As we wrestle with the global coronavirus pandemic, pastor and New York Times bestselling author Tim Keller offers thoughtful context, reflections and hope for the way forward. In this episode, he 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.
In today’s culture, what does it look like for faithful Christ-followers to never settle? That’s a question Greg Holder helps us consider in this episode of the Q Podcast. Greg is the author of a new book called Never Settle: Choices, Chain Reactions and the Way Out of Lukewarminess. In this conversation, Greg helps us see how our everyday decisions, habits and relationships have incredible potential for world-changing, redemptive impact—especially amid a challenging, uncertain season like the one we’re all currently living through.
In a divided, isolated and confusing cultural moment, what can we learn from the history of our country and those who came before us? From its founding to now, Pat Murdock argues that throughout American history, we see a long line of leaders, visionaries and change-makers who were inspired by the values of faith and liberty. As the executive director of the new Faith & Liberty Discovery Center coming to Philadelphia in 2021, Pat shares why this historical perspective is so important for our current moment—and how we can apply those same values to advance good today.