Storied is a podcast that tells stories about faith and failure. And sometimes it recounts stories that are so ridiculous that they seem more fitted to Monty Python than to real life. So, listen in to learn about the past, to enjoy a good story, and to know more than you did before. You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes here or Stitcher here.
When the apostles died, the church needed to figure who would take over in place of the apostles. Would it be the prophets or the bishops? Both groups lived side-by-side for while. But that relationship soon soured. And bishops alone would come to lead the church. The story of Hermas, a prophet in Rome during the first century and second century, illustrates this transition.
George Zhou says
This is cool! Great quality in terms of sound and content.
Thank you for mining and presenting to us what would otherwise still be buried in the vast field of Church History. Love it
One tip as a listener: might be good to include a short tagline intro so I know what this podcast will be about. Since there is no description even on your blog I am still kind of confused what your podcast is about and the purpose of it.
I pray you will keep this up on a regular basis!
Thanks for the help! Yes, I do have a tagline on iTunes and where the podcast is hosted. But I didn’t think to add it my site here! Super helpful.
Do you think I should add a tagline to the actual podcast audio itself?
Here’s the description: “Storied is a podcast that tells stories about faith and failure. And sometimes it recounts stories that are so ridiculous that they seem more fitted to Monty Python than to real life. So, listen in to learn about the past, to enjoy a good story, and to know more than you did before. ”
I appreciate the help! These first few episodes involve me learning the ropes. I’ve recorded three episodes now, and each should come out on Fridays.
George Zhou says
Hey bro, sorry for the late reply,
Yeah a verbal tagline like on “the briefing” or “art of godliness” would be really helpful. A shoutout back to your blog would be good too.
Consider show notes and even recommended further reading for your audience.
Lord bless you
Thanks for the comments! Appreciate all the help I can get.