Q Ideas reintroduces Christians to their historic responsibility to renew and restore cultures.
Gabe Lyons is the co-author of Good Faith, unChristian, and authored The Next Christians as a manifesto for how Christians can faithfully lead in a changing culture. He is the founder of Q, a learning community of Christian leaders where they are equipped to engage our cultural moment.
Gen Z and the Gospel – Sadie Robertson, Gabrielle Odom and Mark Matlock
Gen Z is emerging as an increasingly influential generation—a trend that is only likely to continue in the years to come. Mark Matlock outlines research on the preceptions of Gen Z. Then, Gen Z leaders Sadie Robertson Huff and Gabrielle Odom talk about how to best reach this generation.
What our culture gets wrong about deconstruction – John Mark Comer
It seems many western Christians are feeling the need to deconstruct their faith. How can we know when this deconstruction is a helpful practice—and when can it negatively impact our faith? Gabe shares an excerpt featuring John Mark Comer from Q's recent Q&A Virtual Townhall event.
Overcoming our greatest affliction – Andy Crouch
We are the most powerful generation ever, but also the loneliest, most anxious, and most depressed. We’re meant to flourish in heart, soul, mind, strength, and relationship — yet culture asks us undermine our personhood to acquire power. Andy Crouch reminds us what the Gospel has to offer in this moment.
The Burden is Light – Jon Tyson
Pastor and author Jon Tyson offers insight into how we can allow Jesus to shoulder this burden for us, and how that empowers us to more freely and fully seek God’s kingdom on earth.
Kingdom Virtues – Tony Evans
What Attributes Represent God's Ways on Earth? The Kingdom of God enables people to live their fullest life within God’s love and provision, and Tony Evans talks about what it means to be Kingdom-oriented in our thinking, actions, and faith to bring the rule of God’s love to earth.
Long Time Coming – Rev. Freddie Augustine and Gary Fleming
Gabe Lyons talks with Rev. Freddie Augustine and Gary Fleming who in the 1950's played in one of the first integrated Little League baseball games when they were 12 years old. Their story is told in the documentary "Long Time Coming."