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The Ferment Podcast - Conversations about Worship and Transformation

By Adam Russell

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Description

Welcome to the Ferment Podcast - Conversations about Worship and Transformation. In this wide ranging podcast our host Adam Russell sits down with thought leaders, creatives, entrepreneurs, and other innovators digging into their personal stories of spiritual transformation. Current roster of guests include John Mark McMillan, David Ruis, and many others.

Customer Reviews

The Ferment

So encouraging! Thoughtful and transformative. I was so touched by both DRuis and Michael Gaitlin.

Ahh, Adam!

This podcast has some great content so far. I love the focus of it just being on worship, and I love that Adam is getting some really great, genuine worshippers to teach on it. There's a lot of gold here, and honestly, it could transfer to people in other fields of ministry too.

Three thumbs up.

Enjoying hearing some of the Vineyard history through different peoples life story. What hits me is the deep and personal encounters with God, often leading to positive impact in each persons community. God is faithful. I like the theme music too. Keep it up!

The Ferment Podcast - Conversations about Worship and Transformation
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  • Category: Christianity
  • Language: English

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