I love podcasts! As someone who is a Work-at-Home Mama, I don’t get a lot of human interaction unless I’m hopping on Zoom with someone on my team which is why I love podcasts.
Because I am home full-time, I’m also taking care of the dishes, the dogs, laundry, etc. so podcasts have been an incredible way for me to stay on top of my game while being productive. I’ve learned so much while elbow-deep into dishes and I cannot think of a better way to enjoy those more mundane tasks than with a good show. So here are some of my favorites.
Let’s talk about the podcasts
I would be a big failure if I didn’t mention my own podcast, Milk and Honey. The Milk and Honey show is focused on Christian women who want to step into their calling and purpose from the Lord. Each episode is a thought-provoking conversation with women from all backgrounds, experiences, and walks of life. We discuss topics like identity in Christ, calling and purpose, stepping into spiritual leadership, and more! Join us each week as we share stories and practical insights to help you live authentically in your relationship with the Lord and pursue His plans for your life. Listen to the show here.
I love the Hearing Jesus podcast with Rachael Groll. From Rachael: “The Hearing Jesus Podcast will encourage and equip you to step into the calling God has for your life, living out your faith in the everyday. Together we will break down walls that keep us from growing spiritually. We will dig deep into our Bibles to understand and connect the Scriptures to our lives. We will boldly obey what God calls us to do, walking through doors that only He can open.” Rachael produces new episodes each week! You’ll be thankful you checked it out.
Friend, if you know anything about me you know I love all things The Daily Grace Co. and their podcast is no different. The Daily Grace Co. is focused heavily on theology and Bible studies so I love this podcast as they dive deep into doctrine topics. It feels like I’m sitting on my bestie’s couch just talking about Jesus.
Check out the She Lives Purposefully podcast with Megan Holmes Edmonds. Megan’s podcast is about helping women live with a God-given purpose. As a woman who personally loves to help women in this venture, I definitely recommend checking out Megan’s podcast. You’re going to leave feeling more equipped and ready for action in your divine purpose.
I love this podcast by Paola Soares. But first, she failed is meant for Christian women who are ready to step up as a leader in their careers. Whether you are working on your business or moving up the corporate ladder, Paola has you covered.
The Girl Power Alliance podcast is hosted by the corporate team at Girl Power Alliance. This podcast is meant for Kingdom-impacting women. Women who know they are called to more and are ready to step into their calling. Enjoy interviews from women all over the globe who put Jesus first.
If interviews are your thing, you’ll love Sadie Robertson Huff’s podcast, Whoa that’s good. Sadie, daughter of Duck Dynasty legend, interviews people from all walks of life as they offer up the best advice they have ever received. Definitely worth a listen if you want to compile decades of life lessons into a few minutes a day.
Therapy as a Christian I believe is a much-needed podcast by Roslyn Rene. Mental health is not something people are quick to discuss especially in the Christian community so I love how Roslyn tackles mental health and healing with Christ. Definitely worth a listen.
First of all, I just love Jenna’s artwork here. I truly feel like I’m going to be chilling in her living room on the couch while we catch up. The Joy Filled podcast by Jenna Griffith is meant to be counter-cultural in that it celebrates women enjoying motherhood. Her podcast is meant to help you thrive in the season of being home and caring for your family when the world is trying to tell you to do anything but enjoy this time. Be sure to listen in if you’re in a homemaker season.
Last, but certainly not least, is Pardon The Mess by Cynthia Yanof. This podcast has the messy and difficult conversations about parenting in a fast-paced environment as a Christian. With over 300 episodes, there is definitely something here for every mama to learn.
You are going to be so thankful you stopped to check out these amazing shows by incredible Christian women. I love seeing women step out and do Kingdom work in a way that’s never been available before. No matter how you are looking to grow, these shows have you covered.
If there’s a show you love, comment below so I can check it out!