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Preston Sprinkle of the Center for Faith, Sexuality and Gender joins Gabe Lyons for an important dialogue on gender identity and the Church’s role in this complex conversation.  He is also the author of the new book "Embodied: Transgender Identities, the Church and What the Bible Has to Say."
Preston Sprinkle of the Center for Faith, Sexuality and Gender joins Gabe Lyons for an important dialogue on gender identity and the Church’s role in this complex conversation.  He is also the author of the new book "Embodied: Transgender Identities, the Church and What the Bible Has to Say."
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.
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.
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.
We are called to “go and make disciples.” However, there remains a lack of true discipleship in many churches.  Ed Stetzer offers research on what bring about true spiritual formation.  Jennie Allen, Jon  Tyson, and Annie F. Downs talks about the challenges of discipleship in a digital era.
Why is “fun” something we should be paying attention to? Annie F. Downs shares her perspective, explaining the importance of fun and recreation to our wellbeing.
How has our past theology perpetuate racial injustice in America? Pastors Rasool Berry, Mika Edmondson talks with David Bailey of Arrabon.  Plus, Gabe talks with Pastor Duke Kwon about a theology of repair.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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."
Rusty Pritchard of Tearfund USA helps us dive deep into the legacy of environmental injustice, the threat of climate change around the world, and the reality of skepticism in this conversation—pointing us to our unique role and worldview as Christians.
How often have you looked at your cellphone today?  How do the daily distractions like that affect our ability to love God and others?  In a message that Gabe Lyons delivered at his local church in Nashville, he talks about how we can live faithfully in our age of distraction.
Going forward, how do Christians and the Church address today's mental health crises, as well as work toward revival?  Gabe offers highlights of the recent Q&A Virtual Townhall with conversations featuring Rebekah Lyons, Scott Sauls, Jon Tyson, Christine Caine, and others.
Following the divisiveness of election, Don Everts of the Hopeful Neighborhood Project joins Gabe Lyons for a 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."
Slingshot Group’s David Miller argues for improvisational leadership and shares five core competencies that leaders need to navigate our new moment.  Francis Chan shares how this pandemic moment might help the American Church become what he believes it ought to be.
The problem of starving children in third world countries has been known to many, but most have never felt a tangible way to engage. Michael Chitwood, the founder of Team World Vision, shares what he did to help out.
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." Rod shares what inspired this book, why he believes America is moving toward “soft” totalitarianism, and how we can prepare to live faithfully.
How can parents and schools best engage conversations about race with their kids?  Trillia Newbell, author of "God's Very Good Idea," helps children and families learn to celebrate God's designs in ethnic diversity. Paige Pitts shares how and why she created an ethnically-diverse Christian school in Franklin TN.  
We are living in a culture that doesn’t  like to talk about sin, but it is a very real and active problem in our lives and world. Addison Bevere shares about the effects of sin and challenges us to recover an understanding sin’s power and how to overcome in Jesus.
Christian leaders and pastors within the American Church are debating whether to open, shut, stay virtual or enact civil disobedience. Gabe talks with John MacArthur and Andy Stanley who offer two conflicting opinions on how churches and pastors should move forward in a confusing moment.
Theologian and author Tim Keller helps us better understand the larger trends shaping our current culture, and he points toward a post-pandemic future for the Church and the world.
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Faith Radio
Podcast Status
Jan 7th, 2017
Latest Episode
Apr 17th, 2021
Release Period
Avg. Episode Length
27 minutes

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