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Nov 22, 2021

Today Hunter and Lauren are chatting with Jen Oshman about loving God versus loving the world. Jen is a wife, a mom to four daughters, a former missionary, a writer, and a church-planting wife. Her passion is leading women into a deeper faith and fostering a biblical worldview, and she writes about that at and in her two books: Enough About Me (Crossway) and Cultural Counterfeits (forthcoming March 2022, Crossway). We pray this conversation serves to lift your eyes from worthless things and set them on our good Father, who is worthy of all of our worship and affection!





  • What are some things that compete for your affections?
  • How has God used his people and the church to help you to turn away from your idols and to look again to Christ?
  • How does understanding God’s heart to you even in your idolatry increase your love for him?
  • What Scriptures encourage you to love God above all other things? Consider memorizing those verses.
  • What might you do or change based on what you learned in this week’s episode?



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