Denominations, networks, and reproducing churches are utilizing podcasts to help church planters stay encouraged and equipped in their planting journey. Podcasts are an easy and regular way for church planters to learn from other seasoned practitioners, especially when much of their time is spent investing in others throughout the week.

The following list includes ten recommended church planting podcasts that can help church planters and planting leaders stay sharp and inspired:

NewChurches Q&A Podcast on Church Planting, Multisite, and Leadership
Hosts: Daniel Im, Ed Stetzer, Todd Adkins

Comprehensive topics, helpful show notes, and listener-driven the content

Church Planter Podcast
Hosts: Pete Mitchell, Peyton Jones

Covers current events, deals with spiritual warfare, and serves a wide audience.

Plant Strong Podcast: Empowering Women in Church Planting
Host: Sarah Burnett

Geared towards women in church planting, focused on gifts discovery, and diverse guests

Unfiltered: Real Church Planting Conversations
Hosts: Lee Stephenson, Danny Parmalee

Addresses practical and everyday issues, seasoned advice, and speaks to the reality of planting

The Church Planting Podcast
Host: Clint Clifton

Interview-style of expert guests, covers various models and high-level topics

In the Trenches
Hosts: Matt Hess, Jared Huntley

Relevant lessons learned, accessible to planting team members, and planting in Canada

How to Plant a Healthy Church
Host: Michael Gatlin

Creative production, focus on church planter health, and helpful for pre-planting discernment

Start in LA
Hosts: Nick Warnes, Bethany McKinney Fox, Michaela O’Donnell

Locally focused, diversity in topics, and theologically rich

Practical Church Planting Podcast
Hosts: Dylan Dodson, Brian Androsian

15 minutes episodes, distilled best practices, and no-frills approach

Church Planter Coaching Podcast
Host: Dino Senesi

Focused on the church planting leader, systems and processes, and planter care and development

Send Institute
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A think tank for church planting in North America.

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