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The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill
Christianity Today is globally respected as a source of news, commentary, and resources for Christians across a wide spectrum of traditions and denominations, engaging more than 4.5 million people each month at ChristianityToday.com. 2021 finds CT in a time of growth and transition under new leadership, including a significant expansion of media work, with The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill being the single largest effort: an in-depth 12=part narrative exploration of a story that was front page news at the New York Times and Washington Post. Interviews that feature people who've never spoken on the record about their experiences before, behind-the-scenes audio, and twists in the story that have never been revealed. Ad partners will find Christianity Today (and this podcast)'s audience to be highly engaged, thoughtful, and eager to support advertisers' work that supports the news and stories they care about most. Hosted by Mike Cosper, this podcast takes you inside the true story of Mars Hill Church in Seattle – from its founding as part of one of the largest church planting movements in American history to its very public dissolution—and the aftermath that followed. You’ll hear from people who lived this story, experiencing the triumphs and losses of Mars Hill, knowing it as both an amazing, life-transforming work of God and as a dangerous, abusive environment. The issues that plague Mars Hill and its founder, Mark Driscoll — dangers like money, celebrity, youth, scandal, and power—aren’t unique, and only by looking closely at what happened in Seattle will we be able to see ourselves.
Weird Darkness: Stories of the Paranormal, Supernatural, Unsolved and Unexplained
ABOUT WEIRD DARKNESS... "Bolt your doors, lock your windows, turn off your lights, and come with me into the Weird Darkness…" *** "Voted #2 in "Best Horror/True Crime Podcasts" for the year of 2020 by Podcast Magazine. *** “Best Storytellers in Podcasting” for 2019 by Podcast Business Journal *** *** “Storyteller-Drama” finalist for the People’s Choice Podcast Awards in 2019. *** Darren Marlar tells true stories of the paranormal, supernatural, legends, lore, mysterious, macabre, unsolved and unexplained - with episodes posted daily, even on holidays. Weird Darkness has been compared to “Coast to Coast” with Art Bell, “The Twilight Zone” with Rod Serling, “Unsolved Mysteries” with Robert Stack, “In Search Of” with Leonard Nimoy, and others. Weird Darkness can be found everywhere such as Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Spreaker, Stitcher, and everywhere else you listen to podcasts, including media platforms like YouTube, TuneIn, iHeart Radio, and you can even ask your home’s smart device (Echo, Siri, etc.) to “Play the Weird Darkness podcast.” DEMOGRAPHICS & MORE... As of February 2021 the podcast was receiving over 750,000 downloads per month. Weird Darkness is heard worldwide, with 78% of listeners from the USA. 6% in the UK, 6% in Canada. Listeners of Weird Darkness are typically over the age of thirty-five, and over half being over the age of fifty-five, and over 67% of all listeners being male. Over 60% of all listeners do so using Apple Podcasts. Spotify 11%. Almost 87% of all listeners consume the podcast via smartphone. 64% IOS, 25% Android. The audience of Weird Darkness is fiercely loyal, sending emails to the host, leaving reviews, liking the Facebook page (Facebook.com/WeirdDarkness), and the Facebook group (Facebook.com/groups/MarlarHouse) is very active and growing fast. HISTORY OF WEIRD DARKNESS… It was in late September 2015 that the pilot episode “Mothman: The Enigma of Point Pleasant” was posted… not as a podcast, but as a video on YouTube. The next month it was decided to move forward with a regular series at two videos per week, focusing on subject matter such as ghosts, unsolved mysteries, true crime, conspiracies, and anything else that is strange, dark, or bizarre. While Weird Darkness did find fans on YouTube, the growth was slow. A year later in October 2016 it was decided to also offer the episodes in podcast form by simply re-posting the audio from the YouTube videos. It was then that the show truly began to find its base and began growing… fast. Another year later, and in October 2017 the difficult decision was made to stop making videos entirely and focus solely on the podcast (audio-only) version. Doing this not only increased the quality of each episode, but allowed Darren Marlar to post more often – eventually creating new episodes every weekday, and archive episodes on the weekends. The show exploded in popularity. In doing so, Weird Darkness generated over one-million downloads in the first six months immediately following the October 2017 change – and continues to grow even more quickly today with no hint of slowing down. As of September 17, 2019 the podcast was receiving over 678,000 downloads per month! Weird Darkness was named one of the “Best Storytellers in Podcasting” for 2019 by Podcast Business Journal. And was a finalist for the “Storyteller-Drama” award for the “People’s Choice Podcast Awards” in 2019. Weird Darkness has also been recognized widely in the press by Business Insider, Podcast Magazine, Beyond the Bleak, and others. NOTE: I do not currently work with Chartable
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