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Chris Staron is an author, former filmmaker, and award winning podcaster. Today, Chris shares with us about how he found his voice, why people struggling with faith should hear his show, and how his format has evolved over time. Chris is one of my favorite Christian podcasters and I just know you will enjoy him and Truce podcast.
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J. Parker is a blogger and podcaster on Sex Chat for Christian Wives with three other women who are also Christian sex bloggers. She is passionate about helping Christian wives create a biblical understanding of sex and marriage. Today, J. shares the unique challenges and opportunities having three other bloggers to share the work with, how to pick a great title for your show, and matching your format to your content.
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Neil Matthews is the host and creator of Other People's Shoes, a podcast designed to help us see the perspective of...what else...other people. Neil has a passion for helping you gain a glimpse into a life that is different than yours. He helps you see the similarities and the differences that make us human.
Other People's Shoes is published every Wednesday and you can get it wherever you get get your podcasts.
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Are you tired of seeing other podcasts thrive while yours seems to stagnate? Have you done everything you can think of but are still disappointed on release day? Do you wish your audience would grow so your mission can reach more people who need to hear it?
That was the situation I found myself in early in my podcasting journey. It took me two years to actually launch my podcast. I first had the idea for Halfway There in 2014. At Christmas that day I bought a digital recorder and through the spring of 2015 I did 13 interviews.
Seems like I should have launched in 2015, right? Sadly, no.
It took me an entire year to figure out who I was speaking to and master the technology. Let’s be honest, when you name your podcast, you want to like it for a long time! It took forever to come up with Halfway There!
I did all that work and then launched on June 6, 2016 and the clock started ticking. Episodes were releasing like clockwork and my number of prepared episodes was dwindling. What...