Years ago a missionary acquaintance of mine had asked whether I wanted to work together with him on a podcast or something. At the time I said that it sounded interesting, but I never really acted on it. First, I had no real interest in dong a podcast, and second, relatedly, I never listened to podcasts.
But in the last couple of years I have started to listen to them. A couple of one’s that I find welcome from the standpoint of Evangelical Missions:
The Missions Podcast. This is done by ABWE. I have only recently started listening to it, but find it interesting and informative. https://missionspodcast.com/
Doing Theology. Thinking Mission. This is a podcast led by Jackson Wu with emphasis on contextualization and Mission theology. https://open.spotify.com/show/0S9Jd3J4AZ36d9LytcL6Dq
There are others, but only a few others have I listened to. These are the two that really draw my attention. There are other Christian podcasts that I have found interesting, but are not necessarily primary about missions. These include:
-Ask N.T. Wright Anything Podcast. https://www.premierchristianradio.com/Shows/Weekday/Ask-NT-Wright-Anything/Podcast
-Unbelievable? Podcast. https://www.premierchristianradio.com/Shows/Saturday/Unbelievable
-Homebrewed Christianity. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/homebrewed-christianity-podcast/id276269040
The final one may not be for everyone as the theological perspectives are quite broad— drifting far from conservative Christian theology. But it is good to get out of one’s own neighborhood once in awhile.