These rankings are unbelievable to me as I’m essentially a nobody. Unlike the others who have podcasts in the top 20, I’m not a mega church pastor, and I don’t have a television program. (And I have no plans for either.)
The interest in the podcast is simply a testament to the hunger that exists for Christ-centered messages with depth and a good dose of humor sprinkled in.
Now on to something related to the podcast.
At the encouragement of two of my friends, I’m toying with the idea of starting an Internet Radio Show.
If we end up launching it, the show will include interviews with interesting guests and lots of shtick.
If you want a snapshot of “shtick,” listen to this 3-minute episode on the podcast and you’ll get the idea.
My 25,000 give-away is another example.
Now . . . if I end up deciding to take the plunge and do the show (I’m undecided right now), it’s been agreed upon that I have a guest host. Just one (count them – 1) guest host for each show. The same person, not several people rotating.
Those producing the show want my co-host to be a fellow Christian author who is fairly well known. And that he or she would have a sense of humor and be able to connect with the main audience of the show (and this blog) – Millennials (20s and 30s).
Note: the podcast would not be about “church.” It would be similar to this blog in that it would discuss a wide range of topics – theological, biblical, popular culture, etc.
So . . . imagine that the show is going to become a reality.
Who do you want my co-host to be?
Remember: One person. A fellow author (female or male), fairly well known in the Christian world, sense of humor, and connects well with Millennials. If someone has selected the person you wanted to pick, just repeat their selection.
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