With so many new podcast popping up daily it can be difficult to decide which podcasts you should be investing your time into. Fortunately for Apostolics there are more and more quality podcasts to choose from. In no particular order, here are three Apostolic podcasts that are worth following:
All Things Bible Study is a new podcast that focuses on the home Bible study method for church growth. The podcast is hosted by Pastor Ari Prado (Alameda, Ca) and Pastor Tselot Kifle (Berkley, CA). Episodes are uploaded weekly and average about 45 minutes. The central purpose of their podcast is to encourage others who are using the Bible Study method as a way of growing an Apostolic church. Prado and Kifle highlight some of their successes and mistakes as church planters and provide tips, and insights to help make home Bible studies more effective. If you’re a church planter or someone interested in, or already giving home Bible studies, this podcast should be at the top of your list.
The Cut it Straight Podcast is hosted by N.S. Whitley, the associate pastor of the First Pentecostal Church in Knoxville, TN. The focal point of his podcast is to encourage modern preachers/teachers in their practical ministry. He aims to examine the scriptures and use them to motivate the modern Apostolic preacher to pursue excellence in their ministry. Whitley’s podcasts are for lack of better terms “top-notch,” his subject material is well thought out, theologically sound, and well-articulated. Episodes range from about 15 to 45 minutes, depending on the content.
The Restorationist is hosted by Adam Shaw who is the assistant pastor of Life Point Church in Hamilton Ontario, and current youth president of Ontario UPCI. Shaw’s content is refreshing and relevant. He is concerned with contemporary issues and dealing with them in a Biblical context. What sets his podcast apart are the insightful interviews with some of the more notable pastors and evangelist in the UPCI. The interviews are inspiring, and tend to leave you deeply reflecting on your own purpose. New episodes are uploaded about twice a month with the average podcast lasting about an hour.