposition for the day) “I saw one like a son of man coming on the clouds of heaven.” Daniel’s vision, as John’s vision in the Book of Revelation, is perceived in the fles…
 
The best of the decade lists continues! In this episode I take a look at 2016, counting down my favorite movies and video games from that year. This is part 3 of a planned 10 episode series breaking down every year and then compiling my favorites of the decade at the end! I hope you enjoy the ride! Be sure to like Helix Reviews on FaceBook and Subs…
 
A couple of weeks ago, Emily and I recorded a podcast together that expresses both of our hearts—our passion to see young women, teen girls, flourish. With so many voices coming at them on the internet, and constant pictures of impossible standards for any of us to meet, it is common for girls to feel inadequate and insecure just being themselves. …
 
(Jer.31:1-7; Jer.31:10-13; Mt.15:21-28) “Shouting, they shall mount the heights of Zion, they shall come streaming to the Lord’s blessings.” In our first reading Jeremiah prophesies the restoration of “all the tribes of Israel” to the grace and “age-old love” of their Lord and God. The Lord promises His virgin daughter Israel: “Carrying your festiv…
 
Sarah and I conversed today about beauty, books, the shaping of hearts, minds and souls. I know you will love this podcast between mother and daughter, best friends. Sarah is the author of the book: Read For the Heart which provides hundreds and hundreds of favorite children’s books and authors. Currently it is out of print but has been a favorite …
 
On “World Music Day”, June 21, a day that celebrated the contributions of musicians worldwide, a group called the Music Workers Alliance launched an unemployment countdown clock, ominously counting the days until July 31, when enhanced unemployment benefits (the extra $600 weekly called FPUC - Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation) are set to …
 
O priest exemplar, O preacher and confessor extraordinaire, healer of souls who by prayer and penance was made holy unto God and brought others to that same holiness before the Lord and Maker of all poor souls – pray indeed this day that our hearts will be set on Heaven, that our longing will be for the Lord, and so that by prayer we shall come to …
 
Pop-O-Holics Weekly Upload (08/03/2020) Brian’s Wacky News Corner: News: AMC and Universal reach PVOD deal (https://variety.com/2020/film/news/universal-amc-theatres-historic-deal-windows-1234718737/) Movies: An American Pickle (HBO Max) 8/6 Waiting for the Barbarians (PVOD) 8/7 TV: Howard (Disney+) 8/7 Tiny Creatures (Netflix) 8/7 What We’ve Been …
 
This week’s episode features a 2x bonus of videogame music awesomeness! The first half of the show features Ro Panuganti. Ro is a YouTuber, multi-instrumentalist and videographer, specializing in covers of videogames and films in the style of rock and progressive metal. Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the popular role-playing videogame franchis…
 
On this episode of The Lucas Miles Show, Lucas chats with best-selling author, film-maker, teacher, and end times expert Joel Richardson about how to discern a Biblical eschatology (view of the end-times). (Recorded during the COVID-19 Quarantine) Joel Richardson is a New York Times bestselling author, film-maker, and teacher. Joel lives in the Uni…
 
Church and Culture engages all aspects of our culture with the aim of discussing “cultural apologetics.” Culture is discussed from a Catholic perspective in order to provide opportunities for Catholics to introduce the faith to others through a book, a movie, a TV show, a piece of music, a political issue, or an artist, among other things. The Chur…
 
Church and Culture engages all aspects of our culture with the aim of discussing “cultural apologetics.” Culture is discussed from a Catholic perspective in order to provide opportunities for Catholics to introduce the faith to others through a book, a movie, a TV show, a piece of music, a political issue, or an artist, among other things. The Chur…
 
O priest of the Blessed Sacrament, you gave your life in sacrifice at the altar of the Lord and in all the trials of this earth; you suffered all for Jesus and desired only to bring souls, all the children of God, to receive Him and His grace in the Sacrament of Communion, in oneness with our Lord – pray, O priest of Christ, that our very lives sha…
 
O vigorous defender of the divinity of Christ, you who suffered exile for your work for the faith, you who had a true shepherd’s heart and cared so deeply for the priests and people the Lord placed in your hands – pray the shepherds of the Church today will strive with your same selfless zeal to bring the love of the Son of God and the blessed dema…
 
Today we speak with celebrity hairstylist and groomer, Andrea Pezzillo. On top of making the stars look their absolute best, she also founded a Non-Profit organization helping at-risk youth obtain economic opportunity and personal stability. We talk about her foundation, Trade-Works, her move from Seattle to LA, and how we can take care of our hair…
 
O patron of moral theologians and servant of the poor, how blessed was your loving wisdom, your understanding of God and His love for us, made perfectly known in His only Son whom you loved so much with His Mother and the Church, and whom you call us all to love through your blessed words – pray the redeeming love of Jesus our Savior flow in all ou…
 
(Jer.26:11-16,24; Ps.69:14-16,30-31,33-34; Mt.14:1-12) “In truth it was the Lord who sent me to you, to speak all these things for you to hear.” Jeremiah speaks to the people in the Lord’s name, even as he is threatened with death: “Reform your ways and your deeds; listen to the voice of the Lord your God, so that the Lord will repent of the evil w…
 
O strong and holy apostle, soldier for the Lord Jesus and defender of His Church, you gathered together an army to labor in mission fields, to educate the masses, to serve and die as loyal sons of the Christ and His Pope – teach us this day to follow in the way of Jesus, to meditate on His life and be fruitful in His works. Pray your own sons and a…
 
"God is eternal," and everything else is temporary. That includes the Coronavirus, loss of jobs, relationships, even our homes. None of us want to be tested in losing those vitally important things in our lives. But the Bible assures us that putting our faith in God will help us navigate those stormy waters and come out stronger and better for it. …
 
(Jer.26:1-9; Ps.69:5,8-10,14; Mt.13:54-58) “No prophet is without honor, except in his native place, indeed in his own house.” How consonant are our readings today, speaking all of the persecution the prophet of God must bear in bringing the truth to His people. (Indeed I had thought to refer to the incident in our gospel before having even come to…
 
Today I know you will enjoy the podcast I recorded with my friends as we discussed how to include science in a literary way of learning. So many wonderful resources. We even recorded 2 sessions. Enjoy, take notes and remember, with interesting books to guide curiosity and wonder, there is no need to buy age graded text books. You will be covering m…
 
O you of golden words, of angelic tongue, of sermons refined seven times by the Spirit of God… O how you made present on earth the invisible Creator even as He was made for us in the womb of the Virgin, so tangible had His grace become through the preaching the Lord inspired in your soul – pray we shall indeed be vivified by the eternal grace of Go…
 
This week’s episode with Carlos Whittaker is so empowering. He just released a book called “Enter Wild,” all about moving from safe and boring to living a wild-not-mild faith. He has battled anxiety and shares some of the tools that have helped him overcome it; praying scripture over your life and promises instead of problems. He has become a voice…
 
(Jer.18:1-6; Ps.146:1-6; Mt.13:47-53) “Like clay in the hand of the potter, so are you in my hand, O house of Israel.” “I went down to the potter’s house and there he was, working at the wheel.” According to the Lord’s words Jeremiah goes, and a marvelous sign is provided him. For there in the hands of the potter and in his work, he sees the Lord h…
 
In this episode I am joined by New York Times columnist Ross Douthat to discuss his latest book, The Decadent Society: How We Became the Victims of Our Own Success. Ross’s column appears weekly and he co-hosts the Times Op-Ed podcast, “The Argument.” He previously served as a senior editor at The Atlantic. His other books include Bad Religion: How …
 
CCM legend Rebecca St. James joins the show this week to discuss her brand new EP Dawn, her time away from music, and how God has led her back into creating music for the church following nearly a decade away from her music career. This episode is sponsored by FKA Promise, whose EP titled New Revival is available wherever you stream or purchase mus…
 
Episode 92: Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor (2013) (w/ Special Guest, James Barnes, from the Careful 4 Spoilers Podcast) Originally Aired On: November 23, 2013, as the 50th Anniversary Special. It holds the Guinness World Record for largest simulcast of a TV Drama. Directed by: Nick Hurran Written by: Steven Moffat Score by: Murray Gold Cast: Mat…
 
The time for spoilers has come! In this episode I go through The Last of Us Part II, and breakdown what I did and didn't like in spoilerific detail! There's so much in this game that after recording this episode, I keep thinking of new thing's I should have talked about! Enjoy! Be sure to like Helix Reviews on FaceBook and Subscribe on Apple Podcas…
 
(Jer.15:10,16-21; Ps.59:2-4,10-11,17-18; Mt.13:44-46) “If you repent, so that I restore you, in my presence you shall stand.” The Lord called Jeremiah even from before he was formed in his mother’s womb, but it seems he falls short of fulfilling that call, for the Lord says to His prophet today, “If you bring forth the precious without the vile, yo…
 
Last week, I interviewed Joy about what she remembers as her favorite fiction titles and why she loved these particular heroines. But as she was speaking, I realized that Joy had, to a large degree, embodied the protagonists she was describing. Stories shape the imagination of what our children will become. And I had chosen each book because of the…
 
(Jer.14:17-22; Ps.79:8-9,11,13; Mt.13:36-43) “Remember not against us the iniquities of the past; may your compassion quickly come to us, for we are brought very low.” If the prophet’s “eyes stream with tears day and night, without rest, over the great destruction which overwhelms the virgin daughter of [his] people, over her incurable wound,” how …
 
Pop-O-Holics Weekly Upload (07/27/2020) Brian’s Wacky News Corner: News: Tenet delayed indefinitely (https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/christopher-nolans-tenet-delays-early-august-release-1303231) Bill & Ted Face the Music is being released in theaters and On Demand on September 1st (https://collider.com/bill-and-ted-3-on-demand-release…
 
Educating Others, whether adults, children, women in a Bible study, a book club, whatever the venue, teaching others will change and transform you. When we take on the responsibility of giving others wisdom, truth, knowledge, it forces us to become responsible for our own development, our own academic muscle, our ability to think.…
 
(Jer.13:1-11; Dt.32:18-21; Mt.13:31-35) “You were unmindful of the Rock that begot you. You forgot the God who gave you birth.” So Moses says of the people he led through the desert. So Jeremiah is told of the Lord’s chosen at the time of the Babylonian exile. So it is with those who are deaf to Jesus’ parables. And so we, too, forget the Lord when…
 
Church and Culture engages all aspects of our culture with the aim of discussing “cultural apologetics.” Culture is discussed from a Catholic perspective in order to provide opportunities for Catholics to introduce the faith to others through a book, a movie, a TV show, a piece of music, a political issue, or an artist, among other things. The Chur…
 
Church and Culture engages all aspects of our culture with the aim of discussing “cultural apologetics.” Culture is discussed from a Catholic perspective in order to provide opportunities for Catholics to introduce the faith to others through a book, a movie, a TV show, a piece of music, a political issue, or an artist, among other things. The Chur…
 
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