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The Most Positive Podcasts for Christian Moms
Mommin ain’t easy. It helps when we have a community to help us get through the day, but it isn’t always possible to have your mom friends by your side 24/7. I love listening to Podcasts to get me through the day and encourage me on days when being a mom, a wife and an employee don’t always feel easy.
If you are looking for additional Podcasts to try, or just starting to fill your library, I wanted to share a few of my favorite Podcasts for Christian Moms.
This podcast focuses on everything from Bible Studies to Birthday Party Planning to Mom Bods all with a Christian heart behind it. Each episode is only about 25 minutes so you can catch up after bedtime or on your commute!
This podcast is hosted by Susie Davis and it almost feels like if one of my mom’s friends was sitting down to give me great advice on motherhood, marriage and faith. Susie has lots of guests on her show so you get variety, and she has lots of wisdom to share on top of that.
If I could pick one person to be my best friend, it would be Melanie Shankle. She is a great writer (check out her new book Church of the Small Things, it is hysterical) and super down to earth. Show co-host Sophie Hudson is also wonderful. If you want to feel like you are talking about everyday stuff with your best friends, this is the podcast for you.
Just as the name implies, this podcast is fun. Annie isn’t a mom, but she brings guests on her show all the time so there is something for everyone and you get to hear from tons of different people with unique stories. And they all sound fun.
Megan Tietz heads up this actually awesome podcast which is best described as a lifestyle blog in podcast form. Megan is sassy and encouraging and you always come away with something new to try. The episodes are a little longer at about an hour average, so it might be great to take with you on your run (or walk – because I don’t run).
Kim Anderson is just like your neighbor down the street who knows all the best things to put some pep in your step as you go about your day. She has a broad range of topics, but there are always some great tips on how to do fun things without spending tons of money!
This is not a “mom focused” podcast, but I get so much out of each episode and it really does prepare me to face our world in a Christ Centered way. There are a lot of questions that I have about the way our world works and how Christians should approach secular topics and this podcast tackles those questions head on.
Our kids (or friends) will ask us about these things sometime and we best be prepared!
What are some of your favorite podcasts to listen to? Share your recommendations in the comments below and I can add them to the list!
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