Kathleen Cooke Articles

How to Allow God to Clothe You in This Time of Quarantine and Beyond

How do I look?We aren't asking ourselves that question or caring much about our looks since the COVID-19 outbreak has...
How You Can Have #NoFear During the Pandemic and Beyond

How You Can Have #NoFear During the Pandemic and Beyond

Are you getting high on fear? According to sociologist Margie Kerr, in a CBS Sunday Morning television news story, people do. They actually crave and thrive on being afraid. It's one of the top reasons why Halloween is so popular and why we like scary movies,...

How God Wants to Nourish Your Soul in This New Year

How God Wants to Nourish Your Soul in This New Year

Tick, tick, tick goes the clock as we watch the falling ball in Times Square drop in New York City and the realization of another year dropping. As children, we all wanted to get older as quickly as possible. Getting older meant freedom, but as adults, we find that we...

How to Be a Trustworthy Friend in a Culture of Distrust

How to Be a Trustworthy Friend in a Culture of Distrust

Never in history has the concept of "trust" been so undermined. The connectivity of the internet delivers information so fast that it overwhelms us until we don't know what or who to trust. Statistics show that isolation is growing and causing depression rates to soar...

Feeling Like a Nobody? This Woman’s Story Offers Hope

Feeling Like a Nobody? This Woman’s Story Offers Hope

Does God really care about our social media numbers or how many "likes" we accumulate? The Bible states in Matthew 10:30 that God sees the number of hairs on our head and values us. And, in Chronicles 16:9, it says that God's eyes search the world looking for those...

4 Real-Life Tips to Help You Traverse Life’s Long Haul

4 Real-Life Tips to Help You Traverse Life’s Long Haul

When I was a child, my dad ran the beach at Donner Lake, California. You may have heard or read about the historic story of the pioneers who became stuck at the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains (often compared to the Swiss Alps) and ended up having to cannibalize...

This Weekend, Let’s Celebrate the Messiness of Motherhood

This Weekend, Let’s Celebrate the Messiness of Motherhood

Gilda Radner died tragically early in life. Although she greatly desired to have children, she never was able to but said this about being a mother, "Motherhood is the biggest gamble in the world. It's a glorious life force. It's huge and scary—it's an act of...

Wake Up, Royal Princess, and Seek the Savior’s True Love

Wake Up, Royal Princess, and Seek the Savior’s True Love

She didn't care about who she married as long as she could get married in Disneyland. Reading about this young 17-year-old Arab teen and her conversation with her girlfriends in Saudi Arabia was eye-opening. She and her girlfriends had grown up watching Disney movies....

How to Face the New Year With Hope, Not Despair

How to Face the New Year With Hope, Not Despair

2019 has begun, and the year is off like a rocket ship toward new targets. But issues in our past and ones we often try to ignore unfortunately still keep rearing their evil heads.World hunger, sexual injustice, cancer, global warming, political turmoil and terrorism...

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