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Q Ideas educates and equips Christians to engage our cultural moment. Our method of learning is simple: exposure, conversation and collaboration. Listen to the Q Ideas Podcast to learn, explore and consider how you can be faithful in our cultural context.
 
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Rhythms for Life

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Rhythms for Life

Rebekah Lyons and Gabe Lyons

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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 ...
 
“Win Today” is a weekly podcast hosted by Christopher Cook, aimed at equipping modern, soulful, wellness-minded men and women to confidently show up each day, fully-alive in their true identity, spiritually, emotionally, and physically. Join the conversation with world-renowned leaders, bestselling authors, and experts-in-field who will help you design your roadmap to wholeness from the inside out.
 
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“Donald Trump is a textbook narcissist.” We’ve all heard that many times over the past 6 years. But what, exactly, does that mean? What is a narcissist? And what makes mental health professionals believe that our former president is one? Join us as Dr. Karyne Messina from Suburban Hospital | Johns Hopkins Medicine discusses narcissism, as well as h…
 
In today’s episode, we're talking about how to develop the breakthrough muscle, fake positivity, and why everyone reaches the failure point of their most developed strength. Joining us is one of my best friends, NBA performance coach, David Nurse. From the day I met him, he has exuded a razor-sharp focus and energy for life, and his passion is to h…
 
In a culture focused on outcomes and success, are Christians called to live any differently? Author and spoken word artist Hosanna Wong argues the answer is yes. Through an original spoken word poem and a powerful talk, Hosanna challenges us to be those who are intentional about listening to God—first and foremost. Want more talks like these? Start…
 
This week, the holiday season begins, and along with that often comes wonderful holiday gatherings. But in many cases, those family gatherings might be awkward. If you're headed into this week thinking, "I hate how politically charged family gatherings become. How do I dodge these situations?" or “I love my family, but they drive me nuts at holiday…
 
We were designed to create and co-create. How do feelings stemming from shame prohibit our ability to fulfill that calling? How does human desire play into this conversation? Dr. Curt Thompson helps us connect ideas between shame, desire and creating. Find more talks like this, including more from Dr. Curt Thompson, on Q Media. Start a free trial a…
 
Television’s Jenn Lyon is beautiful and famous; from the outside looking in, she seems to have it all. But Ms. Lyon has a serious eating disorder that, while in recovery, still impacts her daily life. Join us as the “Claws” star shares her lifelong struggle with food and dieting. We also discuss how the smoke and mirrors of Hollywood contribute to …
 
Today is our last episode of the Say Yes season! We could not be more grateful for each of the incredible conversations we've had including this one with our dear friends, Chris and Jenni Graebe. We must say yes to practicing healthy habits in order for any relationship to thrive, and Chris and Jenni graciously share their keystone rhythms that hav…
 
This week, we're talking about how to develop a habit of uncomplicated prayer, and how to establish and live a deeply formed life. Rich Villodas joins us today. And in preparation for this conversation, I Googled the phrase "Why am I." And what followed was no surprise at all: "Why am I so tired" and "Why am I always tired." So, I'd like to propose…
 
Over the past few years, our culture has watched at the #MeToo and #ChurchToo movements rock our institutions. How can we, as Christians, be a people that champions the vunerable, protects the weak and redeems the God-given place of power? Dr. Diane Langberg offers her clinical and theological perspective on these questions and how Chrisitans can n…
 
This week, we're talking about clinical depression and the downward spiral, but also, how to hold on when you want to let go. Sheila Walsh, our guest today, is going to share her story through clinical depression and even shed light on her experience with medication, therapy, and what resurfaced through the pandemic in 2020. In a profound statement…
 
In our culture, it’s cool to talk about justice. But are we actually advancing good? In this powerful talk, artist and activist Danielle Coke challenges us to move beyond performative allyship and live into our true calling as Christ-followers. Want more talks like these? Start a free trial to Q Media, our online learning platform for Christian lea…
 
It’s that time of year again — the holidays are upon us! We all want that to mean family, parties, and good cheer. But what if that isn’t working out for you? What if you have trouble getting along with your family or you have trouble navigating drinking at holiday parties? Join us as Dr. Nicole Washington helps us out with some quick hints and tip…
 
Do you ever want to shut down? Today on our Say Yes season we speak with Lisa Whittle who knows this feeling well. She graciously and vulnerably shares how we can shoulder the hard, uncomfortable areas of life and ultimately be transformed and encouraged to keep showing up. Lisa shares how she continually discovers the good that never leaves us, in…
 
This week, we're talking all about emotional abuse; the ins and outs of how to recognize the abuse, how to heal from the abuse, and how to protect others from its insidious effects. Joining me are two trusted friends, Dr. Dave Strubler, whose 40-plus years in organizational leadership and social work have given him an up-close view of emotional abu…
 
It can feel unproductive and hopeless to talk about the state of public life in America today. The upcoming generations are increasingly disillusioned that the world is going in a positive direction. Is it possible to overcome the divide in our nation and fight for a society that encourages the diverse thought? AEI's Faith & Public Life Director, J…
 
Resilience is a word we’ve been hearing a lot lately, but does anyone really understand what it means — or if you have it? Good Morning America’s chief medical correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton knows a thing or two about resilience. In today’s episode, she helps us understand it, too. Join us as we learn what we all need to know to be resilient in …
 
Have you ever caught yourself striving? Today's Say Yes season conversation with Ruth Chou Simons will do the incredible work of helping us all pinpoint what it is that causes us to work tirelessly and anxiously toward something. This is a breath of fresh air! With practical steps for recognizing striving and releasing stress, Ruth walks us through…
 
This week, we're joined by my good friend, psychiatrist, and author, Dr. Curt Thompson. About today's conversation, Curt said, "Most of our well-intended attempts to counter the storms of our inner and outer lives involve identifying our problems and devising solutions for them. But in our hurry to diagnose and treat our diseases of the soul, we ar…
 
How is God moving in the next generation? In this episode of the Q Ideas Podcast, Luke LeFevre shares the powerful ways he’s seen God move in his city, pointing to hope for revival in this generation. Luke leads a local movement among teenagers in Nashville that has led hundreds to respond to the gospel, and he also founded Revival Coalition, which…
 
Are we using the wrong criteria to diagnose mental illness? The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) is the gold standard used by healthcare professionals as the authoritative guide to diagnose mental health conditions. But is it the best tool for clinicians to use? Were you even aware there are other options? Today’s guest, …
 
Have we been called to impress the world or serve it? We are thankful for this week’s Say Yes season guest, Hosanna Wong! She is a kind and bold friend who shares her own journey and what she’s learned along the way. Hosanna reminds us to walk in our true identity and live in communion with Christ, unafraid to share His story and love with others. …
 
This week we're talking about the exhaustion of explaining yourself and how to risk with courage. Today, Dave Hollis will unpack why "When we're feeling frustrated and unfulfilled, the source of our discontent can often be traced back to the gap that exists between who we are at our core and how we feel like we have to show up to get affirmation fr…
 
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