3 New Podcasts I Highly Recommend
I'm a big fan of podcasts and have loved a few new ones that have hit the scene, so I'm sharing them with you today! One is admittedly a shameless plug... don't worry about it.
The Red Couch with Propaganda and Alma
This podcast is legit. Propaganda (a Black man) and his wife, Dr. Alma Zaragoza-Petty (a Latina woman) thrown down some MAJOR truth here, never shying away from hard-hitting news or controversial topics, and dialoging openly and intelligently about all the things. They talk about "woke news" and "what's in your heart" and current events and marriage and parenthood... and more!
I learn a LOT every episode, I laugh every time, I feel convicted every time, and I enjoy every minute of it.
The Shauna Niequist Podcast
I have long loved Shauna's books and blog and just who she is, so I was really excited to see her start a new podcast. I've heard her on the Relevant podcast and always appreciate her voice, and this is a fun show focused on conversations (so far) with other folks primarily in the Christian space, with an emphasis on reading and eating -- two good things. These episodes feel like fun coffee dates with girlfriends, and I always love getting new book recommendations and recipes, so it's been delightful to listen so far.
Inside the Editors' Room
This is 100% a shameless plug, because I'm on this podcast. But anyway... Four of the editors on the team at Salem Web Network (myself included) sit down once a week to share thoughts on things trending in our online world, and to talk about things related to life and faith and such. It's a little bit of everything, but I like to think the conversations between the four of us are interesting! We also have interviews with guests in our longer episodes -- we've interviewed some awesome people like Barnabas Piper, Kyle Idleman, Lydia Brownback, Jaquelle Crowe, and more, and my interview with the She Reads Truth ladies will be in an episode coming soon! Let me know what you think-- we're just getting started and we're really open to feedback!