Above: Gabe Lyons. Source: America’s Best Hope
Opinion polls constantly tell the story of a many people’s disaffection with organised religion, but does this go to the issue of Christianity itself? In our everyday walk can individual Christians make all the difference? That’s an organising principle of Q Ideas, best described as a community shaped by a way of thinking about issues.
Q Ideas has various national and international forums including in Australia to raise questions about living out our faith in the public square and imparticular contributing to the common good.
About Q Ideas and Gabe Lyons
Gabe and Rebekah Lyons founded Q in 2007, a learning community that mobilises Christians to advance the common good in society. Described as “sophisticated and orthodox” by The New York Times, they convene leaders in America’s most influential cities and equip them to engage public life in winsome and thoughtful ways. Gabe is the co-author of Good Faith: Being a Christian When Society Thinks You’re Irrelevant and Extreme (Baker 2016), author of The Next Christians (Doubleday 2010) and co-author of UnChristian: What a New Generation Really Thinks About Christianity and Why It Matters (Baker 2007). These books and the numerous writings and events Lyons’ hosts are credited with shaping a new imagination for how the Christian church can live faithfully and engage modern times.