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Communicators’ Three Most Loved Church Leadership Podcasts

If you’re trying to learn more about church leadership, podcasts are often the best way to go.

At most, churches see podcasts as a chance to build a closer relationship to their congregation and even other people who can be their audience. It’s a chance to discuss topics in more depth and give insight to everyday experiences.

Here are three church leadership podcasts that we recommend:

Craig Groeschel

Life.Church‘s mission is to lead people to become entirely devoted followers of Christ. That’s how we’re able to make a difference, and it’s the driving force behind everything we do.

Their podcast with Craig Groeschel is all about understanding leadership and life in general. Craig allows people on the show to share their experiences and ask questions openly.

Carey Nieuwhof

Carey Nieuwhof is one of the most talked-about church leaders as his podcast content varies from entrepreneurship to ministry. He designs his podcast to seem like backstage access into the lives of people who lead extraordinarily well. Nieuwhof sees his podcast as a guide to help church communicators lead better.

Pro Church

Brady Shearer hosts the Pro Church Podcast. Within each session, the audience finds Brady interviewing a guest who works in the trenches of church and ministry. The podcast mostly contain tips and insights to get better results in better church media.

 

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