Steve Bremner

Author, Podcaster & Missionary to Peru

Podcasters are basically begging for money, and that’s a good thing

Would you consider paying for your favorite podcast?  What about making donations to your favorite podcast host?  When donors send a podcaster money, they’re supporting the sum of their being and his focus in life. They’re supporting his decision to focus his energy and resources into the podcast instead of hunting for better-paying gigs.   […]

Nine podcasting and audio tips for journalists

I just came across podcasting advice. This article compiles a list of audio and podcasting tips from Nate Lanxon, editor of; Tom Standage, digital editor, the Economist; Chris Skinner, freelance podcast and radio producer who produced The Game podcast for The Times; and Ben Fawkes, audio content manager, SoundCloud. Nine podcasting and audio tips […]

Cheer Up! You’ve Survived Another Election Cycle!

election sick bag

To set the tone before you assume you know what direction I may be going with this, my friend Domenick posted a brilliant Facebook status last night shortly after the election results had been declared. “It amazes me that Christians believe that God showed His power to evil rulers like King Nebuchadnezzar and King Darius, […]

Church Leadership: Is 50 the New 30?


Several months ago I was reading another blog post by Doug Paul, whose blog I follow to some degree since he works with 3DM, who I’ve been learning a lot from in regard to discipleship.  I started to write this at that time, but maybe because I was going to Canada soon after, I put […]

Did God Really “Tell You” That?

Did God really "tell you" that?

Admit it. You’ve told someone “God told me” when in fact, you know darn well He didn’t. We’ve all done it. We’re all guilty. Now, I’m not saying God doesn’t speak to His followers, but, I often times raise an eyebrow at how readily I hear people use the “God card” to justify actions of […]

Houses Are Buildings Too, Ya Know

missional community

The early church didn’t meet in homes because it was more en vogue than meeting at the temple.  Nor did they do it because they were sick of institutionalized religion. I was thinking recently about some friends of mine I used to have who swore off meeting in ‘church buildings’, because they felt it was […]

Facebook’s First Mobile Advertising Interface Was Built By An Intern | TechCrunch

I’m all about discipling and internships, no matter the area or context. This article was very interesting for me to read, however, it irked me as well. I’ve had a fan page for my podcast, Fire On Your Head, for about 4 years now. In the last year or so fewer and fewer of those […]

How To Get Your Podcasting Mojo And Launch Your Show


I remember reading an article somewhere online last year that said podcasting as we know it has already largely disappeared from view as attention has increasingly turned to social media over recent years.  The author of the article asked why has such a popular technology had received such a small amount of attention. If I […]