During this unprecedented time, college can seem tougher than ever. With limited interactions with your peers, professors, and campus environment, students may be left feeling isolated, helpless, and distant. Allie Beth Stuckey has her eye and heart on God. She isn’t afraid to speak the truth. That’s why many young people, especially women, are drawn to her. Her podcast “Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey” covers a wide array of topics from Christianity, politics, pop culture, and more. Hopefully these podcast episodes will really help you focus your attention on your semester and can help you in some way.

Ep 211 | The Dangers of the New Age | Guest: Doreen Virtue

“Doreen Virtue, former New Age guru and author of “Deceived No More,” joins Allie to discuss the dangerous nature of the New Age and the surprising places it can show up in our lives, such as in yoga, essential oils, and self-help books.”

Ep 160 | Dear College Me

“Four things that I wish I knew when I was in college.”

Ep 226 | Wisdom, Not Worry

“Are we living in an alternate universe? Coronavirus has sent the world into a tailspin. Let’s take a deep breath and talk facts, feelings, and biblical wisdom.”

Ep 163 | Depression & Suicide

Depression and suicide have a profound impact in our society and in the church. Today, we take a look at what scripture has to say about them.”

Ep 140 | Whatever Is Lovely

“Philippians 4 sets a clear standard for the things that fill our minds: that which is lovely and pure. What does this look like in our lives?”

These are just the five I would recommend for starting out but I would honestly suggest scrolling through her entire podcast history and finding a topic you’re interested in. She offers such a Biblical approach to everything from relationships, policy, culture, and current events. 


Caroline C.
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