On this episode of Creatively Christian, hosted by Jake Doberenz, Eric Nevins of the Halfway There podcast shares how he went from seminary to banking and then to podcasting. Eric dispenses wisdom about spiritually formative storytelling, creative consistency, practicing in public, and group accountability.
Eric Nevins is the host of the Halfway There podcast, a long-form interview show where he talks with everyday Christians about their faith journey. He is also the founder of the Christian Podcasters Association. He has a degree in Biblical Studies from Trinity. Eric has been podcasting since 2016 and he started the Christian Podcasters Association the year after that, which has blossomed into a full-blown membership and coaching community.
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