A few weeks ago I shared some of my favorite crime podcasts. Today I’m back with podcasts I’m loving 2.0, and today’s topic is faith podcasts! If you’re a podcast junkie like me, comment your favorite podcasts below. I’m always looking for new ones to listen to.
The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
Jamie Ivey hosts The Happy Hour, where she has conversations with her friends and other Christian women who are doing amazing things out in the world. There’s everything from businesswomen to reality stars to pastor’s wives and busy moms. I’ve listened to episodes featuring Bachelor stars that I didn’t even know were believers. Jamie is super sweet and has an open and honest conversation with every guest, even if they’ve just met. It’s super encouraging to hear from women who have been in my season of life and how they’ve reached goals or achieved dreams. I always feel optimistic and ready to take on the world after I listen to Jamie’s podcasts.
This isn’t a “true” podcast with hosts and guests. It’s audio from the Life.Church sermons. I love going through these sermons when I need some encouragement or wisdom. Often times I’ll listen to the previous week’s sermon over and over if it really convicts me or speaks to a current trial. I really respect Craig Groeschel and Life.Church–it’s my church!–so I recommend both the podcasts and actually visiting a location for the service. You will be surrounded by passionate people who love God, and that will draw you closer to Him.
The Journeywomen Podcast
Hunter Beless hosts a podcast much like The Happy Hour. She brings in friends new and old to talk about their walks with Christ. Her podcasts are more topical, covering things like relationships, community and fear. You get a lot of different perspectives from men and women about these topics, which makes it educational as well as inspirational. You can tell Beless is definitely a relational person, and she frequently speaks about her struggles and the emotions that come with Jesus changing you from the inside out. She is an open book, and she will encourage you to look inwardly and open up to yourself and Christ.
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Holly Hoehner has her bachelor’s degree in public relations from the University of Oklahoma. She considers herself more of a Russell Westbrook than a Kevin Durant and enjoys learning about and participating in the digital age, blogging about anything that comes to her mind and creating witty Instagram captions. Holly was raised a die-hard Sooner fan in Edmond, OK.