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The Listening Chair

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stories of how career, vocation, and God's voice are intertwined

Customer Reviews

Insightful and Deep

Absolutely love the preparation that comes out in these podcasts. The questions and interviewing are very helpful in steering the great content into areas that I can relate to in ministry. I appreciate the spectrum of point of views and how I can always find vital correlations into where I am at in a leadership role in ministry. Make sure you listen to every episode.

Best Podcast Ever!

Listened to Danielle Shroyer and loved it. Her perspective on Women leaders in the Baptist Church is superb, She is kind of like a Baptist Jara Lee. I really identified with God yelling at her to get in and get out. Her Alzheimer's example of bringing a sense of belonging and being loved is true ministry. The huge Amen moment was "did you listen to what I said or are you bothered that a woman said it"? Great program for 17-27 demographic and great guest. Logistical suggestion, raise Miranda's volume to at least match guests. ou can not even hear her at top volume in intro blog. Thanks, Greg


I have keenly enjoyed listening to Meg and Miranda interview folks on their calling and vocation and how they stay anchored in God. I really resonated with their chat with Danielle Shroyer — as someone who is struggling with where I’m called to next, it is refreshing to know that there can be a “next.” Finding comfort in the fact that our calling can evolve and shift and that’s okay and *gasp* can be God-inspired. Excited for more episodes!

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