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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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    • 4.5 • 112 Ratings

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 174 | Prayer + Revival: Jon Tyson, Christine Caine & Corey Russell

    Episode 174 | Prayer + Revival: Jon Tyson, Christine Caine & Corey Russell

    In our current moment, what is hindering the breakthrough of authentic prayer and revival? That’s a question we dive into in this episode of the Q Podcast. Featuring an excerpt from a longer conversation on this critical topic from our recent Q&A gathering, this episode brings together leaders like Jon Tyson, Christine Caine and Corey Russel to get to the root of the problem in our churches and communities of faith when it comes to prayer and revival.

    To get access to this full conversation, plus seven more on the topics critical for Christian leadership in the year ahead, purchase a digital pass to watch Q&A on-demand at qideas.org/QA.

    • 16 min
    Episode 173 | Mental Health & Suicide: Curt Thompson, Scott Sauls & Rebekah Lyons

    Episode 173 | Mental Health & Suicide: Curt Thompson, Scott Sauls & Rebekah Lyons

    It’s no secret that the isolation we’ve experienced in 2020 has led to a significant impact on mental health—particularly for pastors and church leaders. In this episode of the Q Podcast, we’ll go deeper by listening to an excerpt from an important and timely conversation on mental health and suicide with psychiatrist Curt Thompson, pastor Scott Sauls and author Rebekah Lyons from our recent Q&A gathering.

    As the pandemic continues to affect our society—and our churches—in a myriad of ways, this conversation helps us understand how we can pursue a better way forward together.

    To get access to this full conversation, plus seven more on the topics critical for Christian leadership in the year ahead, purchase a digital pass to watch Q&A on-demand at qideas.org/QA.

    • 15 min
    Episode 172 | The Hopeful Neighborhood: Don Everts

    Episode 172 | The Hopeful Neighborhood: Don Everts

    Following the divisiveness of the U.S. Presidential election, Don Everts joins Gabe Lyons for a helpful and hopeful conversation about how we can create a better future by pursuing the common good in our neighborhoods. Don is the author of the new book, The Hopeful Neighborhood, and he serves as content developer for The Hopeful Neighborhood Project. In this interview, Don shares why he believes our neighborhoods are so important and the opportunity we have—particularly in a moment like this—to love and serve our neighbors well.

    • 32 min
    Episode 171| America’s New Totalitarianism & Christian Faithfulness: Rod Dreher

    Episode 171| America’s New Totalitarianism & Christian Faithfulness: Rod Dreher

    In this episode, Rod Dreher sits down with Gabe Lyons for an honest and sobering conversation about his new book, Live Not by Lies: A Manual for Christian Dissidents. In this book, Rod draws upon the wisdom of Christian survivors of Soviet persecution to warn American Christians of approaching dangers. Rod shares what inspired this book, why he believes America is moving toward “soft” totalitarianism, and how we can prepare to live faithfully as Christians in a challenging season ahead.

    • 45 min
    Episode 170 | God's Design for Church: Francis Chan

    Episode 170 | God's Design for Church: Francis Chan

    More than ever in our lifetimes, the pandemic has forced us to consider the question—“what is the purpose of the Church?” Francis Chan helps us engage this topic on today’s episode. Francis is perhaps most well-known for leaving his thriving megachurch in Northern California to start smaller, gospel-focused house churches. However, as the coronavirus began its spread around the globe, Francis and his family relocated to Hong Kong to serve as missionaries and spark a similar movement. In this episode, Francis shares how this pandemic moment might help the American Church become what he believes it ought to be.

    • 19 min
    Episode 169 | Breaking Generational Racism: Trillia Newbell

    Episode 169 | Breaking Generational Racism: Trillia Newbell

    How can parents best engage conversations about race with their kids? As the author of the children’s book God’s Very Good Idea, Trillia Newbell helps children and families learn to celebrate diversity, see how people from all ethnic and social backgrounds are valuable to God and understand how Jesus came to rescue all kinds of people. In this episode, Trillia points us toward theologically faithful, culturally smart and practical ways for us to teach our kids these important truths.

    • 14 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
112 Ratings

112 Ratings

Michele@LivingOurDays ,

Profoundly inspiring

I depend on the Q podcast for a gentle (and yet sometimes alarming) presentation of Christian thinking and soulful responses.

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Conserned

I love listening to the stories and seeing what the Holy Spirit is doing to our family. But I still feel like I have to discern the topics and decide which talks are going in the right direction. Calling it racist and calling it climate change are controversial, so to have a talk without a discussion seems to be one-sided. Instead I would like to see conversations in between competing views, but overall I give it a three star, five stars if I didn’t disagree with some topics.

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Love it!

These are the conversations we need to be having.

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