Favorite Podcasts for Christian Men

Favorite Podcasts for Christian Men

My husband got into listening to podcasts as a powder coat technician, working 10 hour shifts daily.  He was allowed to listen to whatever he liked on his iPod during his shifts.  While most of his colleagues were listening to secular music or sports news, my husband had found that this was a great way for him to insert a bit of spiritual meat into his life as well as keep up on current news from a Christian worldview. Maybe your husband doesn’t have the ability to listen during work hours, but  could on his commute, during his workout, or maybe as a break from television you could both listen together. I have found that listening to some of these myself during the days has made for some good conversation between my husband and I later. It gives us something other than the kids to talk about.

Not all of these podcasts are theologically deep, and some are meant to bring more laughs, but my husband coming from a ministerial background does attempt to stick with those that are reformed theologically and overall solid doctrinally.

They might not all be to your taste, but I hope you are able to find one or a few that adds some growth to your day, and a healthy dose of humor as well.

Christian Podcasts:

The ESV Chronological Bible Podcast

Sermon Audio from Voddie Baucham

Paul Washer and HeartCry Ministries on iTunes

Sermon Audio Ligon Duncan

The Briefing – Albert Mohler

Thinking in Public – Albert Mohler

The Dividing Line – James White

The Confessing Baptist

Unbelievable

Apologia Radio

Bible Thumping Wingnut

Together for the Gospel

Reformed Theological Seminary Course Lectures on iTunes U

Non-Christian Podcasts for Entertainment and Education:

Serial hosted by Sarah Koenig

Hardcore history by Dan Carlin

Common Sense by Dan Carlin

 What are your favorite podcasts to listen to?

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Lindsey S

Lindsey is a stay at home, work from home mom to six children eight years and younger. She homeschools and enjoys large family living. When Lindsey is not changing diapers, cleaning, and cooking meals in her awesome Instant Pot, she is DIY-ing her way around the house. Where she loves learning new skills, her heart is in sharing with other women the message of the Gospel and showing them how to instill those truths in the hearts of their children.

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4 thoughts on “Favorite Podcasts for Christian Men”

  1. Thanks for list of podcasts.

    It is good to think about things that are good and true. What better way then to plug it right in your ear and block out the noise.

  2. I love podcasts, too! My husband gave me his first iPod in 2011 when he upgraded and I have enjoyed the learning and fun it brings me ever since. My favorite right now (beside the School of Podcasting) is the Dividing Line; I just wish Dr. White would put out more content. 😀
    The most practical preacher I enjoy is James MacDonald, whom I get the feeling leans a little Calvinist. He’s not Reformed, but hits home with me as a more developed believer like few pastors I’ve ever heard.
    There is also a small but interesting group of Young Earth Creationists with shows. I’ll send you to my own article recommending them if you don’t mind, it will save room:
    http://creationscience4kids.com/creation-podcasts/

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