lesser known shows that deserve some love

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Creation Date November 28th, 2019
Updated Date Updated May 7th, 2020
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Podcast Movement asked about lesser-known shows that we feel deserve some love. Here's my list.
  1. This isn't for the big shots. This isn't for the worship leader with a record deal. This is for you - the guy or girl leading worship in the local church and doing your very best to bring God glory.
  2. Dedicated to wrestling with questions of faith, religion, and theology that arise in comic books and other pop culture media. Occasionally irreverent, rarely sacrilegious.
  3. The Jude 3 Project is helping you know what you believe and why you believe it.
  4. More Than a Song is a weekly podcast dedicated to helping you discover the truth of Scripture hidden in today's popular Christian music. Each episode teaches you to connect portions of God's Word with the songs you are singing along with on the radio; to help you meditate on Truths that will transform your way of thinking and ultimately your life.
  5. Pass The Mic is the premier podcast of The Witness – A Black Christian Collective. Tune in every week for engaging discussions and high profile interviews addressing the core concerns of African Americans biblically. Learn more at TheWitnessBCC.com
  6. A newly re-started conversation about the search for, and celebration of, the good, the true, and the beautiful in music and culture, wherever it can be found. Listen in as founder, author, and music industry vet John J. Thompson stirs the pot with artists, producers, songwriters, and music industry leaders, in search of fresh vision and helpful information for artists and fans.
  7. In quick and dirty 20-25 minute episodes, Preston takes a fresh look at what the Bible really says, as he challenges opinions and traditions--yes, even his own. Homosexuality, sex, porn, drinking, immigration, racial tensions, violence, ISIS, Trump, guns, patriotism, you name it. If it's of interest, you can expect Preston to address it. Think of it as theology for the rest of us. If you have any questions you'd like him to address on the show, email them to chris@prestonsprinkle.com. Hate mail and tirades will be discarded or mocked.
  8. Founders of the legendary Christian hip-hop group, The Cross Movement, John Wells - The Tonic and William "The Ambassador" Branch are Uncle Johnny & The Professor. @JohnWells22 (IG) / @JohnWellsTonic (FB,Tw) + @ambassador215 = @unclexprofessor | #UncleJohnnyAndTheProfessor
  9. Joshua Stump and Jay Newman grapple with their cynicism towards Church and Christian culture and try to find solutions.
  10. Welcome to the Ferment Podcast - Conversations about Worship and Transformation. In this wide ranging podcast our host Adam Russell sits down with thought leaders, creatives, entrepreneurs, and other innovators digging into their personal stories of spiritual transformation. Current roster of guests include John Mark McMillan, Audrey Assad, David Ruis, James Duke, Carol Wimber-Wong, and many others.
  11. What happens when musicians talk about the things that hurt, heal and change us in Evangelical culture? The pod that talks everything from faith and mental health, to creativity and the music industry. Consider us your weekly coffee date. BetweenYouAndMePod.com Follow us online @betweenyoumepod and @jesuswired. *All eps copyright Jessica Morris Media & Communications 2019 * End boring jargon*
  12. Music is more than just melodies and random words: it has the ability to share emotion, toconnect creators and listeners, to spark life change. With this podcast from The Overflow, hostJosh McCabe sits down with artist guests to get real about the stories Beyond The Music.Coming from a personal background of pastoral work and music ministry, Josh hosts thepodcast in the form of honest conversations. In these 30-60 minute bi-weekly episodes, BeyondThe Music guests talk about faith, art, their life stories, and their struggles. You’ll get a taste ofsome of the best new music releasing now— but more importantly, you’ll get to know thesongwriters behind it.Some of the guests who have featured on The Overflow: Beyond The Music podcast includeJohn Cooper (Skillet), Mike Donehey (Tenth Avenue North), Trevor McNevan (Thousand FootKrutch) and Brian Johnson (Bethel Music). Beyond The Music is available onApple Music, Spotify, Google Play, YouTube, and at our official website. For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy
  13. “Midwives of culture for grace and truth.” Welcome to Truth’s Table with Michelle Higgins, Christina Edmondson, and Ekemini Uwan. We are Black Christian women who love truth and seek it out wherever it leads us. We will share our perspectives on race, politics, gender, current events, and pop culture that are filtered through our Christian faith. So pull up a chair and have a seat at the table with us. Learn more at TruthsTable.com
  14. Having conversations with people that have varying opinions on Jesus. Bay Area, California. Hosted by Daniel Kunkel and Produced by Scott Bolin.
  15. Indie Christian Music Podcast, est 2016 Folk / Hip-hop / Singer-songwriter / Alternative / Metal & hardcore / Electronic / Ambient Perth, Western Australia. Co-hosts: Joel Bruning & Chris Steenhof
  16. News comes at you fast. It’s not just hard to keep up with everything that’s happening, sometimes you don’t know which voices to trust to help you interpret what’s going on. That’s where Footnotes comes in. Jemar curates the week’s current events with a focus on issues related to black communities, justice, and politics. He’ll also offer commentary from a black Christian perspective to help you think through complex issues. Footnotes adds the details you need to be an informed citizen, activist and believer.
  17. Join VeggieTales and What's in the Bible? creator Phil Vischer and co-host Skye Jethani (author, speaker, pastor) for a fast-paced and often funny conversation about pop culture, media, theology, and the fun, fun, fun of living a thoughtful Christian life in an increasingly post-Christian culture.
  18. An Inside Look at the Books Transforming Our Lives and Shaping the World. How can we develop discernment in an age of information overload? Or follow Jesus faithfully in a post-Christian culture? These are just a couple of the questions host Drew Dyck and guest host Hannah Anderson explore as they talk with authors about the books that are transforming our lives and shaping the world. Understand the times, grow spiritually, and impact the culture.
  19. We help you find the most well-crafted faith-inspired music being made today. You want honest, artistic, non-cheesy, soul-enriching music? Host Dave Trout curates the artists and songs that will help you rediscover your soul-connection to music.
  20. Good art - especially independent art - doesn't just happen. Host Garret Godfrey explores some of the best ways we all can be more supportive of faith-based independent music, including interviews and the latest crowdfunding campaigns.
  21. It's been said that Christian music sucks. The Antidote dispels that myth as we explore the artistry of Christian bands. Listen to in-depth interviews and music from these faith-based bands. For unique and innovative music ranging from metalcore to indie folk, you'll hear it all on The Antidote with Dave Hawkins.
  22. Voices In My Head is the official podcast for Christian singer, songwriter, and speaker Rick Lee James. Rick Lee James is a worship leader, singer and songwriter, speaker, author, and Podcast host with over two decades of experience in ministry. Over the years Rick has used music to share the gospel in numerous venues from the National Worship Leader Conference to the world famous Ryman Auditorium. As host of the podcast “Voices In My Head”, Rick has worked with Jason Gray, Andrew Peterson, Sara Groves, Paul Baloche, All Sons and Daughters, Michael Card, Brian Zahnd, Tripp York, Brothers McClurg, Brett McCracken, Ian Morgan Cron, Steven Tobolowsky, Walter Brueggemann and many more. In 2013, Rick released his first live album of original songs called, Basement Psalms Live. The following year, Rick authored and released the book, Out of the Depths: A Songwriter’s Journey Through the Psalms. The book has since been usedas a textbook by National Praise and Worship Institute’s Psalms survey course at Trevecca Nazarene University. Rick has written for Worship Leader Magazine, Holiness Today, The Table, WorshipLife.com, and was a contributing writer for the book, Renovating Holiness, an exploration of holiness through the eyes of Xers and Millennial leaders in the church of the Nazarene. Rick’s album, ‘Hymns, Prayers, and Invitations’, published through Lifeway Worship, has garnered critical praise and features in CCMMagazine.com, CCLI.com, Worship Leader Magazine and more, receiving national radio play from syndicated shows including “Under The Radar” and “Things Not Seen”. In late 2018, Rick’s song, “Advent Hymn”, became a radio hit charting at #1 on Christian Radio Weekly’s add charts for seven straight weeks in a row. The song has been played on over 692 radio outlets in the USA, CANADA and the UK. Advent hymn was also a finalist in the 2018 Great American Song Contest, among 1900 other entries. Rick’s latest project, “Thunder”, features 13 tracks, including the never before published song, Thunder, written by the legendary Rich Mullins. THUNDER released on February 8th, 2019 on Vinyl, CD, and streaming. The album has received much critical praise and has received a lot of attention on major Christians outlets like New Release Today, Relevant, CCM Magazine, Hallels.com, and more.
  23. The gospel led them into disruption. They told the truth, and the truth set the world on edge. Each episode of The Disrupters focuses on a specific disruption—a break, interruption, or disturbance—in the church, and how each guest is taking part in that disruption. The Disruptors is hosted by Esau McCaulley and features a series of disruptive conversations with Sho Baraka, Tish Harrison Warren, Jemar Tisby, N.T. Wright, Sheila Wise Rowe, Dominique DuBois Gilliard, and more. The Disrupters: Change What Is is produced by CT Creative Studio in partnership with InterVarsity Press. 
  24. Seminary Dropout- It’s not full on academia like in seminary, but that’s not to say that theology nerds won’t like it as well, because it’s not Youth Camp either. There’s no Greek or Hebrew translation home work, but there are also no trust falls. There will be fun, insightful, personal, thoughtful and engaging interviews with Christian leaders, thinkers, bloggers, authors and theologians.

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