HOPE 4 TODAY

New Paperback Edition!

Hope can change your life! The first edition of Kathleen Cooke’s popular devotional "Hope 4 Today: Stay Connected to God in a Distracted Culture" sold over 40,000 copies. Now in paperback, this devotional will revitalize your spiritual life and help you shake off the dust of the pandemic!

Research confirms that reading the Bible four or more times a week creates visible changes in a person’s life. Hope 4 Today’s four-day-a-week devotional plan makes spending time in God’s word easy for anyone to accomplish.

Hope 4 Today will keep you focused and connected to God. Get your copy today!

Media executive, writer and inspirational speaker, Kathleen Cooke and her husband Phil Cooke are co-founders of Cooke Media Group and the nonprofit The Influence Lab. Along with her monthly blog, she oversees the weekly Influence Lab Journal for media and entertainment professionals and is author of the devotional, “Hope 4 Today: Stay Connected to God in a Distracted Culture.”.”

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