A space for women to feel like they are not alone in the hardships or struggles that they are facing. Some conversations may be lighthearted, some may touch upon taboo topics, but the overall mission for this podcast is to make every woman realize that she is not alone in whatever struggle she may be going through. We are all in this together, I promise.
The Wives of Jannah podcast show offers Islamic relationship advice, Q&A episodes, reflections, and special content to support Muslim wives and couples in strengthening their marriages. Hosted by Megan Wyatt, relationship coach and founder of Wives of Jannah since 2012.
By Megan Wyatt, relationship coach and trainer for Muslims
The Almighty Creator Desires a DEEP Personal Relationship with YOU<br>Drawing close to the Almighty Creator<br><br>Detailed discussion of what it takes to develop a DEEP Personal Relationship with the Almighty Creator whose true Name is “Yah the Eternally Self-Existing”, otherwise known as “The LORD” and “God”.<br><br>The show will share little known principles in drawing close to the Almighty such that He eventually calls you His Friend.<br><br>We will also discuss diverse topics that are necessary to living life to the standards that are necessary to have such a relationship with the Creator and overcoming issues.<br><br>Relationship with Creator Radio Show is broadcast live at 3PM ET Thursdayson W4CY Radio (<a href="http://www.w4cy.com" rel="noopener">www.w4cy.com</a>) part of Talk 4 Radio (<a href="http://www.talk4radio.com" rel="noopener">www.talk4radio.com</a>) on the Talk 4 Media Network (<a href="http://www.talk4media.com" rel="noopener">www.talk4media.com</a>). This podcast is also available on Talk 4 Podcasting (<a href="http://www.talk4podcasting.com" rel="noopener">www.talk4podcasting.com</a>).
By Talk 4 Radio
The Salam, Girl! podcast features content related to building a strong confident character as an American Muslim woman. The show is hosted by Monica Traverzo and Nicole Queen, two American women who chose to convert to Islam. They share advice, experiences and interview inspirational guests to help empower Muslim women to reach their fullest potentials.
By Nicole Queen and Monica Traverzo: Muslim Podcasters
<p>The Sufi Heart podcast with Omid Safi features teachings and stories about a sacred tradition of love, one that manifests outwardly as justice and inwardly as tenderness. Drawing primarily on the wisdom of the Islamic tradition as well as the legacies of the Civil Rights movements and other wisdom teachings, Omid invites you to a meditation on the transformative power of love and recalling the necessity of linking healing our own hearts with healing the world. </p><p>Omid Safi is director of Duke University’s Islamic Studies Center. He specializes in the study of Islamic mysticism and contemporary Islam and frequently writes on liberationist traditions of Dr. King, Malcolm X, and is committed to traditions that link together love and justice.</p><p>Omid is the past chair for the Study of Islam at the American Academy of Religion. He has written many books, including <em>Progressive Muslims: On Justice, Gender, and Pluralism</em>; <em>Cambridge Companion to American Islam</em>; <em>Politics of Knowledge in Premodern Islam</em>; and <em>Memories of Muhammad</em>. His forthcoming books include <em>Radical Love: Teachings from the Islamic Mystical Traditions</em> and a book on the famed mystic Rumi.</p><p>Omid is among the most frequently sought out speakers on Islam in popular media, appearing in <em>The New York Times</em>, <em>Newsweek</em>, <em>Washington Post</em>, PBS, NPR, NBC, CNN, and other international media. He leads spiritual tours every year to Turkey, Morocco, or other countries, to study the rich multiple religious traditions there. The trips are open to everyone, from every country. More information is available at <a href="http://www.illuminatedtours.com/" target="_blank">Illuminated Tours</a>.</p>
By Be Here Now Network