20 Best Orphan Podcasts
Here are 20 Best Orphan Podcasts worth listening to in 2023
ThinkOrphan, the podcast for orphan excellence, helping you navigate the global orphan crisis with experts from around the world.
Play⋅ 1.1K⋅ 291 ⋅2 episodes / month ⋅ Avg Length 63 min ⋅ Apr 2016 Get Email Contact
Austin, Texas, US
Welcome to Around The World With The Archibald Project! My name is Whitney and together with my husband Nick, we started The Archibald Project! Caring for orphaned and vulnerable children is one of the most important jobs in the world, but often people are too overwhelmed to get involved or lack the support they need to keep going. Our podcast is a place where you can easily find answers, encouragement, and support. Because when you thrive, children thrive.
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Play⋅ 11.9K ⋅2 episodes / month ⋅ Avg Length 44 min ⋅ Feb 2016 Get Email Contact
Birmingham, Alabama, US
The Defender Podcast is a ministry of Lifeline Children's Services where we seek to equip the body of Christ to manifest the gospel to vulnerable children and families. We hope this podcast will provide encouragement, inspiration, and ways to connect with others who have a heart for the orphan.
Play⋅ 22.5K⋅ 4K ⋅1 episode / day ⋅ Avg Length 37 min ⋅ Jul 2017 Get Email Contact
There are many children in the world growing up in institutions, who are available for adoption and need to be adopted. We aim to give those children a voice. Our podcast will cover individual orphans around the world, as well as other issues related to the world of adoption.
Play⋅ 3.4K⋅ 74 ⋅1 episode / month ⋅ Avg Length 9 min ⋅ Jun 2018 Get Email Contact
Saint Joseph, Missouri, US
This monthly podcast tells the stories and testimonies of the broken children who arrive at the orphanage called 'Casa de mi Padre' (My Father's House) in the mountains of Santa Cruz del Quiche. Join us and hear the great testimonies of the work God is doing every month here! And Join us in praising God for his faithfulness and all that He continues to do here!
Play⋅ 481 ⋅1 episode / month ⋅ Avg Length 15 min ⋅ Sep 2020 Get Email Contact
There is a term for most bereaved people. For those who have lost a husband, the word widow. For those who have lost a wife, the word widower. For those that have lost parents, the word orphan. Through this podcast series, Jeanne van den Bergh, a social worker in private practice and life coach who specializes in trauma and bereavement counseling, aims to offer guidance and support to parents who have lost a child.
Play 1 episode / month ⋅ Avg Length 18 min Get Email Contact
7. Adult Orphan
Adult Orphan is about managing the world without parents. Host Brittany Devon lost both parents by the age of 27. Dealing with the family estate, grief of traumatic loss, and everything in between, this is a community for an honest conversation about healing and growth when we endure beyond our stories.
Play⋅ 326 ⋅2 episodes / year ⋅ Avg Length 11 min Get Email Contact
This is a podcast by men for men to provide them with insight into what it is truly like to live in the calling found in James 1:27, which is the root of orphan care. In each episode, Deon will sit with men who are actively working or part of orphan care and explore the different complexities found within this ministry. With that, our vision is to encourage and motivate men worldwide to get involved in the incredible need that is orphan care.
Play 1 episode / quarter ⋅ Avg Length 32 min Get Email Contact
When a church divides over an issue, idea, etc there can be orphans left in the middle. It's time to add hope to the narrative.
Play 4 episodes / year ⋅ Avg Length 27 min Get Email Contact
Nermien Riad, Coptic Orphans' Founder and Executive Director, has one-on-one conversations with cool Copts from all around the world. Stay up to date with Coptic Orphans' latest programs and hear from cool Copts from all over the world by tuning in to Cool Copts Doing Cool Things biweekly.
Play⋅ 78.2K⋅ 8.8K ⋅2 episodes / quarter ⋅ Avg Length 23 min Get Email Contact
12. Orphans No More
New York, US
Hosted by Justice For Orphans co-founder & President, Sandra Flach, the show covers all orphan, adoption and foster care related topics. Guests are local foster and adoptive parents, adult adoptees, agency professionals, and orphan ministry leaders from across the US and around the world.
Play⋅ 1.7K⋅ 66 ⋅12 episodes / quarter ⋅ Avg Length 62 min ⋅ Dec 2018 Get Email Contact
13. The OCA Podcast
Louisville, Kentucky, US
The OCA Podcast is meant to be a source of encouragement and information for anyone and everyone caring for vulnerable and hurting kids and families.
Play⋅ 3.7K⋅ 1.9K ⋅ Mar 2020 Get Email Contact
Cartersville, Georgia, US
From the NPO Orphan Aid Liberia comes The Love Period Podcast. Join host Jacob Burson as we hear stories from leaders, groundbreakers, risk-takers, and pioneers who took a leap of faith into the unknown to the movement they lead today.
Play⋅ 13.3K⋅ 9 ⋅ Sep 2018 Get Email Contact
Saint Paul, Minnesota, US
This barely brushes the surface when it comes to an adoptee making their way through life. There are few resources for people like Erika & Resa, so they created their own. Initially, as co-workers, they discovered they were from the same orphanage in Bogota, Colombia. Despite the similarity, they have very different stories and have become like sisters through this connection to their roots. They will interview family, friends, each other, and dive into the psychological impact of adoption from all angles.
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Play⋅ 283⋅ 1 ⋅2 episodes / quarter ⋅ Avg Length 52 min ⋅ Nov 2019 Get Email Contact
Montgomery, Alabama, US
Weekly Show with teaching from Philip D Cameron and a focus on his mission work to Eastern Europe rescuing orphan's from being caught up in human trafficking.
11.2K⋅ 150 ⋅11 episodes / quarter ⋅ Apr 2019 Get Email Contact
Chicago, Illinois, US
This podcast was created to share the stories of 'Home Kids'. These are men and women who were raised at Angel Guardian Orphanage in Chicago. This is an opportunity to hear first-hand accounts of what life was like growing up in an Orphanage. Some stories are happy, while others are sad. My husband, Norm was there from first grade and graduated HS there. Many like himself are so grateful for A.G.O. as they truly do not know where they would be today if not for A.G.O.
Play⋅ 192⋅ 51 ⋅ Oct 2020 Get Email Contact
Orphan Podcast Topics
|Topic||Number of episodes|
|Kids & family||15|
|Wheeler and woolsey||1|
|Edward g. robinson||1|
|The aldrich family||1|
|Old time radio||1|