JWHA is proud to announce Whitmer Cast, a new podcast created by JWHA members.
In reflection of our annual conference, Whitmer Cast will bring you a cornucopia of podcast hosts, essays, and historians to share the joy of restoration history with a broader audience. As the first historian of the early restoration movement, John Whitmer chronicled the beginnings of Joseph Smith’s Church of Christ (Church of the Latter Day Saints, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) from its inception. Whitmer Cast, produced by the John Whitmer Historical Association, is proud to continue John Whitmer’s legacy in highlighting the fascinating field of Mormon restoration and Community of Christ studies.
Podcasts will be released on a semi regular basis, so stay tuned to our social media posts and website for new releases! We hope you enjoy the content.
|You can find our latest episodes on these sites:|
|Amazon Music||Audible||Breaker||Castbox||Google Podcast||Itunes|
|Episode 1: Smith’s Tunbridge Farm with Mark Staker||Colby Townsend interviews Mark Staker regarding his new book, Joseph and Lucy Smith’s Tunbridge Farm published by John Whitmer Books. Staker discusses his process of archaeological discovery around the farm, what he gleaned in surveying this priceless plot of land. Artifacts uncovered inform much about the day-to-day life of the early Smith family and the surrounding area. You can find Mark Staker’s newest book here.|
|Episode 0: An introduction to the Whitmer Cast.||What you can expect every episode, who we are. A brief History of the John Whitmer Historical Association.|
As always, we are an organization that relies on one another for our success. If you have an idea for new content or want to volunteer to be a podcast host or editor, please contact the podcast team at firstname.lastname@example.org. We welcome the opportunity to work with you to share new material with our fellow members.