Series: How to Make Bible Study Podcasts
Your church could offer a lot of teaching to improve biblical literacy and encourage spiritual growth.
If only they would show up to your Bible study classes!
Unfortunately, people are busy.
Your church members are busy people.
Finding time in their schedules to go to the church building after working and commuting can be stressful—especially if they have young children.
If you work at the church building and are there all the time, it’s easy to forget the effort some people have to make to attend every time the church doors are open.
Whenever you offer Bible studies, there are people who would enjoy participating but just can’t be there in person.
This is where a podcast ministry can help your church.
Bible study podcasting is very similar to sermon podcasting, but it’s more advanced. Depending on the format of your Bible studies, making them podcast-ready can be technically challenging.
I believe the benefits are worth the effort.
These are just a few of the Bible studies that could be offered in a podcast:
- In-depth studies in different books of the Bible
- Overviews of the Old and New Testaments
- Systematic Theology
- Church doctrines
- How to study the Bible for yourself
In this series, I’ll show you how you can make these kinds of Bible study podcasts for your church.
How to Make Bible Study Podcasts