My Top Apostolic Podcasts To Follow

Just last year I started my podcast (The Hacka Podcast) and since I am an Apostolic Pentecostal, my content naturally gravitated in that direction. When I first started it, I was under the assumption that there weren’t many Apostolic podcasts, but just like when you purchase a new car and start seeing that model everywhere, I began discovering a number of other great podcasts.

I am often asked about other podcasts I recommend, so I decided to put together this list of Apostolic podcasts that I follow and listen to frequently. They are not listed in any particular order and I definitely recommend all of them, if you are looking for some good content to listen to. One of the qualifiers for being on this list is that the podcast has to be current and updated regularly.


Apostolic Voice with Ryan French

Apostolic Voice is a well put together podcast by Ryan French where he covers biblical topics of interest, ministry, Christian living, and practical insights. Along with his unique perspective, he also has interesting guests on the show including a few shows with his dad, Talmadge French.


The Restorationist

This is the podcast that inspired me to start my own. Adam Shaw does a wonderful job of talking about cultural issues that impact how a 21st Century Apostolic should lead and reach this world for Jesus. This is a must listen to podcast, in my opinion. You can learn more about it by listening to my conversation with Adam on The Hacka Podcast.


That Will Preach

I actually discovered this podcast through the Apostolic Voice when Ryan had Jeremy Mills on as a guest. This is a short podcast where Jeremy shares a weekly sermon thought, poem, illustration, or a practical source of sermon ideas. Along with that, he has guests on where they talk about preaching.


The Missions Table

The Missions Table is hosted by Nathan Harrod, a Missionary to Spain, along with two other members of his team in Spain. This is a Global Missions focused podcast and the idea is to share stories about missions by talking to missionaries from all over the world. It is truly inspiring!


Noteworthy with Nathan French

Noteworthy is the younger French brother’s podcast. He is half of Nathan + Rachel, the Apostolic singing duo, so many of his interviews involve music artists but not all of them – he has had Wayne Huntley, Landon Gore and others on.


Apostolic Life in the 21st Century

Apostolic Life is a weekly podcast that features Dr. David K. Bernard, where he takes 10-15 minutes and addresses important issues facing Apostolics in the 21st Century. He has tackled everything from Critical Race Theory to what the Bible says about transgenderism to the scriptural support for baptism in Jesus name. It is a great podcast!


Kingdom Speak with Pastor Daniel McKillop

This is one of the OG Apostolic podcasts. They are from Canada and feature primarily Pastor Daniel McKillop. They are one of the few podcasts in this genre that has a video podcast as well and it is very good (you can find it on YouTube). They have a very good setup with great content put out each week.


Youth Ministries Podcast

This is the podcast of UPCI Youth Ministries which has recently become hosted by Adam Shaw. Obviously the content is geared toward youth leaders but many of the subjects can apply to those who operate outside youth ministry.


Simplify

Simplify is a weekly devotional podcast by LJ Harry. All of the episodes are roughly 10 minutes long and they are incredibly well written. LJ is a master story teller and you will enjoy his unique insight.


So that is my list of Apostolic podcasts to follow. Did I miss any? Feel free to let me know in the comments below. With the growth of podcasts in general, and Apostolic podcasts in particular, I’m sure this list might look a little different next year.

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