Listening to podcasts is an important part of my lifelong learning strategy. I listen to podcasts while I cut the grass, walk the dog, do the laundry, drive to work and any other opportunity that I get. I find it makes tasks that are not so fun to be more enjoyable.
I have purposely designed my podcast playlist to cover a number of different subjects. They help me to have much wider range of knowledge than I would normally have.
Here are the twenty-four podcasts that I’m currently subscribed to. The links will take you to their iTunes pages. They are ranked in alphabetic order and not according to my preferences.
- Andy Stanley Leadership Podcast
- The British History Podcast
- The Carey Nieuhof Leadership Podcast
- The ChurchLeaders Podcast
- Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History
- The Heritage Podcast
- The History of Egypt Podcast
- History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps
- History of the Crusades
- The History of WWII Podcast
- Kingdom Roots With Scot McKnight
- Mind Matters
- The Paulcast
- Philosophy Bites
- ProBlogger Podcast
- Rainer on Leadership
- Reasonable Faith Podcast
- Theology in the Raw
- Theology on Mission
- Timothy Keller Sermons Podcast
- Word Matters
- 5 Leadership Questions
- 200churches Podcast
Although those are the twenty-four I subscribe to, I would like to recommend two more.
History of Rome Podcast – The only reason I don’t listen to it anymore is that I have listened to every episode. It is one of the best podcasts I have listened to and has inspired many of the history podcasts that I currently listen to.
Hope’s Reason: A Podcast of Discipleship – This is my podcast and I couldn’t leave it out. It includes episodes on a number of topics related to apologetics, theology and leadership, as well as my sermons.