Podcasts are a great way to take your mind off things, to have a laugh, or to learn about something new, but they’re also great for going deeper into your faith. It can be hard to find time to focus on faith due to busy schedules, but with podcasts, you can get it on the go.
Whether you’re looking to learn more about the Bible, wanting to understand your faith better, or searching for a little more guidance, there’s a podcast out there for you.
Here are some of the best ones to look out for:
Hosted by Pastor John Mark Comer and author Jefferson Bethke, Fight Hustle, End Hurry is a podcast all about slowing down. We’re all taught to hustle and push our bodies to the brink, but it can often negatively affect our spiritual lives.
Duck Dynasty star Sadie Robertson hosts this fun podcast and invites a number of guests to join her to discuss faith, life, and everything in between.
Whether she’s talking to athletes, authors, or faith leaders, Robertson asks every guest “What is the best advice you have ever been given?” This question helps to lead the conversation down a road that is inspiring and uplifting.
Hosts Michelle Higgins, Christina Edmondson, and Ekemini Uwan are Black Christian women who share their thoughts on everything from politics to pop culture. While faith is at the forefront of these conversations, they’re not afraid to tackle a broad spectrum of topics.
This podcast is for people who are looking to understand the Bible a little bit better. The Bible Recap takes listeners through bible verses and discusses them in context.
On this podcast, Jamie Ivey is joined by friends who simply open up about the good, the bad, and the ugly. Listeners will be encouraged by these conversations and feel like they’re just hanging out with a few girlfriends for an hour.
Calling all mothers, this one is for you! Hosts Emily Jensen and Laura Wifler open up about the everyday struggles of being a mom while also keeping the faith.
If you’re a Harry Potter lover, you’re going to love this podcast. Vanessa Zoltan and Casper Kuile dissect the Harry Potter books through a religious lens. They discuss the themes of the book and dive deep into their meanings.