The third and Christmas themed episode of the Untold Podcast is now up. Head on over to download "A Shadow Over Christmas," and other goodies, for free.
The Untold Podcast - Episode 2 has just gone live! I may not always post notifications here about newly published episodes, but for the frist few episodes, as the show gets established I will.
Head on over to THE UNTOLD PODCAST and listen to the classic fairytale, "Little Daylight" by George MacDonald.
I am excited to announce that I will be producing a new monthly podcast featuring speculative fiction from a Christian worldview!
The Untold Podcast exists to engage the culture's imagination through speculative fiction from a Christian worldview.
In all honesty, part of the reason I’m doing this is because I need a hobby that totally consumes my mind. I find on my day off (Mondays) that my mind is racing and ready to go back my work at the church. And even though I know that is not a healthy thing during my downtime, I can’t turn it off. What I needed was a hobby that so consumed my thoughts and mind that it would push out all my other concerns. Reading didn’t do it, writing (which I will still do) isn’t relaxing at all, and hiking/bike riding was fun but my mind just goes toward the mechanics of the church.
I’ve heard golf is a great sport to take up for folks in my situation . . . but I don’t have the resources to get involved in that sport just yet, and I live in the six-month-snow-covered region of Northern Michigan. So, doing a story-based podcast was a good option for me to occupy my mind with something that I love! Stories!
The pilot episode is available now on the new website!
I am also looking for the following submissions:
(See the submissions page for details.)
Right now I plan on releasing an episode every month (with bonus episodes featuring my first person sermons popping in there every so often). I hope to make this a twice a month podcast once I get into the swing of it (and the submissions start pouring in).
So go check it out, share it with your friends, blog about it, and post it up on Facebook!