“What is the best advice you’ve ever been given?” A simple question, one that has the potential to lead to meaningful conversation. This is the question that Sadie Robertson uses when she interviews her guests on her podcast WHOA That’s Good.
Robertson, devoted to her strong Christian faith, is a best-selling author, television star, and the host of “WHOA That’s Good.” If you’re looking for an impactful listen that will have you nodding in agreement, saying “amen” under your breath, or thinking “whoa, that’s good,” then this is the podcast for you.
As a part of Robertson’s Live Original movement, this podcast is intended to build unity through community, by having moments of honest conversation to discuss some of the highs and lows that everyone encounters in life.
Robertson has interviewed many Christian public figures, including Hillsong Church singer and song-writer Brooke Ligertwood, member of Bethel Music collective Cory Abury, and author Rebekah Lyons.
The podcast incorporates biblical truths, insightful advice, and light humor to empower and encourage the listener. The advice includes bits about gratitude, the beauty of imperfections, purpose, and more.
Each podcast ends with a segment where Robertson calls her mother to ask her opinion on the advice given in that episode. The mother-daughter duo then labels the advice as good or bad. This part of the podcast allows the listener to feel as though they are part of the Robertson family by being a fly on the wall during the conversation.
“WHOA, That’s Good” with Sadie Robertson is released weekly and can be found on most podcast services.