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Podcast Resources

We love podcasts! Podcasts are series of short audio (and sometimes video) programs that you subscribe to like a magazine and then listen to like a radio show—a show for which you choose the "broadcast" time. They're easy to download to your smartphone, laptop, or mp3 player for listening on your commute, while exercising, or anywhere else.

Not only are podcasts a fun and convenient way to keep up with news and entertainment; they're also excellent companions to faith learning and practice outside of church. As with any form of media, they're a mixed bag in terms of general quality and theological perspective. And that's why we now offer podcast curation in the form of reviews and study guides.

We learn about shows even faster than we can review them, but we hope you'll still tell us about your favorites for possible review. And if you're a podcast creator who would like to submit study guides for inclusion here, please let us know.
Pray-as-you-go
Official Website | Review

Daily devotional podcast from Jesuit Media Initiatives. Bells, music, a reading, reflection questions, prayer time. Great for those days when you're out the door in a hurry.

God Complex Radio
Official Website | Review & Study Guides

Twice-monthly(ish) interview show with a progressive, mainline protestant perspective. Important ideas, thoughtful conversation, smart hosts. An adult forum in your pocket.

Revs
Official Website | Review

A down-to-earth clergy couple's perspective(s) on issues of faith, life, and church leadership. Fun conversations and inspiration for living a faithful life.
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About CMT Study Guides
CMT-produced study guides are offered here as free faith formation resources for groups or individuals and are not necessarily endorsed by the podcast creators. Use them to get a quick overview of an episode and as a guide for personal reflection or for leading discussions. See this post from Christian educator Sharon Pearson for more tips on facilitating small group studies.
Top Resources
Prayer: Pray-as-you-go

Daily devotional podcast from Jesuit Media Initiatives. Bells, music, a reading, reflection questions, prayer time. Great for those days when you're out the door in a hurry.

Interviews: God Complex Radio

Twice-monthly(ish) interview show with a progressive, mainline protestant perspective. Important ideas, thoughtful conversation, smart hosts. Like a Sunday-morning adult forum in your pocket.