On Boards

Conversations about what makes a better board

Yes, this podcast is mostly about board governance of public and private companies and issues that impact them. But best practices and insights on topics like the role of boards in crisis, the impact of social media, and why board health is critical to success can help any board – and its members – become more effective.



On Mission with Chris Wright

Rich topics, expert guests from the Global South

Join theologian and author Dr. Christopher J.H. Wright as he converses with Majority World Church leaders. This newly launched podcast is built on the understanding that the Church in the West has a lot to learn from our sisters and brothers around the world. With episodes that include a Filipino perspective on lament and another on the resiliency of the African Church, we are eager to listen and learn.



Seminary Dropout

Interviews that edify and entertain

The name intrigued us and the content kept us. This lively interview show hosted by Shane Blackshear (who really did drop out), touches on theology, church, living a faithful life and so much more.



First Day

Short bursts of fundraising know-how

Created by our friends at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy and The Fund Raising School, the First Day podcast offers up quick bites of fundraising and philanthropy insights, 15 minutes long on average (one cup of coffee?), with expert guests offering insights and guidance on the ins and outs of fundraising.



The Future Podcast

Re-imagining theological education with top thinkers

Christian Theological Seminary’s six-episode podcast pairs leading thinkers for spirited discussions on the future of theological education. The podcast lays a foundation for conversation about critical issues facing the sector, including accreditation and different education models.


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