Rosenberg Podcast Reaches Millions in First Year | Inside The Epicenter | Ep. 31
Exclusive content and Biblical analysis put Inside The Epicenter in Top 3% Worldwide
An eventful year—2021 saw the rise and fall of prominent US and Israeli leaders along with chart-topping success for The Joshua Fund’s new podcast Inside the Epicenter with Joel C. Rosenberg.
Reaching more than 2.5 million views in its first year, Inside The Epicenter ranked in the top 3% of all podcasts worldwide. Captivating a growing audience searching for insight on Middle East events, co-hosts Joel C. Rosenberg and Dr. Carl Moeller covered topics ranging from private meetings with presidents and clerics to Bible prophecy about the end times.
In the latest episode, “An Eventful Year in the Epicenter,” Rosenberg and Moeller revisit some of their favorite moments on the podcast over the last 12 months, including their inspiring conversation with Pastor Andrew Brunson and his wife, Norine, about his 2-year imprisonment in Turkey.
Rosenberg also shares that one of his highlights from the year has been the opportunity to fulfill part of The Joshua Fund’s mission to educate the global Church about the Epicenter through the podcast. In almost every episode, Rosenberg lays a foundation for listeners, addressing misconceptions or answering basic questions about Israel and the region like “why do evangelicals love Israel?” and “do evangelicals hate Palestinians and Arabs?”
Other podcast highlights mentioned are Lynn Rosenberg’s testimony on how The Joshua Fund came to be and interviewing Joshua Fund staff members who serve on the Humanitarian Aid team in Israel.
Rosenberg and Moeller also comment on the effectiveness of The Joshua Fund’s strategy—especially amid Covid-19 restrictions—to bless Israel and Her Neighbors by partnering with local congregations and believers in various ways.
Inside the Epicenter with Joel C. Rosenberg is available across all major podcast platforms and provides Biblically-based teaching and geopolitical insight to help listeners interpret what’s going on in the Middle East.