10 Blogs You Should Follow

1.) Michael Hyatt

(great site for tips leadership, life, and business)

2.) Church Leaders 

(always has insightful information)

3.) Relevant Magazine

(always has meaningful content on Christianity, the culture, and life)

4.) Donald Miller

(one of the most gifted writers of our generation)

5.) Carey Neiuwwhof

(great site for church leaders)

6.) Jarrid Wilson

(good source for relevant cultural topics viewed through God’s lense)

7.) Jen Hatmaker 

(one of my favorite bloggers…she keeps it real)

8.) The Q

(created by Gabe Lyons, this site is great for exploring the relationship between culture and church)

9.) Dave Willis

(Dave pumps out relevant thoughts on marriage and parenting like clockwork. His content will give you hope as well as challenge you love and parent with excellence.)

10.) Crosswalk

(Great resource for relevant topics related to Christian living.)


My Top 5 Podcasts By Christian Leaders

1.) Perry Noble Leadership Podcast

(Lead pastor of Newspring Church)

2.) Andy Stanley Leadership Podcast

(Lead pastor of North Point Ministries)

3.) Matt Chandler

(Lead pastor of The Village Church)

4.) Louis Giglio

(Founder of the Passion movement and Lead Pastor of Passion City Church)

5.) Catalyst Leadership Podcast

(Conference for Christian leaders)


My Top 5 Business/Leadership Podcasts

1.) Freakonomics 

(Explores the hidden side of everything. Every podcast delivers challenging, thought-provoking, and, at times, disturbing truths.)

2.) Hidden Brain by NPR 

(Helps curious people understand themselves and their world.)

3.) The Leadership Momentum Podcast

(Brings the world’s top church leaders into the room to candidly share their inspirational wisdom and bold advice on everything from church leadership to financial stewardship.)

4.) TED Radio Hour

(Based on Talks given by riveting speakers on the world-renowned TED stage, each show is centered on a common theme, and injects soundscapes and conversations that bring these ideas to life.)

5.) Revisionist History by Malcolm Gladwell

(Each week, Malcolm Gladwell goes back in time and reinterprets something: a past event, person, or idea.)