12 episodes

Aaron Niequist hosts a podcast through his book--The Eternal Current--one episode per chapter. Each episode will 1) Reflect on the key idea of that chapter, 2) Have a conversation with someone who is living it out in the world, and 3) Learn a concrete practice that helps us flesh this theme into our hearts, bodies, and relationships. Not merely about ideas...but learning how to swim.

The Eternal Current Podcast Aaron Niequist

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.9, 85 Ratings

Aaron Niequist hosts a podcast through his book--The Eternal Current--one episode per chapter. Each episode will 1) Reflect on the key idea of that chapter, 2) Have a conversation with someone who is living it out in the world, and 3) Learn a concrete practice that helps us flesh this theme into our hearts, bodies, and relationships. Not merely about ideas...but learning how to swim.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
85 Ratings

85 Ratings

deborah1011 ,

Amazingly

I started following this podcast rather than order the book. I heard Aaron on another podcast and it piqued my interest. I’ve now obtained the book! I’ve also shared this with a few from my church. I say a few because, let’s face it. Not everyone will be open to these ideas. It’s so heady and beautiful and what we all need tho! I am in awe watching God open hearts and minds. Thank you Aaron!

SsekowithSara ,

I want all my friends to listen to this podcast

This is such a wonderful intro to spiritual rhythms and practices. I have been attending an Anglican Church for 5 years, and have grown in depth of faith and appreciation for this ancient practices, but have learned a lot from this podcast, too.

EstebanQ ,

Embodying the ethos

I really appreciate this podcast. It can serve as a great conversation around the chayotes of Aaron’s book. But they can stand alone as well. The conversations are natural and humble. And of course, like any good conversation, I wish they could go on. But lest we forget Aaron’s main point in the book: it’s not just about stirring up ideas or thoughts but by engaging us in a practice. So there is always the invitation for us to engage. I’m grateful for that. This book and these conversations are not just useful to me but useful also for our community.

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