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Are you managing stress or is your stress managing you? What practical steps can you take each day for sustained emotional, spiritual and relational health? In the Rhythms for Life podcast, authors, speakers, and founders of Q Ideas, Gabe Lyons and Rebekah Lyons, invite listeners to journey with them and expert guests into transparent conversations brimming with practical advice. From artists, nutritionists and psychologists to thought leaders, advocates and entrepreneurs, listeners will mee ...
 
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In this episode of the Rhythms for Life podcast, we talk to Well-Watered Women Co. Founder and author, Gretchen Saffles, about what it means to water your soul from the well of God’s word and embracing your story. Gretchen shares her healing journey from an eating disorder and how that shame is a transformative part of her story. In her latest book…
 
John Mark Comer joins Gabe Lyons on this episode of the Q Ideas Podcast for a conversation about what Christian leaders need to understand about deconstruction and progressive Christianity. John Mark is one of 70+ leaders joining us at this year’s Culture Summit, taking place April 22-23 in Nashville and online. Want to participate? Register now at…
 
In this episode of the Rhythms for Life Podcast, Gabe and I talk to friend, speaker, and best-selling author, Jon Acuff, about how overthinking inspired his latest book, Soundtracks. After transforming his life by changing the soundtrack playing in his mind, he joins us to share how he went from overthinking to dreaming and taking action towards ac…
 
How can we heal the racial divide in our time? Duke Kwon and Gregory Thompson argue the answer lies in reparations. Together, they are the authors of the new book, Reparations: A Christian Call for Repentance and Repair. In this episode, Duke and Greg are joined by pastor Mika Edmondson to examine both the theological and practical elements of this…
 
In this episode, pastor Jon Tyson joins Gabe Lyons for a conversation about the issues he sees as being most important for our current cultural moment. Originally from Adelaide, Australia, Jon moved to the United States twenty years ago with a passion to seek and cultivate renewal in the Western Church. He now serves as lead pastor of Church of the…
 
Gabe and I talk about the upcoming Q 2021 Culture Summit in this special bonus episode of the Rhythms for Life podcast. I’m so excited to participate in this event alongside influential leaders like Hosanna Wong, Jada Edwards, Matt Chandler, John Mark Comer, and more—and I hope you’ll join us. Over 15 years, these gatherings have given thoughtful C…
 
In this episode of the Rhythms for Life podcast, we talk to lead pastor and author, Joshua Gagnon, about the resilience and perseverance it takes to continue dreaming even when you feel disappointed and discouraged. God gives each of our lives a unique vision, but it can feel overwhelming trying to fit all of the pieces together on our own. In his …
 
Across America, many church buildings are sitting on acres and acres of unused green space. Quite literally, Joey Lankford sees this as an untapped mission field. His organization, Cul2vate, grows and delivers local produce to those in need of food while offering jobs and training to those in need of a second chance. In this episode, Joey shares ho…
 
This week we talk to radio and podcast host, and best selling author, Andrew Farley, about what it means to live from the heart and the freedom that comes from knowing God. We have an in depth conversation about some of our most basic faith fundamentals. It's so easy for us to get caught up in all of the ways to be in relationship with God that we …
 
Dr. Preston Sprinkle joins Gabe Lyons for a timely and important dialogue on gender identity and the Church’s role in this complex conversation. Through his work as a biblical scholar and president of the Center for Faith, Sexuality and Gender, Preston is a leading expert in this conversation. He is also the author of the new book Embodied: Transge…
 
In this episode of the Rhythms for Life podcast, I talk to Money Saving Mom and best selling author, Crystal Paine, shares the four most important choices we can make as parents to lead from a place of love instead of stress. Her new book, Love Centered Parenting, is full of real life examples of how she transformed her parenting fears of failure i…
 
On this episode of the Q Podcast, Gabe and Rebekah Lyons sit down to discuss our opportunity to unite with other believers and lead well in this cultural moment. They also share a first look at Culture Summit—this year’s Q Conference taking place in Nashville and in communities around the world this April 22-23. Want to learn more about how you can…
 
In this episode of the Rhythms for Life Podcast, Gabe and Rebekah talk to So Worth Loving Founder and author, Eryn Eddy, about what it means to give up performing for public acceptance and love and rest in the unconditional love and acceptance that comes from God. They also talk about the how social media has impacted our ability to connect and be …
 
In this episode, Gabe and Rebekah talk to speaker, theological scholar, and hilarious storyteller, Lisa Harper, about her new 100-day devotional, chainsaw fiascos, and the power of God’s love and redemptiveness. We discuss the importance of looking back to remember where God showed up in the peaks and valleys of life. Lisa’s new book, Life: 100 Day…
 
In this special episode of the Rhythms for Life Podcast, Gabe and I talk to best selling author of Love and Respect and our personal marriage counselor, Emerson Eggerich, about how marriages are under fire more than ever before. Everyone has felt it; the sadness, loss, longing, anger, frustration, exhaustion, and despair. Some marriages don’t make …
 
Perhaps the most central calling for any Christian is to “go and make disciples.” However, there remains a lack of true discipleship in so many western churches. In a season when everything’s gone online, it’s more important than ever for us to learn the strategies and principles necessary for effective digital discipleship. We dive into what this …
 
In the latest episode of the Rhythms for Life Podcast, Gabe and I talk to founder of Bottle of Tears and author, Lindsey Wheeler, about how she finds purpose and community even in the midst of pain. Through heartfelt essays, scripture, and prayers, Sacred Tears: Simple Reminders That God Sees You and Loves You reminds us that our suffering is not i…
 
Why is “fun” something we should be paying attention to, especially as Christian leaders? Annie F. Downs shares her perspective—and why this conversation matters—in this podcast interview with Q Ideas president Gabe Lyons. This conversation is part of our new Q Ideas Book Tour, where each month we go deeper with your favorite authors—and maybe some…
 
Where do you find your inner peace? Today Gabe and I talk to dear friend, author, singer-songwriter, and worship leader for Passion Conferences and IF:Gathering, Christy Nockels, about how she lives her life in cadence with God’s peace and love. In her new book, The Life You Long For, she shows us how to let go of hustle and achievement and instead…
 
In the wake of the horrific racial injustice that came to light in 2020, we've been forced to reckon with the reality of racism and injustice in American society. From protests in the streets to social media campaigns, this is a moment that demands our attention, but still, many pastors and church leaders remain unsure of how to best engage. This p…
 
If you just pay attention to small occurrences and people in your life, you'll see how God is showing up. We had dear friend, father, speaker, and best-selling author, Jonathan Pitts, back on the Rhythms for Life podcast for Season 3! He released his latest book, My Wynter Season, where he details his journey of grief and healing after suddenly los…
 
In this episode, Gabe and Rebekah talk to best-selling author and counselor, Sissy Goff, M.Ed., LPC-MHSP, about how teens are having to overcome anxiety in a virtual world. Sissy spends most of her days talking with girls and their families, with the help of her counseling assistant/pet therapist, Lucy the Havanese. Sissy has been the Director of C…
 
With its oldest members now filling college campuses and entering the workforce, Gen Z is emerging as an increasingly influential generation—a trend that is only likely to continue in the years to come. In the midst of this, what do pastors and church leaders need to know to best reach and engage this new generation? That a question we engage on th…
 
What does fun mean to you? In this episode, Gabe and Rebekah talk to author, podcast host, and expert on fun, Annie F. Downs, about how fun is an integral part of God’s plan for all of our lives. They also talk about how they’ve embraced being amateurs and why play is so important in our desire to live joyful lives. LINKS: Check out Annie’s new boo…
 
Perhaps more than ever, it seems many western Christians are feeling the need to deconstruct their faith. Amid this reality, many questions remain. Where do we get our desire to deconstruct? How can we know when this deconstruction is a helpful practice—and when can it negatively impact our faith? These are questions we dive into on this episode of…
 
Little things make a big difference - especially when you’re leading a family. In this episode, Rebekah and Gabe talk to Emmy Award–winning talk show host, former broadcaster, New York Times best-selling author, and dear friend, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, about how flashlight nights turned into some of her family’s most vulnerable, free moments. They al…
 
January is all about setting rhythmic intentions. In this episode, Rebekah talks to She Reads Truth Founders, Raechel Myers and Amanda Bible Williams, about how to create space to encounter God, setting rhythmic intentions for the new year, and some of the biggest lessons they learned in 2020. The ladies also share details about the She Reads Truth…
 
Hospitality can be shown in many, creative ways and just saying a simple thank you can leave a big impact - especially in a global pandemic. In this episode, we talk to is Proverbs 31 Ministries speaker and New York Times bestselling author, Karen Ehman, about how hospitality has changed her life. She shares her five creative ways of noticing your …
 
Gabe and Rebekah talk rhythms of rest with two-time national champion, first-round NFL draft pick, Heisman Trophy winner, and author, Tim Tebow. Tim has taken his athletic gifting off the field and is tackling his calling through his work at the Tim Tebow Foundation. Gabe and Rebekah share what Tim’s event Night to Shine has meant to their family a…
 
If you’ve ever thought, “I cannot do this anymore,” this conversation is for you. Former divorce attorney, Toni Nieuwhof, and her husband Carey, share with Gabe and Rebekah how there is a way forward that doesn’t always have to end in separation. Although divorce is common and somewhat normal in our culture, we have all witnessed the pain and the h…
 
We are kicking off Season 3 of the Rhythms for Life podcast for 2021! Gabe and Rebekah are thrilled to launch this season with none other than Rachel Cruze. In this episode, she helps listeners discover why we handle money the way we do, and what to do about it. Rachel, daughter of Dave Ramsey, grew up learning how to win with money. She understand…
 
In this episode, Gabe and Rebekah Lyons come together to reflect on some of their favorite Q Moments from 2020. As this chaotic year comes to a close, we know you’ll appreciate the chance to take a step back and reflect on what the Q Community learned this year, so you can prepare well for what might lie ahead in 2021. Want to watch these full talk…
 
This week's episode of the Rhythms for Life podcast is a special episode. We have walked through the ups and downs of this chaotic year together, and today Gabe and Rebekah want to reflect on some of the pivotal learning moments with you as we all prepare for the year ahead in 2021. Q Ideas was founded by Gabe & Rebekah Lyons in 2007 as a platform …
 
In a year of racial unrest, what can we learn from the stories of two men who challenged segregation in the 1950s? That’s a question we engage in this episode of the Q Podcast. Gabe Lyons is joined by Rev. Freddie Augustine and Gary Fleming. Now in their 70s, these two men played in one of the first integrated Little League baseball games when they…
 
Disclaimer: this episode is for a mature audience due to sensitive content. It all began when Holly whispered, "God, help me." On this week's episode, Holly Christine Hayes sits down with Rebekah and shares her vulnerable rescue story of walking out of addiction and human trafficking. This conversation serves as a wonderful reminder of the beauty t…
 
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