Podcasts

The Great Plains Conference publishes podcasts on a variety of subjects to tell the story of disciples of Jesus Christ in Kansas, Nebraska and beyond. If you or your church publishes a podcasts, please let us know so we can consider linking to it from this page. Contact Todd Seifert, communications director, at tseifert@greatplainsumc.org.

 

David Burke, conference content specialist, hosts this monthly podcast that features one-on-one interviews with those making a difference in the two-state area and beyond through their ministries and outreach. Click the logo or here to listen.

 

Todd Seifert, conference communications director, hosts this podcast that features a story about discipleship in the Great Plains Conference one week of the month. Other weeks, he reflects on scripture as a way of sharing a devotion and thoughts on the Bible with people who either haven't read the Bible, are confused by the Bible or who just want a refresher. Click the logo above or here to listen.

 

This podcast shares the audio from the conference's monthly "Harvesting the Great Plains" webcast. This show, hosted by Jayna McFarland, the conference social media and website specialist, features stories about discipleship in Kansas and Nebraska, along with stories that educate, inform and entertain. Click the logo or here to listen.


More Podcasts We Enjoy

Check out these other podcasts from ministries throughout the Great Plains Conference. Click the name and/or logo (when provided) to listen.

Counterbalance — This podcast is a recording of a weekly radio show hosted by the Rev. Dr. Richard Randolph and Pastor Beth Menhusen from Christ United Methodist Church in Lincoln. The show, which airs on KZUM 89.3 FM radio in Lincoln, Nebraska, gives a progressive Christian perspective on topics of our times.
 

 

Neighbor Next Door — Hosted by Matthew Johnson and the Rev. Adam Barlow-Thompson — co-founders of the Neighboring Movement — this podcast brings a joy-filled approach to learning about and practicing good neighboring.

 

 

Church of the Resurrection Sermons — This podcast is a recording of the weekly sermon from the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection's Leawood, Kansas, campus. It typically features sermon series provided by the Rev. Adam Hamilton.

 

 

The Listening Chair — This podcast hosted by Meg Calvin and Miranda Priddy from the Richard and Julia Wilke Institute for Discipleship at Southwestern College people involves interviews of people from all walks of life as they share their call stories and other influences that led them to their current vocations.

 

 

 

Get Your Spirit in Shape — Joe Iovino from United Methodist Communications hosts this 30-minute podcast. Episodes feature casual conversations with United Methodist bishops, leaders, authors, pastors and others who offer spiritual nutrition and exercises to help us get and keep our spirits in shape.

 

 

MyCom Podcast from United Methodist Communications teaches churches how to find their audience and share their story with the world. Learn from savvy church marketers, pastors and others who offer expert advice on outreach, communications, social media and new technology. The conversations are practical, casual and fun!

 

The Conversation — In The Conversation Podcast, the Rev. Adam Weber, one of the founding pastors at Embrace Church in Sioux Falls, S.D., sits down with people to ask about what they’ve experienced and learned in the past and also what they're currently learning. His hope is to get past the surface and hear a person’s heart.

 

 

Let's Talk About the Bible — This monthly show promises to do exactly what the title says: talk about the Bible. Rachel Hagewood and Ben Howard get together for an in-depth look at a different concept from the Bible. They'll read Scripture, talk theology, bounce ideas off of each other, and do their best to make you think and make you laugh. In between these biblical deep-dives, Rachel and Ben will be joined by a different guest each month to explore these concepts from a different, and occasionally unusual, angle.