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What Is Possible When We Risk In Relationship?


Finding God in Unexpected Places

Krish Kandiah is the author of God is Stranger and the founding director of Home for Good, a charity seeking to make a real difference in the lives of vulnerable children. Believing we meet God when we welcome the stranger, Krish shares how an unscripted life helps us experience and

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Eyes Of A Child

There are 1.9 billion children in the world, 400 million of which live in extreme poverty. With so many suffering the consequences of war, displacement, and circumstances outside of their control, how can we inject life, hope and promise for a future they can hardly imagine? Rich Stearns, President of World Vision,

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Q Backstage: Krish Kandiah (God Is Stranger)

Is it possible that we have missed the Bible's consistent teaching that God is other, higher, stranger? Krish Kandiah, author of God Is Stranger, shares about the tension and beauty of the mystery of God. How should we wrestle with a God we don't understand with our minds yet open

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Can Israelis and Palestinians work together toward peace? In this clip from their talk at Q Nashville in April 2014, Bassam Aramin (a Palestinian) and Robi Damelin (an Israeli), both of whom have lost children in the conflict, talk about their unlikely friendship and their work together.

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Q Backstage: Heather Avis

We had the chance to sit down with Heather Avis, author of 'The Lucky Few' to talk about adoption, Down Syndrome and what it means to advocate for others.

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After the Pen

Approximately 2.2 million people are in jail in the U.S.; 60 percent of incarcerated males are African-American. Disproportionately, only 12-13 percent of the American population are black males. People of the Second Chance see an opportunity for renewal in these otherwise bleak statistics. The members of this organization host what they

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Refugee Hospitality

Convicted by the refugee crisis to do something tangible for a family facing the terror of being forced from their home, author Ann Voskamp and her family adopted a refugee family. They committed to take care of certain needs for a year - physical needs as well as needs for

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Trauma As A Place Of Service

What can we do? It's the natural question after a disaster. Our hearts break for the hurting and the grieved. We want to reach out, to help. As citizens of planet earth we are regularly and often confronted with the problem of pain, with the reality of human suffering. Natural

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