Prayerdemic Prayers – Help is Not Cancelled

By Penny Cooke | August 12, 2020

Dear Friends, In these days of strife and turmoil, people are set against each other with differing beliefs about who did what, who is lying and who the corrupt ones are. We have no real way of knowing the truth. Only God knows the truth and who our real enemies are. Let’s look to Him…

Prayerdemic Prayers – Holiness is Not Cancelled

By Penny Cooke | August 5, 2020

Please join me in praying this scriptural prayer for America. Let’s agree together in prayer for repentance, revival and restoration. We quote 2 Chronicles 7:14 often. Let’s be sure we have truly repented, and pray that others will truly repent as well. For God calls us to holiness, as He is holy (1 Peter 1:16).…

Prayerdemic Prayers – Hope Is Not Cancelled!

By Penny Cooke | July 29, 2020

Let’s have a prayerdemic! Please join me in praying this scriptural prayer for America and the world, for He is the hope of all nations (Matthew 12:21). Let’s agree together in prayer for repentance, revival and restoration. Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord. Psalm 33:12   Heavenly Father, thank You that you…

While You Were Sleeping…

By Penny Cooke | July 14, 2020

From virus to riots to government scandals, many may be questioning, “God, where are you?” But maybe the question is where we have been. I wonder, has the enemy been using what’s comfortable in our lives to lull our soul to sleep? Could we have made it easy for the enemy to advance against us…

Let’s Start a Prayerdemic!

By Penny Cooke | May 23, 2020

(This is the transcript to go along with my talk from 5/23/20 at the LeadHer Online Conference, Lead Her to Still Waters.)   “He leads me beside still waters.” Psalm 23:2b   A gently flowing stream comes to mind when we hear “still waters,” or peaceful or quiet waters, depending on the version of Psalm…

Keep Watch…

By Penny Cooke | May 7, 2020

Keep watch and pray… Matthew 26:41 NLT   Would you agree we can’t trust everything we hear? When my son was young, there was another boy in our neighborhood close to his age who was continually running home to tell his mom my son punched him or did some cry-worthy thing to him. When his…

Yo-Yo Love

By Penny Cooke | February 25, 2020

Yo-Yo Love The yo-yo is known to be the second oldest toy in history, the baby doll being the first. The first yo-yo’s were made of clay and may have been used as weapons. No one really knows who started using the yo-yo as a toy, but it’s most often credited to a Filipino named…

Praying to the God of Immeasurably More

By Penny Cooke | February 11, 2020

Are you praying for something you need our faithful God to answer in an abundant way? I am thrilled to introduce you to my writer friend, Karen Friday, who is guest blogging for me today. If you are not following her, I hope you will now that you know her. I am always blessed by…

3 Glues to Make Your New Year’s Resolutions Stick (and an Invitation)

By Penny Cooke | January 14, 2020

We recently entered a new year and a new decade – today is the third day of the third week of the third decade in the third millennium.(click to tweet) Phew! Maybe you, like me, needed that reminder of what day it is. I’m hardly over the holidays, are you? I started the new year…

Is Christmas Ever Really Over?

By Penny Cooke | December 30, 2019

Christmas is done for another year. The presents have been wrapped and opened, the food’s been prepared and eaten, and the work of un-decorating and packing the Christmas ornaments is underway. Perhaps you’ve shopped the after-Christmas sales, returned a few items or shared your fun party photos on social media. Maybe you played the white…