Album Covers of Our First 20 Podcast Seminary Episodes

Blog Header New 2017 July large logo40 transparency x 1140We’re excited about how well our 3-month old podcast has been received. This is a special thank you for the more than 6000 downloads our podcast has received in only the first 3 months.


Podcast Seminary Stats for First Three Months, 2017


Here you’ll see the covers of each of the first 20 episodes. You can click it and link to our new podcast page OR go below and see our new audio courses that we think are the cat’s meow. Thank you for your support of Podcast Seminary as we help people grow in their faith and relationship with God.
Not listened to our podcast? Ever?! You must!! Go there now and see what the fuss is about!


First 20 Podcast Seminary Episodes, 1600 x 2950 Best


Click to Visit Our Dazzling Podcast Home Page and Share or Listen to These Episodes OR check out our completed Audio Courses on Discipleship and Spiritual Formation!


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There’s no doubt! Haters Gonna Hate Us For Giving You These Five Freebies!

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I’m incredibly excited to share these five valuable resources with you on the occasion of the Just-Released and First Online Course [Ministry | MINS 120: Introduction to Discipleship] at PodcastSeminary.com
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What’s The Fuss?

We now have available both our first Audio Course for individual learning on the go via podcast, and this brand-new Online Discipleship Course that includes personal and group study. But that’s really not what this is about. This is about sharing with you five key resources as a special thanks for joining our Soapbox Network mailing list. That way we can keep you updated on these helpful resources that are now being produced and introduced. In addition, joining us will make sure you’re the first to know when I produce new blog posts, podcast episodes, and other resources… not to mention special offers and even free resources.
 

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  1.  A Complimentary (1) Discipleship Audio Course Lesson from Podcast Seminary
  2.  A Free Copy of 16 Bible Apps and Software White Papers
  3.  Presentation: Digital Digerati: Using Tech for God's Kingdom
  4.  My Interview on Church, Tech, & the Future of Seminaries
  5. Access to Our 30-Session Academic Career Video Course
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What You’re Gonna Get

Divine Digerati Tease16 Bible Apps Cover Podcast SeminaryMIN 120 Online Course Details, TemplateSESSION 1, MINS 120, The Bible on DiscipleshipGratis Announcement Blog
 
 
 
 
 
 


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What is a Podcast?

Podcast Seminary What is a Podcast

What is a Podcast?

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According to International Podcast Day, “A “podcast” is sort of difficult to explain because there really isn’t anything else like it — but rather, many things that are kind of like it.”
They continue: “A good starting point, is to think of a podcast as “Internet Radio On-Demand.” It’s similar in that you can usually listen to it on your computer — but it’s more than that. [However, and not to confuse the issue, podcasting isn’t confined to just audio but can be video as well]. With the amount of content that podcasting provides, regular Broadcast Radio, or “Terrestrial Radio” — as they call it — simply can never compete. The AM and FM radio band only has so many channels. Consequently, radio stations “Broadcast” their content — meaning that they attempt to appeal to as broad of an audience as possible. Because, afterall, this is what advertisers are looking for. But podcasting, by contrast, is not necessarily hamstrung to advertising revenue like its broadcasting cousin. With its specific and specialized content, it is able to “narrowcast” to only those who choose to listen. So while a particular podcast’s audience may be considerably smaller than the audience of a broadcast, one could argue that the podcast’s audience is a much more targeted and interested in the content being delivered. So, in a way, Satellite Radio, with its ability to provide more channels than Broadcast Radio, takes a step towards podcasting — but still does not come close.”
Podcasts are “On Demand” and can be listened to on your schedule — not when a Radio Station decides to air it. So, it’s kind of like TiVo.”

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