In this study, your group will be challenged by a fundamental lifestyle question: Should where you live dramatically shape the way you practice your faith? Each Society Room gathering will engage you through experiential learning provoked by 18-minute video presentations, essays, debate topics, and participation in a group project that contributes to your local community. This study pack includes a five-session DVD and one participant workbook. Shrinkwrapped.
Format: Other Vendor: Zondervan Publication Date: 2010 Dimensions: 8 X 8 (inches)
ISBN: 0310891736 ISBN-13: 9780310891734 Availability: Usually ships in 24-48 hours. Series:Q
Pack containing one softcover guide and one DVD. Q Studies are a new, yet historical way to explore issues of faith and culture in the context of an action-oriented, group-learning environment. Based off of the Society Room movement of the late 1600's in England-small gatherings of leaders would convene, dialogue, learn and work together to renew their culture. Q studies are based on this rich history and designed to challenge participant's innermost beliefs and preconceived ideas about life, faith, the world and their cultural responsibility. These five-session DVD studies will guide your group to examine your beliefs, change your paradigm, and take action.
Norton Herbst is a pastor at New Denver Church and also serves as Q's senior editor. Prior to this, Norton worked at North Point Community Church in Atlanta, Georgia, and helped write the Starting Point curriculum and study notes for the Starting Point Bible. Norton, Janis, and their three children reside in Denver, Colorado.
Gabe Lyons is the author of The Next Christians: The Good News About the End of Christian America and the founder of Q---a learning community that mobilizes Christians to advance the common good in society. Additionally, he is the coauthor of UnChristian: What a New Generation Really Thinks About Christianity and Why It Matters, a bestselling book based on original research that revealed the pervasiveness of pop culture's negative perceptions of Christians. Prior to launching Q (www.Qideas.org), Gabe co-founded Catalyst, a national gathering of young leaders. His work represents the perspectives of a new generation of Christians and has been featured by CNN, The New York Times, and USA Today. Gabe, his wife, Rebekah, and their three children reside in Manhattan, New York