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In the arenas of culture, theology, art, and politics, there are numerous voices. Taylor Drake and Brian Jennings will help you exit your echo chambers and look for truth in the noise.

The Echo Podcast Brian Jennings

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.9 • 26 Ratings

In the arenas of culture, theology, art, and politics, there are numerous voices. Taylor Drake and Brian Jennings will help you exit your echo chambers and look for truth in the noise.

    Disbelief Needs: Putting Acts 16 Into Practice

    Disbelief Needs: Putting Acts 16 Into Practice

    The guys reflect on what they've learned from Acts 16 and how to put it into practice. Plus, they share a story of a friend who may be turning from disbelief to belief. 

    • 26 min
    Disbelief Needs: An Example (Acts 16 study part 3)

    Disbelief Needs: An Example (Acts 16 study part 3)

    The Philippian jailer had seen it all - all but an example of sacrificial mercy. So when Paul and Silas saved his life through unbelievable mercy, his unbelief came crumbling down. This is the third episode in a series looking at three separate stories from Acts 16. 

    • 16 min
    Disbelief Needs: An Experience (Acts 16 study part 2)

    Disbelief Needs: An Experience (Acts 16 study part 2)

    Some people don't need an explanation; they need a life-changing, God-powered experience. 


    In Acts 16, we read 3 stories: 3 different people, 3 distinct backgrounds, 3 specific needs. Knowing these needs helps us better know how to pray and act as we partner with God in the greatest work of all – the saving of people. God doesn’t need us to partner with Him, but He invites us nonetheless. Welcome to Part 2 of our study.


    (Note: We gleaned some helpful study from Martyn Lloyd Jones and Tim Keller. And my wonderful summer intern, Peyton Miller, found helpful words for us to use.) 

    • 14 min
    Disbelief Needs: An Explanation (Acts 16 study part 1)

    Disbelief Needs: An Explanation (Acts 16 study part 1)

    Every person who does not yet believe in Jesus needs rescued by Him. But each individual has specific needs. Knowing these needs helps us better know how to pray and act as we partner with God in the greatest work of all – the saving of people. God doesn’t need us to partner with Him, but He invites us nonetheless.


    In Acts 16, we read 3 stories: 3 different people, 3 distinct backgrounds, 3 specific needs. In this first story, we see that sometimes a person in disbelief just needs an explanation. 

    (Note: We gleaned some helpful study from Martyn Lloyd Jones and Tim Keller. And my wonderful summer intern, Peyton Miller, found helpful words for us to use.) 

    • 14 min
    1 Year Anniversary & Our Favorite Things

    1 Year Anniversary & Our Favorite Things

    The guys celebrate the 1 year anniversary of the Echo Podcast. Taylor guesses what our most-downloaded episodes have been, and they both share a few things they are loving during this season. 

    • 28 min
    Friendships Part 4: Be Reliable

    Friendships Part 4: Be Reliable

    Years after Jonathan died, David still found a way to honor their friendship. Someone's life would never be the same.  

    • 15 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

leviandbetsy ,

Fun and inspiring!

Bryan and Taylor are a ton of fun to listen to. Down to earth and lighthearted yet deep. I’d definitely recommend you add this podcast your your lineup!!

Poopy111 ,

So good!

Thank you guys for bringing such good information and topics to the table. When I walk away from the podcast, I often feel challenged yet inspired and encouraged. So so good. Highly recommend.

CDW12546798 ,

Great podcast

Very practical advice on how to peacefully proclaim truth without creating chasms between those who have contradictory beliefs.

Would love to hear an episode further explaining the idea/value of gentleness which is in Brian Jennings book, dancing in no man’s land.

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