Launch!Faith Formation - is a series of short videos and curated resources to support and equip ministry leaders for the important work that God calls us to - the work of growing in love of God and neighbor for the transformation of today's world.
At first I made SoundCarrot.com for my kids - mostly to resolve the frustration my daughter experienced with mainstream podcast apps and the lack of easily discoverable age appropriate content - now I write the code and they act as curators, with nothing added without their say so.
More than Food - is a podcast designed to go along with the “Global Farm Challenge To-Go Card Game,” a game your group can play anywhere. In the game, players follow stories of smallholder farmers and farmworkers and learn about the challenges and opportunities farmers face. Each of the stories in the game is based on real stories of neighbors involved in the projects supported by ELCA World Hunger and the Global Farm Challenge. In the podcast, we will dive into these stories and learn more about the projects and the communities involved.
Contemplating Now was born from Cassidy Hall's contemplative practice, research, deconstruction, and desire to learn from those who embody the fullness of contemplation by way of reflection and action. She hosts conversations with scholars, mystics, and activists, exploring the undeniable intersection of contemplative spirituality and social justice.
Bold Cafe - a podcast of Women of the ELCA with a collection of Podcasts for young adult women who want to build Community, participate in Advocacy, strengthen Faith, and strive toward Enlightenment.
Bible Worm - A Rabbi and a Pastor walk into a podcast... and discuss the Narrative Lectionary every week. Great insights!
Thoughtcast: A short podcast with Pastors Tim and Jason where preachers figure out their sermons together. The calm before the (brain)storm, if you like.
Love Period with Jacqui Lewis - Do you yearn for a new vision of Christianity — one with love and justice at the core of its practice? Rev. Jacqui animates a renewed faith for our times in her new podcast Love Period. Writer, scholar, activist, and leader of a radically accepting congregation in New York City, Rev. Jacqui brings her devotion, clarity, and energy to this conversational podcast.
Madang - A traditional characteristic of a Korean home, the madang is like an outdoor family room where friends and strangers alike gather to engage in conversation, debate, and celebration. The hope of the Madang podcast is to establish a network of virtual madangs, welcoming an array of guests to freely talk about their lives, their understandings of God, and their opinions on modern issues in religion and culture, to incite greater compassion, humanity, and justice in the world.
Lady Preacher Podcast - hosted by UCC pastor Kelsey Beebe, MFA Dance (Pronouns: she/her)
Chapter, Verse, and Season: A Lectionary Podcast from Yale Bible Study - “Chapter, Verse, and Season” gives listeners the opportunity to overhear the kinds of conversations that take place in the halls of Yale Divinity School. Each week, professors from different theological disciplines chat about biblical texts from the Revised Common Lectionary. They bring their own interests to the table and hopefully spark new insights into the scripture appointed for each Sunday.
The Jesus Storybook Bible Podcast - by Sally Lloyd Jones
A place where guests share stories of how God’s Love has changed their lives
Truth's Table - by Black women and for Black women, tackling politics, race, culture and gender issues through a Christian lens
Parenting Forward - Many parents grew up with religious experiences that negatively impacted them on a spectrum of religious trauma. I know I did, and it sort of freaked me out when I became a parent and didn't know how to raise my kids with healthy spirituality because I didn't have a great model. Hi, my name is Cindy Wang Brandt, and I help parents unpack and heal from their religious trauma so they can raise children with healthy spirituality.
Hope and Joy: Bedtime Bible Meditations for Children - A meditative evening podcast for children ages 5-12 years-old and the whole family. Each week explores a spiritual theme - what does it mean to children? what does the Bible say about it? - and ends with a meditation and evening prayer that encourages children to relax into sleep surrounded by God's love. Written and produced by Joyce Chanay and Hope Newhouse, Sunday School parents and parishioners of The American Cathedral in Paris. Featuring music by the Choirs of The American Cathedral in Paris.
Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls- a fairy tale audio adventure about extraordinary real-life women throughout history. Based on the bestselling book series, episodes are narrated by renowned innovators, creators, leaders, and champions of the Rebel Girls community. Tune in to experience an inspiring spectrum of female excellence.
WhoSmarted? - Designed to teach more than just facts and figures - but also critical thinking skills. Each bite-size episode is only 12 minutes long, perfect for kid-sized attention spans. But just enough time for them to learn and give Mom & Dad a little break.
Evolving Faith - Welcome home, questioner and doubter. Question-asker, status-quo upender, church kid, bible nerd, rebel, yes, you. You wonderer, spiritual refugee, weary one, idealistic cynic and disappointed disciple. Hello, we see you.
Being Here is a podcast that explores real world issues and topics important to professionals in the faith community. Hosted by the Rev. Melissa Pohlman, Being Here invites us to learn together, listen to each other, grow together, and move forward together — stronger, more resilient as a unique community.
Kitchen Meditations -Reflections on cooking to help you taste God’s goodness in each bite. Baker and writer Kendall Vanderslice (author of We Will Feast: Rethinking Dinner, Worship, and the Community of God) understands the complexity of food—as well as the ways God meets us in the kitchen and at the table. Through these reflections on the mundane tasks that shape our daily lives, along with cooking tips and prayers for sacred, ordinary moments, you'll taste a bit of God's hope and healing every time you eat.
Faith Talk—Conversations that Matter - from Living Word Lutheran Church in Katy, Texas. It highlights Living Word’s global, synodical and local partnerships…exploring what God is doing through our community and our partners.
In Search Of - hosted by Amy Frykholm from the Christian Century, A podcast about searching but not always finding.
Faith+Lead from Luther Seminary - Eight unique podcasts come out of Luther Seminary. Check them out!
Welcome to Disrupting Ministry, a podcast from the Institute for Youth Ministry at Princeton Theological Seminary. We bring you stories of faith communities who are disrupting the status quo in the church by developing innovative forms of ministry with young people.
The Confessional - Nadia Bolz-Weber is an ordained Lutheran Pastor, founder of House for All Sinners & Saints in Denver, Co, the creator and host of The Confessional and the author of three NYT bestselling memoirs: Pastrix; The Cranky, Beautiful Faith Of A Sinner & Saint (2013 and re-released in 2021), Accidental Saints; Finding God In All The Wrong People (2015) and SHAMELESS; A Sexual Reformation (2019).
Occasionally, Executive Director Don Johnson will produce a podcast on relevant information for Lutheran Outdoor Ministries.
From Luther Seminary comes the Pivot podcast which provides lessons and stories from church leaders who are igniting imagination, creating collaborations, launching experiments, and dreaming of new possibilities for God’s church. It focuses on two questions: How might we use the uncertainty and disruption of this time to reimagine church, ministry, and leadership? And how might the Christian faith be a resource for making spiritual sense of current realities and leaning into the future that is emerging?
Get in the Word: Culture for Grace and Truth - Want to experience the entire Bible in just fifteen minutes a day for one year? Listen in as Truth's Table co-hosts Christina Edmondson and Ekemini Uwan narrate Scripture and offer thoughtful prayers in this daily Bible reading podcast.
aijcast - a podcast featuring conversations and performances at the intersection of art, inspiration, and justice
“Callings” explores what it means to live a life defined by a sense of meaning and purpose. It focuses on the process of exploring and discerning one’s vocation, with particular emphasis on mentoring and supporting undergraduate students as they navigate college, career, and a life-well lived.