Imagine a conference of rapid-fire TED-like talks on the intersection of faith and culture and you have an idea of what the annual Q Conference is like. For the past 10 years, Q has gathered hundreds of Christian leaders to this unique event. But this year’s Q Conference in Nashville was bigger than ever with
“I may have sinned in what I did,” said Dr. Mark Yarhouse, relaying what a man who had undergone sex-change surgery told him. “All I know is at the time, I felt such excruciating distress. . . . What would you have me do now?” With that question, Yarhouse, a psychology professor at Regent University
I am in Boston this week, attending my third Q conference. And like the Q conferences I’ve attended before, this one is inspiring, thought-provoking – and unsettling. Many of Thursday’s sessions addressed the gay dilemma in the church, either directly or indirectly. Though several conference speakers, including Q founder Gabe Lyons, upheld an orthodox Christian
Young mothers beware! If you allow motherhood to dominate your life, it will suck your passions dry, make you lose your identity, and lead to misery and depression! No matter how crazy it makes your life, or the lives of your husband and children, pursue your dreams! Find your calling! Be all you can be! Ever heard that message?