Fervor Summer Listening: Our Favorite Podcasts
The sun is hot, the days are long and there’s no better season to dive into something new! Looking for some summer listening? Here are some new favorite podcasts that Fervor creatives are digging these days — and they’ve all made us think, smile, reflect and learn.
This popular weekly public radio show makes us all better storytellers. Each week, the radio show tackles a theme — summer camp, the power of the human mind, public school integration, you name it — and tells narrative-style vignettes with conviction and grace. Every episode leaves us with a little more appreciation for the power of a good story.
Journalist and broadcaster Dan Carlin explores on different topics in history, approaching each one in a dramatic, masterful way. He’s tackled everything from Alexander the Great and Adolf Hitler to the world wars and the Persian empire. This podcast makes history relevant, meaningful and captivating.
Where art, faith and science intersect, you’ll find The Liturgists. Full of honest conversation, experts in their fields meet each week to discuss topics including humor, spiritual trauma, church unity and more. The Liturgists attracts not only many Christian listeners, but also the religiously unaffiliated. And it takes a gracious tone when addressing even the most controversial topics.
Invisibilia (that’s Latin for “invisible things”) looks at the unseen but significant forces that shape our lives. The podcast integrates human narratives with intriguing brain science and helps us explore new perspectives. Topics include everything from emotions and problem-solving to fear and expectations.
This Peabody Award-winning podcast invites listeners into a conversation about what it means to be human and how we want to live. Krista Tippet’s diverse guest list (Martin Sheen, Glenn Beck, Yo-Yo Ma and Eugene Peterson, to name a few), paired with unique topics, makes every episode thought-provoking.