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Q educates and equips Christians to engage our cultural moment. Our method of learning is simple: exposure, conversation and collaboration. Listen to the Q Podcast to learn, explore and consider how you can be faithful in our cultural context.

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Q educates and equips Christians to engage our cultural moment. Our method of learning is simple: exposure, conversation and collaboration. Listen to the Q Podcast to learn, explore and consider how you can be faithful in our cultural context.

    Episode 143 | Rings of Fire: Leonard Sweet

    Episode 143 | Rings of Fire: Leonard Sweet

    Preacher, teacher, scholar and bestselling author Leonard Sweet joins Gabe Lyons for a thought-provoking conversation about our chaotic cultural moment and how Christians ought to prepare for an uncertain future. In his newest book, Rings of Fire, Leonard maps out the future for the church in a sweeping survey of the twenty-first century. In the face of eruptive and disruptive culture changes from economics and communications to bioethics and beyond, Len helps us understand how we fight fire with fire, not only catching up to our culture but leading our friends and neighbors to the feet of Christ. 

    • 39 min
    Episode 142 | The Art of Waking Up: Seth Haines

    Episode 142 | The Art of Waking Up: Seth Haines

    Writer Seth Haines joins Gabe Lyons for a candid conversation about how we handle the inevitable pain of life and where we can find healing, wholeness and freedom. Seth is the author of the award-winning book, Coming Clean: A Story of Faith, and the newly released title, The Book of Waking Up: Experiencing the Divine Love That Reorders a Life. Seth shares how we can “wake up,” embarking on a journey toward the only Love worth adoring, the only Love that cures a soul. 
    Amid life’s inevitable pain, author Seth Haines shares how we can find healing, wholeness and freedom.

    • 28 min
    Episode 141 | Irresistible Faith: Scott Sauls

    Episode 141 | Irresistible Faith: Scott Sauls

    How Do We Leave Things Better Than We Found Them?
    In a tired and cynical world, what if Christians became the best advertisement for Jesus? Over time, their movements would become irresistible to every nation, tribe and tongue. Building on ideas expressed in his recently released book, Irresistible Faith, Scott Sauls will give us a blueprint for pursuing this vision in our current moment, of redeemed individuals and a renewed community working for a restored world.

    • 14 min
    Episode 140 | Lessons from a Salt Mine: Margaret Feinberg

    Episode 140 | Lessons from a Salt Mine: Margaret Feinberg

    What Does It Mean To Be The Salt Of The Earth?
    Researching her latest book, Taste and See, Margaret Feinberg traveled far and wide - even 410 feet down into a salt mine - to understand how our appreciation of food affects the way we consume Scripture. In her talk, Margaret shares this experience and its spiritual implications.

    • 16 min
    Episode 139 | The Harm of Privilege: Amy Julia Becker

    Episode 139 | The Harm of Privilege: Amy Julia Becker

    What Responsibilities Come with Privilege?
    The notion that some might have it better than others, for no good reason, offends our sensibilities. Yet, until we talk about privilege, we'll never fully understand it or find our way forward. Through her own story, Amy Julia Becker will show us how a life behind a white picket fence can restrict even as it protects, preventing us from loving our neighbors well.

    • 15 min
    Episode 138 | The Great Opportunity: Josh Crossman

    Episode 138 | The Great Opportunity: Josh Crossman

    What is the future of evangelism?
    As attendance and membership at American churches continue to decline, the Pinetops Foundation estimates that within the next 30 years, between 28 to 42 million young people raised in Christian homes will choose to leave the faith. While some may see this as a discouraging statistic, Joshua Crossman sees it instead as a great opportunity—the single largest gospel opportunity in the history of America, in fact. In this episode of the Q Podcast, he shares his research and optimism for the future.
    Joshua Crossman shares what he believes to be the single-largest gospel opportunity in the history of America.

    • 16 min

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