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Religious Podcasts Future with Wayne Shephard – Spreaker Live Show #47

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Spreaker Live Show host and Head of Content Rob Greenlee speaks with Wayne Shepherd, President, Wayne Shepherd Communications who moderated the radio/podcasting panel session at NRB’s Proclaim16 religious media conference on February 25th, 2016.

Wayne Shepherd’s voice is heard widely in Christian radio and television, as well as numerous audio books and special projects. With over 40 years of broadcast experience, Wayne serves a growing number of clients as a radio host, interviewer, voice over, and consultant. He serves on the Boards of National Religious Broadcasters (NRB).

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Faith-based Podcasting – Spreaker Live Show #46

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In episode 46 of the Spreaker Live Show we focus on faith-based podcasting and the question “Is local community based church attendance being replaced or added to by podcasts?”.

We are joined on the show by Dr. Jerry Johnson, President and CEO, National Religious Broadcasters (NRB.org). Religion topic podcasts make up the largest number of series shows in the podcasting space today at places like Spreaker and iTunes.

The topics discussed from this February 17th, 2016 episode are also about the National Religious Broadcaster’s Proclaim16 Convention (NRBConvention.com) that took place Feb 22-26, 20016 in Nashville, Tennessee.

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How Pastors and Ministers Widen Their Reach Through Podcasts

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Forward thinking pastors and ministers are beginning to embrace the advancements in technology that are allowing them to spread the gospel further and faster than ever thought possible. Our world has become much smaller while our reach has become global, and online communication is often our preferred method.

Our online world and new media is often the focus of the negative connotations. However, we are becoming mature enough as a society to understand the real tangible benefits these relatively new channels can bring to both offline and online communities.

Justin Wise is leading this rise of the digital evangelist with his fantastic eye-opening book The Social Church: A Theology of Digital Communication. Essentially, churches as a community have been struggling in reaching its people, but Justin’s book has made church leaders realize that much of the time their congregations are spending most of their time on the internet.

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