I love having podcasts loaded on my phone, ready for me to take in some great teaching. It is really easy to subscribe to a podcast on your smartphone, and most already have a podcasting app on them. Though, something I’ve noticed about most podcast is that they are long — and lately, long has been hard to do.
The heart behind starting my own podcast is to offer tips and teaching to help you in your walk with God, but to do it quickly. I’ve already heard from many of you that you enjoyed last week’s podcast and that it was the perfect length for running errands around town, heading to work, or a short morning motivation. This is exactly my hope.
So, while I am sure that my podcast will always be an evolving project, my aim is to keep episodes short and casual yet pack a big punch.
Today’s podcast is on Scripture memory. I know that memorizing the Bible is hard, and many of you feel as if you don’t have the time or brain-space to try it. Yet, I truly feel as it is one of the most fruitful practices in my walk with God, and my understanding of Scripture.
Podcasts are a greatto listen to while your hands and feet are busy but your mind is ready to learn. I love to listen to sermons, and other motivational podcasts while I’m on the go. Here’s how you can too:
1. Listen right here on the blog. Just click the little play button at the beginning of this post. (Email readers, you may need to click a link to the blog to see it.) 2. Subscribe to the Podcast and listen on your smartphone, iPad or iPod Touch– You can click here to access the podcast in iTunes. You can also search for it on your smartphone app (like the ones listed above) and subscribe. Most mobile devices come with a podcasting app already on them. You can also find other great free apps to download.
If you are totally lost by all this talk of podcasting but want to know how you can get it set up on your computer, here is an informative video on how to subscribe to a podcast via iTunes on your computer.