United Methodist Podcasts

United Methodist Communications offers several podcasts to listen to in the car, on the treadmill, while walking the dog, or folding laundry.

Get Your Spirit in Shape

Get Your Spirit in Shape is a production of United Methodist Communications. Conversations that help us grow as followers of Jesus Christ. Click an episode below or subscribe (iTunes | Google Play | Stitcher | Other) to receive great spiritual coaching every month. Join us as we get, and keep, our spirits in shape.

Our United Methodist bishops appear on episodes of Get Your Spirit in Shape to share their faith stories. Find the bishops' faith stories here.

MyCom Church Marketing Podcast

Savvy church marketers, pastors, leaders, and others offer expert advice on outreach, communications, social media, and new technology. Click for all episodes and ways to subscribe.

Compass Podcast

Pierce Drake, a United Methodist youth minister, and Ryan Dunn, from RethinkChurch.org, are often joined by special guests to talk about the ups-and-downs of their spiritual journeys—sometimes in light of recent world events. Click for all episodes and ways to subscribe.

More United Methodist Podcasts

Podcasts produced by United Methodists of general interest and of interest to pastors and leaders.

If you are considering creating a podcast but don't know where to start, here is a great resource.

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Daily Digest - September 20, 2019

What comes after GC2020 petitions deadline; Malaria medication for Liberian church; Bahamas aid
Thomas Kemper, general secretary with United Methodist Global Ministries. Photo by Hector Amador for Global Ministries.

Rediscovering Native American-Methodist heritage

Historic and contemporary connections will come together during a Sept. 21 land transfer in Upper Sandusky, Ohio.
General Church
Church leaders gather for the opening of the 2019 United Methodist General Conference in St. Louis. File photo by Kathleen Barry, UM News.

What comes after GC2020 petitions deadline

The denomination’s top lawmaking body will see multiple options for the church’s future. But preparing takes months.