“In All Things” podcast hits 5000-download milestone


“In All Things,” the EPC’s weekly podcast hosted by Stated Clerk Dean Weaver, has reached the milestone of 5,000 downloads. As of July 25, 35 episodes have been published.

“I am excited that so many people are listening,” Weaver said. “When we launched ‘In All Things’ last fall, our goal was to further tell the stories of how God is working in and through the EPC, our churches, and our church members. I am especially thankful for all of our guests, who are the reason anybody should listen at all. Of course, our greatest hope is that the Lord Jesus Christ gets all the glory through the stories of the EPC.”

Statistics reveal that in addition to the United States, episodes have been downloaded in Puerto Rico, Latvia, Canada, Germany, the Bahamas, the Czech Republic, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Japan, Argentina, the United Kingdom, Sierra Leone, China, France, Greece, Honduras, Italy, Kazakhstan, the Philippines, and South Africa.

Upcoming guests include Bryn MacPhail, Senior Pastor of St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Kirk in Nassau, Bahamas, and author of Purposeful Pain: What Your Troubles Achieve; and Samuel Sesay, Missionary Evangelist in the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Sierra Leone and President of EduNations, Inc.

“I hope our listeners will continue to share ‘In All Things’ with their friends, and also circulate on their social media,” Weaver said. “We drop a new episode every Friday.”

“In All Things” is available on a variety of podcast platforms, including Amazon Music, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, Spotify, and others. Search “In All Things” on any of these services.

Episodes also are available on the EPC website at www.epc.org/inallthings.

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