Story by Tiffany Doss
Most podcast listeners dread the moment they hit the wall, bingeing and replaying all their favorite subscribed shows. Potomac is excited to remedy that situation by introducing a new podcast called Potomac People.
Potomac People launched earlier this year and aims to highlight various individuals within the conference through interview-style and storytelling programming. The show compiles some of the most interesting back- stories new to most listeners.
“For more than a decade now, the distinct storytelling medium has changed in ways no one could have ever imagined,” says Jyremy Reid, communication specialist intern. “That is why members of our conference will have an opportunity to share interesting facts about themselves with me over the digital airways.”
The podcast also includes shorter story episodes called Potomac Praise. These brief five-to-seven-minute stories focus on giving insight and encouragement to listeners through real-life situations. The first Potomac Praise episode, titled, “I Stared Death in the Face,” tells the riveting tale about God’s protection within the most uncertain circumstances.
“We want to add a full experience for our listeners with sound effects and music to help make each story come to life,” says Reid. “I want to help paint the picture and let the world know of God’s goodness in our lives every day. Everyone has a unique story to tell, and we want to hear yours on the Potomac People podcast!”