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Cultural Counterfeits: Confronting 5 Empty Promises of Our Age and How We Were Made for So Much More
Jen Oshman writes, “There really is more to this life, but it can’t be found in our own conjuring, our own identity creation and curation.” In our search for meaning and purpose, we can be influenced by idols like outward beauty and ability, sex, abortion, and gender fluidity. Even good things like marriage and motherhood can become symbols of idolatry.
These counterfeits may leave us feeling hollow and unsettled. Where should we turn instead? Jen equips us to reject the empty, cultural promises of our age and recognize our unshakable and eternal identities in Jesus. Addressing timely topics such as the sexual revolution, LGBTQIA+, social media, and feminism, Jen provides compelling cultural analysis and engaging discussion questions to help us uncover God’s good design and purpose for our lives. We really were made for so much more.
Jen Oshman has been in women’s ministry for over two decades as a missionary and pastor’s wife on three continents. She’s the mother of four daughters, the author of Enough about Me: Find Lasting Joy in the Age of Self, and the host of All Things, a podcast about cultural events and trends. Her family currently resides in Colorado, where they planted Redemption Parker, an Acts29 church.
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