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Best Terkeurst podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Terkeurst podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast is a podcast all about leadership, change and personal growth. The goal? To help you lead like never before—in your church or in your business. Carey interviews top leaders like Andy Stanley, Craig Groeschel, Chuck Swindoll, Brian Houston, Jon Acuff, Kara Powell, Chris Brown, Louie Giglio, Thom Rainer, Mark Batterson, Ravi Zacharias, Lewis Howes, Christine Hassler, Jenni Catron, William Vanderbloemen and many more. The podcast features a mix of well-know ...
 
Streaming from Passion City Church, the Grove Podcast is designed to encourage women to become ROOTED in the unfailing Word of God, to choose to FLOURISH where we’re planted, to walk in FREEDOM in Christ and truly live, and to offer our lives as SHADE to the people who intersect our paths in our city. The Grove Podcast is hosted by Shelley Giglio and other women of The Grove.
 
Mud Stories with Jacque Watkins is a podcast dedicated to bringing you inspiration in your muddiest moments, hope to make it through your mud, and encouragement for you to know, you are not alone. Jacque interviews author types--Lysa Terkeurst, Shauna Niequist, Michele Cushatt, Shannon Ethridge, Holley Gerth, Amber C. Haines, Emily P. Freeman and many more--as well as non-author types, as they share their stories of mud and we explore how even our messiest muddy moments can be worked for our ...
 
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In this episode of the podcast, Levi and Jennie Lusko tell you firsthand about the backlash they received when they decided to take a stand for racial reconciliation. Levi talks about the moment he realized the stage he preaches from was used for a KKK rally in the early 20th Century. Then, Albert Tate and Nicole Martin join the conversation for an…
 
Facebook’s Nona Jones returns to the podcast to talk about the best and worst practices churches and organizations use on social media, why online ministry is about more than just streaming content, and what the church and social media will be like post-COVID. Welcome to Episode 351 of the podcast. Listen and access the show notes below or search f…
 
Podcaster, author and speaker, Ryan Hawk, has interviewed some of the top names in leadership including Jim Collins, Seth Godin, Liz Wiseman and Gen. Stanley McChrystal. But a few years ago, he knew no one of that caliber in leadership. Ryan shares how his unique approach (learned in sales) opened doors to world-class leaders, and how leaders can g…
 
NYT bestselling author and recovering lawyer, Bob Goff, talks about rebuilding when your life breaks down, how to dream bigger than you ever have, and what never losing a case at law taught him about life. This wide-ranging interview is a tour de force of what’s possible when you realize you can dream. Welcome to Episode 349 of the podcast. Listen …
 
Patrick Lencioni returns to the podcast to talk about how he changed his mind about leading virtual teams and hosting virtual events as a result of the crisis, how virtual can be more personal and why so many leaders abdicated their responsibilities. Plus, he offers his view on how preachers and church leaders can do a better job at communicating i…
 
Today’s episode of the Grove Podcast was graciously given to us by Christine Caine and Dr. Anita Philips. In response to the recent rise in racial tensions stemming from the media coverage of injustice toward Black Americans, many necessary conversations have emerged among people of all color. One of the most helpful conversations that we have obse…
 
When bestselling author, Nir Eyal, wrote Hooked a few years ago, it took Silicon Valley by storm. In it, Nir explains the principles that companies and leaders can use to ‘hook’ people on forming (good) habits. His most recent book, Indistractable, looks at how to get away from the things that distract us (like our phones, people and things that we…
 
Mark Miller is Vice President of High Performance Leadership at Chick-fil-A, and has spent the last two decades ensuring the growth of Chick-fil-A isn’t hindered by their supply of top talent. Mark talks about how to create a leadership pipeline of internal and external talent, and why execution can be the difference between a stuck organization an…
 
Paula Faris got to the very top of broadcast journalism—hosting Good Morning America and co-hosting The View and then walked away. She talks about how calling and identity get unheathily fused, how to de-couple your identity from your calling, what journalism has taught her about leadership, and how she thinks journalists have handled the COVID cri…
 
How long will the economic slump and uncertainty last? Scott Harrison of charity: water thinks leaders should brace for a long disruption, and shares why that is. Whether you agree or not, preparing for the worst positions you to flourish no matter what the outcome. Scott also talks about multiple pivots charity: water has done, how to approach hig…
 
Nicky Gumbel is pastor of Holy Trinity Brompton, London, one of the largest churches in the UK and pioneer of Alpha, a ministry that’s reached over 20 million people with the Gospel and a former barrister (attorney). In this interview, Nicky explains how and why he changed his mind about church online, why, despite his misgivings, it’s a better eva…
 
How does your Enneagram type handle stress and uncertainty? Ian Morgan Cron is back on the podcast to discuss how different leaders process crisis, how to get and stay healthy in the midst of an upside down world, and gives more free therapy to Carey on how to handle his unhealth in times of crisis.… The post CNLP 342: Ian Morgan Cron on How Your E…
 
In today's episode, Emily Vogeltanz interviews Ben Stuart, pastor of Passion City Church D.C. They discuss spending time with God and His Word, and how that journey can go from a checked box, to really intimate and fruitful time. This conversation is helpful, practical and encouraging, with something for everyone--from the lifelong Christian to the…
 
Former SeaWorld CEO, Joel Manby, returns to the podcast and opens his notebook and heart on leading from the C-Suite through numerous crises: Including his partnership with Amazon during the dot com crash of 2000, leading through The Great Recession, and leading through the Black Fish documentary crisis as CEO of SeaWorld. Joel also talks… The post…
 
Annie F. Downs has seen her podcast downloads skyrocket over the last two months as millions tune in to her daily show. She talks about how to connect with your audience, how she pivoted during the lockdown, why so many people listen, why production doesn’t matter nearly as much as you think, and how to… The post CNLP 340: Annie F. Downs on How to …
 
Tim Keller is one of America’s most renowned preachers, authors and thought leaders. Tim talks about what NYC was like when he planted Redeemer Church in 1989, how the city’s changed, how the culture has changed and how his preaching has evolved. He shares the approach he would take if he was preaching regularly today,… The post CNLP 339: Tim Kelle…
 
Today's episode captures a monumental moment in Grove history! On May 4, 2020, the Grove went LIVE online for the first time ever! We had the privilege of hosting Jackie Hill Perry as our special surprise guest that evening, and this episode brings you the compelling conversation she shared with Shelley Giglio. Chock-full of real talk, they cover s…
 
Sean Morgan shares crisis leadership insights he gained from serving in the military in the Middle East and combines them with insights he’s learned from working with high capacity leaders in growing churches to give advice on leading through unpredictability, crisis and offer thoughts on what the new normal for churches and culture will look… The …
 
Steve Cuss has spent years helping leaders manage their anxiety. In this interview, he talks about how to handle the elevated anxiety you’re feeling in leadership during the Coronavirus pandemic. Steve identifies some surprising signs of anxiety many leaders miss and outlines some practical ways to tame your fears during crisis. Welcome to Episode …
 
In today's episode, Shelley Giglio is joined by Brooke Ligertwood of Hillsong Worship, as they discuss what it looks like to really want to know Jesus, how to celebrate others while being everything we are intended to be, as well as some books that you might want to add to your shelves! This conversation will leave you wanting to lean into Jesus mo…
 
Mike Todd is back for a second episode in a row with an update on what’s happened at Transformation Church during the global crisis. While they were already an online church before, online attendance has exploded to 10x what it was before COVID, and giving has soared. Mike takes you backstage to explain their online… The post CNLP Bonus 22: Mike To…
 
In 2015, Mike Todd took over as a 20-something pastor of a church of 350. Five years later, he has a million followers on Instagram, his sermons are watched a quarter million times a week and Transformation Church just moved into a 4,500 seat arena at its new building, and is debt free after 7… The post CNLP 336: Mike Todd on the Meteoric Rise of T…
 
Today, Shelley Giglio sits down with her husband and pastor of Passion City Church, Louie Giglio, to discuss life and ministry in the time of Covid19. At the time of this recording, the world was in a mostly quarantined state, as a global pandemic was taking lives, devastating economies, and forcing people into a more isolated existence. Louie and …
 
Scott Beck was the first franchise owner of Blockbuster video, scaling that company to 5,000 stores before moving on. He’s also scaled Boston Market, Einsten Bros. Bagels and Ancestry.com, among others. More recently, he founded a new company called Gloo to help churches use data to do more effective ministry. Scott joins David Kinnaman, President……
 
Mark Sayers is one of the most profound thinkers and cultural commentators today. In this interview, Mark explains how the current pandemic almost instantly deconstructed and threatened both consumer Christianity and secular salvation, he shares principles on how to lead through the COVID crisis, and offers some insight into what the new post-pande…
 
Today we are going back into the Grove archives to give you an incredible message from our dear friend Lysa Terkeurst that she brought at a Grove gathering in May of 2016. She unpacks a lot of her early life story and how God proved Himself good in every season. This is a timeless message that we trust will encourage your spirit today! To hear more…
 
Ken Costa—a London-based, internationally renowned banker, author and speaker—talks about leading in the midst of the chaos the Coronavirus pandemic has done to the global financial system, what that means for the average leader, how to make decisions in the face of uncertainty, how to approach wealthy donors in bad economic times, and as past… The…
 
Bobby Herrera is the CEO of Populus Group, a company that supplies staff to numerous Fortune 100 companies. He talks about how struggle can be a gift, what he learned in the Army on crisis leadership, what to cut and what to keep when leading through the COVID-19 crisis, and how to get your team… The post CNLP 332: Bobby Herrera on Crisis Leadershi…
 
Today we have the privilege of hearing from Joel Houston of Hillsong United. Joel is a husband, father, worship leader, prolific songwriter and builder of the Church. In this episode, we get to hear a candid conversation he shared with Shelley Giglio as they come around what it was like growing up in church, being surrounded by strong women, and th…
 
Best-selling author, Gary Thomas, says it took him years to figure out that some people are just plain toxic. They don’t respond to love, to correction or to direction. Gary shares how to walk away from toxic people at work, in your family and in life, and why the traditional Christian response of “just love… The post CNLP 331: Gary Thomas on How t…
 
In this episode, I talk with creative thinker, host and emcee, Joseph Sojourner about his personal journey: His diagnosis of narcolepsy, finding his own voice when he stepped onto some of the largest stages in the world, and how he navigates life as a single man, including how to handle scores of sexually charged DMs… The post CNLP 329: Joseph Sojo…
 
Sheryl Brady leads a mega church in Dallas and has a large international ministry, but never imagined herself as a leader. Sheryl talks about her unlikely rise into leadership in her early thirties and the struggles it caused her as a mom. She also talks about struggling with her own faith and having to lead… The post CNLP 330: Sheryl Brady on How …
 
What do you do when you’re leading in the biggest crisis in our lifetime? In this special episode of the podcast, Carey talks to Jud Wilhite, Kevin Queen and Tricia Sciortino about the best practices in crisis management, virtual teams and how to make decisions when things are changing constantly. Together, the panel has led… The post CNLP Bonus 21…
 
Mark Driscoll has been in ministry over half his life. In this interview, he talks about how he became a Christian, his call to ministry, what the last five years of his life have been like, and the impact of the opposition he faced leading Mars Hill. Plus, we talk about spiritual warfare and why… The post CNLP 328: Mark Driscoll on the Challenges …
 
How do you get your message heard by more people? Even 10x more people? Lysa TerKeurst shares the method she developed for writing that has helped her sell millions of books and build a deeply loyal audience. She also shares the three voices every communicator uses and why some are better than others. Welcome to… The post CNLP 327: Lysa TerKeurst o…
 
In 2012, Adam Duckworth was a part-time travel agent who decided to strike out on his own. Within a few years, Travelmation, his new company, absorbed the company he used to work for. Today, Travelmation is one of the largest and fastest-growing travel agencies in America. Along the way, he ended up disrupting the travel… The post CNLP 326: Adam Du…
 
In this week's episode, we welcome Bianca Juarez Olthoff to the Grove Podcast! Bianca and her husband Matt are church planters in California. Bianca is also an author and speaker and recently joined us for a Grove gathering at Passion City Church. This episode was recorded live from that evening as she unpacks the book of Ruth and how everything in…
 
Leadership isn’t getting any easier. Leadership consultant, Susan Steinbrecher, whose insights have been featured in the New York Times, Inc., and Fast Company among others, shares the keys to leading change at work, how to get team buy-in and how to increase employee engagement. In addition, in an environment where people spend 25-40% of their… Th…
 
Claire Diaz-Ortiz is an author, speaker, startup advisor and investor, and one of the early employees at Twitter. Claire talks about the early days at Twitter, what no one saw coming in social media, how to find traction and success on social media today, and how she juggles so much as the mom of three… The post CNLP 324: Claire Diaz-Ortiz on How t…
 
Having dreams is easy. Keeping dreams alive is difficult, especially in the face of rejection and disappointment. What do you do when your book proposal gets rejected, your church isn’t growing as fast as you think it should and your life, though good, isn’t happening the way you hoped? Pastor and author, Josh Gagnon, talks… The post CNLP 323: Josh…
 
Today’s episode features a powerful talk from DawnCheré Wilkerson, recorded live at the Grove. DawnCheré and her husband Rich are pastors of Vous Church in Miami, FL. In this message, she challenges us to take confidence as we see God as our strength, our song and our salvation. She speaks with joy, power and conviction and we know you will be enco…
 
In an age where many churches and businesses are opening locations, James Emery White decided to close all of his…and experienced the biggest growth they’ve had in years. Jim explains why they did it, how it happened, why he’s investing so much in digital outreach and how to grow your church younger when you grow… The post CNLP 322: James Emery Whi…
 
Chris Hodges was an unlikely church planter. After burning out at age 38, Chris found a renewed call and planted the Church Of the Highlands, which has become one of the largest and fastest growing churches in America. Chris and Brad Lomenick talk about mentoring the next generation of leaders, what’s changing, and how systems… The post CNLP 321: C…
 
Pediatrician Rob Meeder and Toni Nieuwhof—a pharmacist, lawyer and host Carey Nieuwhof’s wife,—join Carey to talk about the reasons behind the recent rise in childhood anxiety, how tech addiction is impacting children and parents and some best practices for keeping your busy family healthy. Toni and Rob are also hosts of a brand new podcast,… The p…
 
Today’s episode was recorded live at the Grove with our dear friend Katherine Wolf. Katherine survived a massive brain stem stroke many years ago and endured tumultuous years of recovery, but has learned to love the story that God has written for her and her family. Katherine and her husband Jay travel the country sharing their message of hope, and…
 
In May 2019, Craig Groeschel started to experience anxiety. He hired a performance coach to help drill down on what was going on and shares his insights into what he’s learned so far and how he’s handling the growing demands of leadership. Plus, Craig talks about how to avoid the pull of entitlement in leadership,… The post CNLP 319: Craig Groesche…
 
Jennie Allen never expected to be leading a massive movement involving millions of people around the world, but that’s exactly where she finds herself. She talks about how she stays grounded, what contributes to the downfall of so many leaders, and how to model your leadership differently. Welcome to Episode 318 of the podcast. Listen and… The post…
 
YouTube launched Jefferson Bethke to fame in 2012 when a video he posted got millions of views. Since then, he’s spent his entire life online, pivoting through all the changes in algorithm, platforms and audience. Jeff and Carey reflect on what it’s like to be the first generation to be able to do that with… The post CNLP 317: Jefferson Bethke Unpa…
 
John Mark Comer has become one of America’s foremost voices on post-Christian culture. In this interview, we talk about how the culture is changing, what salvation looks like when you remove religion and faith, and how leading a large church caused John Mark to embark on a radical re-orientation of his life, centered on the… The post CNLP 316: John…
 
We launched into 2020 with a special January Grove gathering at Passion City Church. We surprised the audience with special guests Natalie Grant and her husband Bernie Herms. This episode was recorded live from the evening as Shelley Giglio sat down with Natalie on stage for a fun, honest and encouraging conversation around music, parenting, social…
 
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