Join us as our guest casts a vision for women to reject the idols of our age and find real hope in Jesus, embracing their identity in Christ and recovering His design and purpose for their lives. Learn why the Truth is so much better than the falsehoods being sold in the ‘marketplace of ideas.’
Join us for a full hour of news. We start with headlines from today and then move to a victory report for vulnerable families and protection from unjust government seizures. We finish the hour by discovering how the rich often take the poor to the cleaners on ‘green energy’ in countries that can least afford it. Get ready to think critically and biblically.
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.
Jake Warner serves as senior counsel for Alliance Defending Freedom’s Appellate Team. Since joining ADF in 2017, Warner has focused primarily on protecting the freedom of Christians to freely exercise their faith in the marketplace without fear of government punishment. He has served on the litigation teams arguing cases such as Masterpiece Cakeshop Inc. v. Elenis and Telescope Media Group v. Lucero. He has also defended religious freedom more broadly. In A.H. v. French, Warner successfully represented a Christian high school student on appeal at the Second Circuit, where the court entered a preliminary injunction that stopped state officials from discriminating against a student based on her religious status. This ruling ensured that the student could access a publicly-funded educational program on the same terms as her peers. Prior to joining ADF, Warner served as a judicial law clerk to Senior U.S. District Judge Malcolm J. Howard in the Eastern District of North Carolina. Before that, he engaged in private practice with the firm of Perry, Perry, & Perry, in Kinston, North Carolina, where he primarily represented criminal defendants in both federal and state courts. Warner earned his J.D. at Regent School of Law, graduating magna cum laude in 2011. He obtained his B.A. in history and political science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2006. Warner is admitted to practice in Arizona, North Carolina, and the U.S. Supreme Court, as well as many federal district and appellate courts
Dr. Beisner is Founder and National Spokesman of The Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation, a network of Christian theologians, natural scientists, economists, and other scholars educating for Biblical earth stewardship, economic development for the poor, and the proclamation and defense of the good news of salvation by God’s grace, received through faith in Jesus Christ’s death and resurrection. Dr. Beisner was associate professor of historical theology and social ethics at Knox Theological Seminary from 2000 to 2008 and of interdisciplinary studies (focusing on the application of Biblical worldview, theology, and ethics to economics, government, and public policy) at Covenant College from 1992 to 2000. He has been an elder in the Presbyterian Church in America and the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, planting a new congregation for the latter and serving on its pastoral staff for three years.