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Search engine for podcasts

  • Listennotes.com is a search engine for podcasts. You can look for your favourite authors, preachers, book titles, topics. Recommends by Christian Bender.

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Church and church planting

  • Lifeschool Podcast by Caesar Kalinowski. Recommended by Christian Bender. “In the Lifeschool Podcast we’ll show you (in about 25 minutes per episode) how the good news of the Gospel, and our Christian faith, can naturally and confidently be woven into any and every area of life. Each episode is pretty fast-paced, and even though it’s serious stuff, it can be funny too. We always wrap up with clear action steps for you to take away in the “Big Three”.

Missions and ministry

  • Global Missions Podcast > Produced by SEND Canada and the Jaffray Centre for Global Initiatives. Hosted by Rob Magwood (Mags), SEND Canada Director. A show for Christ-followers who want to participate more effectively in God's work both at home and to the ends of the earth.
  • Missio Nexus > Missio Nexus has 2 different podcasts available. Instructions for logging into the members only podcast are found on the Missio Nexus website.
    1. Interviews on various mission topics by Ted Esler, president of Missio Nexus are available to all. Published every month.
    2. Members only podcasts are available to all SEND members since SEND is a member of Missio Nexus. These podcasts include the audio portion of webinars, author interviews and special recordings of select events.
  • The Disciple Maker's Podcast > The Disciple Maker’s Podcast exists to tell stories about disciples of Jesus who are effectively making disciples in North America (and beyond)

Partner Development (support-raising)

  • Support-raising Solutions > Whether you are just starting out or a seasoned veteran, we’re devoted to bringing you thoughtful content through practical tips and real life stories to help you on your support raising journey. This is the organization where Steve Shadrach works. His book, “The God Ask” is highly recommended.

Bible, theology, apologetics

Language Learning

Yes, podcasts can help you with language learning. Some podcasts are designed for language learners and use simple vocabulary. Some actually will speak slowly! Most podcast players will also allow you to slow down the podcast play speed, and repeat sections easily, so that also helps you catch things you missed at normal conversation speed. Podcasts can expand your comprehension of topics and vocabulary in areas which your friends and language helpers might not use.

Leadership

  • The Global Leadership Summit > In this twice-monthly podcast, you will learn from the world’s top leadership experts as they share insight on topics such as self-leadership, vision and organizational growth. With fresh, actionable and inspiring content, the GLS Podcast is the perfect resource for leaders on-the-go. Ken Guenther highly recommends this podcast.
  • Strengthening the Soul of your Leadership. This weekly podcast is hosted by Ruth Hayley Barton and is an excellent challenge to leaders to keep first things first and to build their leadership along with personal transformation. From their podcast description: “In each 30-minute episode you will discover how forging and maintaining a life-giving connection with God in the midst of leading is the best thing you bring to your leadership.”
  • 5 Leadership Questions. Co-hosts Todd Adkins and Daniel Im,will provide you with practical leadership takeaways that you can implement this week. In each episode, they ask five questions to different guests, on a particular topic, or on a book.

News

  • The Briefing > a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview by Dr. Al Mohler, president of Southern Seminary. Highly recommended by a number of SEND leaders.
  • NPR News Now > The latest news in five minutes. Updated hourly.

History

  • The History of Byzantium > a highly recommended podcast telling the story of the Roman Empire from 476 AD to 1453. Very helpful in understanding Eastern Orthodoxy.
  • Revisionist History This is a podcast by Malcolm Gladwell, author of excellent books like David and Goliath and Outliers. Each week covers things from the past that have been overlooked or misunderstood. Challenging and enlightening, the tag line reads “Because sometimes the past deserves a second glance.”

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