Spotlight On… Podcasts!

From time to time, I try to point others to a particular ministry or resource that I have found to be true to the Word, which is what the “Spotlight On…” series is all about.  This time, I thought I might point y’all to a list of podcasts that, in my opinion, are worthy of adding to your audio teachings.  If you don’t do the podcast thing, you can still download the programs or listen to them streaming at the same sites, so you don’t have to miss out!

So, in no particular order, here they are:

White Horse Inn – Michael Horton and gang discuss biblical teachings and how they interact with a modern world.

Renewing Your Mind – R.C. Sproul teaches in-depth on a different topic or passage every day with incredible insight.

Wretched Radio – Todd Friel discusses modern teachings and goings-on within the professing church.  Heavy emphasis on evangelism, which is good!

Fighting for the Faith – Chris Rosebrough offers a program designed to teach you how to compare sermons and teachings with the written Word to see if they are indeed biblical.  Great program to help you with discernment.

Grace Family Baptist – Voddie Baucham is the pastor of this church and consistently delivers solid, biblical sermons that explain the passage at hand.  Has a gift for keeping biblical truth relevant to real life.

Grace to You – John MacArthur provides expositional preaching/teaching that is solid and well thought out.  No emotional ploys, self-help, or rockstar-pastor antics here!


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