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Women's History Chapel: Ruth’s Grit: Courageous Commitment and the Workings of God

Kathleen Cooke

    • Monday, March 25, 2024
    • 9:30–10:20 a.m. Pacific
  • Calvary Chapel
  • Hosted By: Spiritual Development
  • Open to: Alumni, Faculty, General Public, Parents, Staff, Students

Cost and Admission

This event is free to attend.

Today’s “all about me” culture drives women to dominate and to make a name and a place for themselves. Why is the historic book in the Bible titled Ruth and not Naomi? Or Ruth and Naomi, since both speak almost the same number of words? Do we belittle Naomi for giving up and shamefully heading home? How did Ruth’s unwavering and obedient faith make her one of the most admired women in the Bible, and how can that kind of gritty faith empower women today? Media executive, producer, author, and founder of Influence Women, Kathleen Cooke, has some thoughts about the eternal rewards for courageously committing.


Kathleen Cooke

Kathleen Cooke is an award-winning producer, actor, global speaker, writer, and co-founder of the multi-award-winning media production company, Cooke Media Group and the nonprofit, The Influence Lab. She is the founder of Influence Women, a nonprofit organization for female media professionals with branches in Hollywood and multiple U.S. cities, offering career development and a faith community for women in the film, television, music, and arts industries. She was awarded a National Congressional Leadership Award in 2022 in Washington D.C and is the author of “Hope 4 Today: Stay Connected to God in a Distracted Culture.” She has appeared on top national and international radio, podcast, and television shows, including CBN and TBN, and her articles have been published by Avail Leadership, Charisma, Empowered, and Canvas Rebel Magazines.


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