4 days a week can change your life “Too busy” is the number 1 reason people don’t read their Bibles. “Too distracted” is number 2, even though 93 percent of Americans have 4 or more Bibles in their homes. Our media-driven culture keeps us from what could significantly change our lives—a relationship with God. Research from the Center for Bible Engagement shows that if you’ll read the Bible only 4 days a week, you’ll make better choices and positive changes in your life. But Christians who read the Bible less than 4 times a week lead lives that are statistically the same as unbelievers who never read Scripture.Hope 4 Today is based on a 4-day schedule to help you revitalize your life. Endorsed by many influential leaders in Christianity today, Kathleen Cooke’s short devotions will help you to seek God, grow in hope, share your faith, and stay connected to God in a distracted culture. Change your thinking from Bible-reading time to relationship-building time, and discover a vibrant, life-changing relationship with God. 4 days a week is all it takes.
|Publisher:||BroadStreet Publishing Group, LLC|
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About the Author
Kathleen is an actress, businesswoman, writer and speaker, and is a founding partner (with husband, Phil Cooke) and VP at Cooke Pictures in Burbank CA (cookepictures.com). Responsible for casting and providing creative consulting Kathleen works with many of the leading nonprofits and ministries in the country. Together, in 2013, they launched The Influence Lab (influencelab.com) focusing on redefining the Christian mission strategy in the digital age. She is the editor of the monthly Influence Women Newsletter, influencelab.com/women, and her weekly blog can be found at kathleencooke.com which focuses on developing, connecting and inspiring Christian women involved in media, entertainment, arts, and all areas of influence. As an adjunct professor, Kathleen co-directed the internationally recognized Biola Media Conference, and currently is an adjunct for Asbury University. Kathleen found/directed the West Coast/Hollywood Chapter of Christian Women In Media (CWIMA) in 2011 and in 2013 she co-founded/directed the national women’s ASCEND Conference (ascendconference.org). She is a regular column contributor to WHOA Magazine, whoawomen.com, is on the boards for Hollywood Connect, Hollywood Prayer Network, and the National Salvation Army. She regularly travels nationally and internationally speaking on topics of faith, media, leadership, and culture. Her passion is to see women mature, flourish, and find their significance beginning with a vibrant and sustaining relationship with God. You can follow Kathleen on Twitter @KathyCooke or Instagram: KathleenRCooke.