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What Can One Person Do? Guided by the strength of her beliefs and convictions, Shannon Sedgwick Davis formed an unlikely alliance that helped stop the atrocities of Joseph Kony and his Lord's Resistance ArmyBy Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
Scott Harrison of Charity: Water talks about his work to bring clean water to the world's needy. Plus, global food security is one of the United Nations' top sustainable development goals this century. Dan Clark of Convoy of Hope helps us understand how we might solve this global problem.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
Rebekah Lyons talks with Miles Adcox about emotional wellness. She also talks about her new book that introduces four life-giving rhythms that will help you trade your anxiety for the vibrant life you were meant to live: rest, restore, connect, and create.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
Dana Tanamachi shares her story and insights into what compels her to create, with a focus on the creative process of her commissioned work in partnership with Crossway - designing an illuminated Bible for the modern eye.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
Jordan Raynor talks with Gabe Lyons about his framework for how to embrace entrepreneurship and creativity as a means of glorifying God, loving others, and making disciples of Jesus Christ.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
With the oldest members of Generation Z entering their 20s this year, Mark Matlock will help us better understand the aspirations of this increasingly influential generation. Also, hear a preview of a new QMedia-exclusive podcast Rhythms for Life with Gabe and Rebekah Lyons.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
Kevin Kelly of Wired Magazine talks about how our technology often spurs creativity in people to tackle problems. Jeremy Cowart sits down with Gabe Lyons for a candid conversation about inspiration, creativity and the ideas that can shape culture.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
What's the importance of creative, out-of-the-box thinking for tackling many of our cultural issues? Jeremy Cowart, an award-winning photographer, artist and entrepreneur, talks about his mission in life to “explore the intersection of creativity and empathy.” Also, you'll hear a sample of the Q Media exclusive podcast, "Book Notes."…
 
Where Can We Unify On The Environment? Joel Salatin talks about how Christians should own the ideas of creation care to honor our Creator, instead of nature worshippers. Jason Fileta shares his perspective on how we can come together and bring hope to the world’s most impoverished communities.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
Joel Salatin of PolyFace Farms talks about the importance of sustainable farming practices and how Christians can lead in expanding their use. Jason Fileta of TearFund USA explains why addressing climate and other environmental issues would help some of the world's most vulnerable.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
As Gabe Lyons and Greg Thompson continue the "Six Practices" series, they talk about the importance of community, what it is, and what it means to be a people of hospitality.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
What does it mean to be part of a community? Is it different to invest in the Church or in the places you live and work? In this episode, Greg Thompson and Gabe talk about the importance of community, what it is, and what it means to be a people of hospitality.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
The way that we build character depends on how we approach even the littlest habits and moments of our day. What does it mean to live out our faith in our daily habits? Greg Thompson continues with the fifth part of this series.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
The core of who we are is our identity. In the 4th episode of "Six Practices of the Church," Greg Thompson speaks to the importance of knowing who we are. When we lose sight of identity, we stray away from our God-given purpose.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
The church has always clung to core beliefs. In this time of turmoil, how can can the church lead by example? How can we become reacquainted with what Christians have always believed?This is part 3 of Greg Thompson series on the six practices of the church. Listen to Part 1 here and Part 2 here.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
Gabe Lyons and Greg Thompson discuss the importance of context in the six practices of the church. How do we love our neighbors well in this cultural moment? You can listen to Part 1 here.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
The Christian church in the West is struggling to embody faithfulness in a rapidly changing culture. Gabe starts this seven-part series with Greg Thompson to unveil six church practices that have always brought hope to the faithful and love to their communities. You can listen to Part 2 here.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
Julie and Brian Mavis talk about how they are helping transform foster care in Colorado, providing a vision on how every state can offer a turnaround story to children in need. Plus, Austin and Christi Davenport share about the essence of marriage and true love as a Down Syndrome couple.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
In a culture filled with questions about sexuality and gender, can Christians engage in this conversation with both theological faithfulness and courageous love? Dr. Preston Sprinkle leads a panel discussion on how Christ followers can consider the difficult questions surrounding faith, sexuality, and gender.…
 
We take a look at research on how Christian organizations lift people up in times of need in ways that few other institutions or government programs can. Plus, Pastor Rick McKinley of Imago Dei Church in Portland trains their members to become restorers in the community.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
How do we learn to listen again? Bobette Buster discusses how recovering this human skill is essential to recovering civility, respect and understanding one another. Reena Hajat Carroll shares how intentional listening made a difference in the wake of the Ferguson shootings.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
Somethings how we think about issues leads us to getting stuck in ruts. This can cause problems in how we relate to others about difficult topics. Dr. Gregory Berns shares evidence from neuroscience about how we can begin to think differently.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
As Christians are left wondering how to navigate being salt and light in a twenty-first century world, Jo Saxton offers ideas on how to respond to sin and corruption in ways that bring restoration and flourishing for all. Plus, an introduction to QMedia.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
A bedrock principle of our nation is its ability to accommodate diverse beliefs and practices, but this is challenging and citizens of the U.S. are more polarized than ever. Professor and author John Inazu talks about how Christians can help the nation live together peacefully and honor our differences.…
 
Gideon Strauss describes how “principled pluralism” allocates freedom of conscience, worship, and practice. Os Guinness discusses how learning to listen and respect people, and support freedom for people to live by their conscience leads to a productive peace.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
Raised as a Muslim, David Nasser provides testimony to the challenges of coming to America as “the other,” and the impact the Church had on helping him find his place and his faith. World Vision's Steve Haas along with Sheikh Mohammed share about their collaboration in helping Syrian Refugees.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
How much does our polluted environment contribute to our diseases and sicknesses? Mitch Hescox of the Evangelical Environmental Network and Lyndsay Moseley of the American Lung Association explain the connection. Rusty Pritchard shows how pollutants and waste often end up in places populated by the poor.…
 
How are women’s lives improving and deteriorating around the world? Shannon Sedgwick Davis of the Bridgeway Foundation share stories about women around the globe who are working to improve the lives of other women and their communities.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
Lisa Thompson of the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, talks about the factors contributing to an environment of exploitation and how to build environments committed to the flourishing of all women. Jefferson Bethke speaks on the objectification of women with an emphasis on the larger problem of commoditizing and devaluing humans.…
 
What parts of American history are not often taught? The son of an American woman and a Navajo man, Mark Charles, will remind us of the other side of the story. Charles and Souixsan Robinson of The Red Road talk about what the reservation system has done to Native Americans.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
As people seeking to make an impact for the Gospel, we're often heavily burdened. Jon Tyson offers insight into how we can allow Jesus to shoulder our burdens, empowering us to more freely and fully seek God’s kingdom on earth.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
The Kingdom of God enables people to live their fullest life within God’s love and provision. Tony Evans helps us think through what it means to be Kingdom-oriented in our thinking, actions, and faith to bring the rule of God’s love to earth.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
What does it look like to love people, even the difficult ones, without distinction and without limits? Bob Goff, author of Everybody, Always, talks about his work in loving people many would consider unlovable, and doing so in extravagant ways. Plus, previewing Q2019 in Nashville, April 24-26.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
“Implicit Racial Bias” refers to subconscious preferences for members of our own group. This “otherizing” has loud and lasting effects, from perpetuating racial prejudices inside society to reinforcing personal hidden biases. David Bailey talks about how diversity within the Kingdom is a reason for cultural celebration, not separation.…
 
Matt Rusten, executive director for Made to Flourish, shares practical ideas on how to empower leaders, pastors and their churches to integrate faith, work and economic wisdom for the flourishing of their communities.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
Natasha Sistrunk Robinson explores the spiritual and physical tensions of truth-telling, character and leadership development, and building bridges across racial/ethnic, socioeconomic, and gender lines.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
Gary Haugen, president and CEO of International Justice Mission and author of The Locust Effect, talks about the significance of taking justice seriously if we truly want to see an end to poverty.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
We’re meant to flourish in heart, soul, mind, strength, and relationship — yet culture asks us to undermine our personhood to acquire power. Andy Crouch reminds us of what we have to offer in this unique moment.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
Our attempts to engage culture have more often seemed to enrage it. Rich Stearns of World Vision questions what we have turned the gospel into. Have we made it safe? Have we kept it from become infectious?By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
Christian hip-hop artist Sho Baraka talks with Brett Hagler of New Story about a creative idea for dealing with the housing shortage around the world. Then Sho talks we Jose Reyes about what it means to be a third-culture American.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
Worldwide, there's an unprecedented cultural openness to the spiritual world — both divine and demonic. Yet most people lack understanding of the demonic realm. Adam Blai invites us to consider how we interact with the spiritual world.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
Skye Jethani contemplates how work is not primarily for our gain—but ultimately an opportunity to cultivate a better world. Steven Garber explains how most of what God is doing in the world happens through the vocations of his people.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
How Do We Learn To Listen Again? Bobette Buster discusses how recovering this human skill is essential to recovering civility, respect and understanding. Reena Hajat Carroll shares how intentional listening made a difference in the wake of the Ferguson shootings.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
As we wind down 2018, we present a replay of the first QIdeas with Gabe Lyons show. In it, author and pastor Tim Keller provides a fundamental perspective on why culture matters to God and therefore must matter to us.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
Staying curious and thinking well can be hard. Dr. Gregory Berns elaborates on the evidence that neuroscience is providing on how to think differently.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
As Christians are left wondering how to navigate being salt and light in a twenty-first century world, Jo Saxton offers ideas on how to respond to sin and corruption in ways that bring restoration and flourishing for all.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
Gideon Strauss describes how “principled pluralism” allocates freedom of conscience, worship, and practice. Os Guinness discusses how learning to listen and respect people, and support freedom for people to live by their conscience leads to a productive peace.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
Finding, celebrating and cultivating the good, true and beautiful, is key to how we will shape the future of our neighborhoods, cities and communities. Ann Voskamp unpacks how genuine gratitude can dynamically transform our communities.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
Does the Church have a responsibility to repair the sins of the past? Duke Kwon continues to help us imagine this unique opportunity in a concrete, restorative way.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
How should Christians relate to politics in a divisive and polarized time? As Americans grapple with the results of the most recent midterm election, Gabe Lyons sits down with Michael Wear to discuss the answer to this question.By Gabe Lyons - Faith Radio.
 
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