In this episode, Gabe and Rebekah Lyons come together to reflect on some of their favorite Q Moments from 2020. As this chaotic year comes to a close, we know you’ll appreciate the chance to take a step back and reflect on what the Q Community learned this year, so you can prepare well for what might lie ahead in 2021. Want to watch these full talks and conversations? Join the Q Media community! Get your first month free with code "freemonth" at qideas.org/about-qmedia.
In a year of racial unrest, what can we learn from the stories of two men who challenged segregation in the 1950s? That’s a question we engage in this episode of the Q Podcast. Gabe Lyons is joined by Rev. Freddie Augustine and Gary Fleming. Now in their 70s, these two men played in one of the first integrated Little League baseball games when they were 12 years old. In this conversation, they talk about what that experience meant to them, how it’s shaped their understanding of race in America, and the hope they have for the tensions we face now.
To go deeper into this conversation, check out Long Time Coming—a documentary that tells the story of this historic baseball game. You can stream it on Q Media when you start a subscription at qideas.org/about-qmedia.
How should Christians think about the environment? That’s a question Dr. Rusty Pritchard helps us engage in this episode of the Q Podcast. Rusty serves as Vice President of Tearfund USA, an organization that works alongside the local church to overcome poverty and injustice. He is also a resource economist who has worked at the interface between international economic development and global environment sustainability for nearly 30 years. In this conversation, Rusty 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.