The RWH Now Available on Podcasting Sites

Did you know that about 150 million Americans (or thirty-two percent) are monthly podcast listeners?[1] And Christians are three times more likely to listen to podcasts on a daily basis than the rest of the population.[2] With the availability of smartphones and similar screens to people across the United States and throughout the world, it has never been easier to listen to digital audio.


As listening to and subscribing to podcasts becomes more and more popular, the Reformed Witness Hour committee has begun the work of making our weekly messages available on the major internet radio and podcasting sites. In addition to our own website and Sermon Audio, our weekly messages can be listened and subscribed to on iTunes,  Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify, PlayerFM, TuneIn, iHeartRadio, the Podcast App, and Himalaya.


If you enjoy listening to podcasts, especially Christian podcasts such as sermons, consider subscribing to the RWH on one of the platforms listed above. Each RWH message is just 20–24 minutes, perfect to listen to as you go about your labors in the home, drive to and from work, or exercise. And while many evangelical churches and organizations are abandoning core truths of the Bible, RWH messages continue to boldly proclaim the truth of the absolute sovereignty of God’s grace, by which he saves his elect people through Jesus Christ without the dependence on the will or work of man.[3]


If you are blessed by the messages of the RWH, please consider sharing our podcast with friends or family, especially those who enjoy listening to digital audio.


[1] “Podcast Statistics (2020) – Newest Available Data Infographic.” Music Oomph, January 3, 2020.


[2] “13 Surprising Truths About Sermon Podcasts.” Pro Church Tools, September 7, 2018.


[3] “An Analysis of Online Sermons in U.S. Churches.” Pew Research Center’s Religion & Public Life Project, January 28, 2020. In this recent study, Pew Research Center found that several distinctively evangelical words and phrases related to sin, punishment, and redemption were used in less than ten percent of the evangelical churches whose digital audio was analyzed in the study.