A quit overview.
All three of us love listening to podcasts. It’s a great way to keep up with current events and ideas while scrubbing the floor or folding laundry–one of the few times I believe multi-tasking is acceptable. Below I have listed a few that I listen to regularly. Please note that just because I listen to them doesn’t mean I agree with everything they say. I choose podcasts that provide me with a variety of content, expand my understanding, and may even challenge my assumptions about things.
Alisa Childers: The Alisa Childers Podcast (https://alisachilders.com/podcast/)
Alisa is a rockstar at apologetics and hosts some very interesting guests while discussing several really intriguing topics in light of biblical truth.
Allie Beth Stuckey: Relatable Podcast (https://alliebethstuckey.com/)
Allie is a firecracker and doesn’t shy away from difficult topics and social issues. She is politically savvy and has a great range of guests.
Jordan B. Peterson: The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast (https://www.jordanbpeterson.com/podcast/)
Dr. Peterson, a somewhat controversial figure, has fascinating and deep conversations about a large array of social and human issues. Be aware this one tends to get deeply philosophical and requires a bit more headspace to process.
Andrew Huberman: The Huberman Lab (https://hubermanlab.com/)
Dr. Huberman is a neuroscientist who discusses a wide range of health topics and biohacking. Super fascinating information about the human body and health.
Henry Cloud: The Boundaries.me Podcast (https://www.boundaries.me/podcast)
Dr. Henry Cloud presents information about setting boundaries, engaging in healthy relationships, and overall health and well-being.
I’m always looking for a few more favorites to add to my list. My decisions on what to listen often depends on my mood! Please share your favorites in the comments below.
Contributed by Liz Hunt