In Episode 27, you will hear from Gabe Lyons, Founder of Q and Author of Good Faith: Being a Christian When Society Thinks You’re Irrelevant and Extreme, talking with Phil about:

  • The why, what, and how of Q and Q Commons, and what led Gabe to start them
  • How to effectively engage others when they think that you’re irrelevant and/or extreme
  • How asking and answering four questions can help us to tackle the toughest issues we face in culture
  • Statistics showing how most of society believes that Christians and people in ministry, including those involved in orphan care, are irrelevant and extreme
  • The importance of collaboration and how Gabe has collaborated with others to create resources helping parents, parents to-be, and doctors better understand Down Syndrome

We’ll also hear about:

  • A mail bag question on the use of social media to discuss the complexities of orphan care
  • “Thoughts from the Field” from Herbie Newell, President of Lifeline Children’s Services, sharing with us what he believes is one of the biggest issues the orphan care movement is facing today
  • The latest installment of “Phil and Kelly Recommend”

 

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