Phil Cooke: "Your passion really isn't what leads to your purpose."
UNDISTRACTED with Laura Bennett
Phil Cooke is a writer, television producer and media specialist based in California. In 2012 his book, ‘One Big Thing: Discovering What You Were Born to Do’ became a catalyst for so many people to hone in on their unique purpose in life. Here, Phil talks about the biggest pitfalls you can make in finding your ‘one thing’, how to discover your niche and the importance of comparison.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How do you creatively engage the culture about the message of Jesus Christ? How do you use media to impact culture for good without becoming distracted by the addictive nature of social media? How to you use media to influence others for good without falling into the worlds worship of celebrities. Seeing first hand the miracles of healing through Evangelist Oral Roberts, Phil Cooke learned how to keep the message central. If you have a prayer request text the word “Encouragement” to 44222 to get connected. To support Healing Rain Podcast Give to Life Bridge Today
Some say Michael Angelo is considered to be the best artist in history. Yet in his peak, he said, “I’m still learning.” And so as creatives, we NEVER should have that feeling that we have arrived. We shouldn’t have that feeling that we have gotten there. Because at the end of the day, there’s always still some learning to do. Join our host Aaron Magnuson in this podcast episode as Phil Cooke unfolds tricks and tips on how to lead creatives. Jump in to listen! P.S. The countdown is on! Get more insights from Phil Cooke about this topic and more at The Social Media Church Conference! Share your thoughts using the hashtag #SMCPodcast #SMCConference. Show Notes: Aaron Magnuson Facebook Aaron Magnuson Twitter Aaron Magnuson Instagram Aaron Magnuson Linkedin Phil Cooke Website Phil Cooke Facebook Phil Cooke Twitter Phil Cooke Instagram Phil Cooke Linkedin Phil Cooke YouTube Phil Cooke Vimeo Cooke Media Group The Social Media Church Conference
Hollywood is a Mission Field - with Phil Cooke | Ep.025
Directed Life: The Creative Entrepreneur Show
It’s easy to complain about the ungodly direction that the entertainment industry is headed in. What’s difficult is purposing to redeem it through your career. Few Kingdom-minded creatives and entrepreneurs have really felt the weight of that calling, and much fewer have succeeded at it. Phil Cooke, President and Founder of Cooke Media Group, is one of those few. In this episode of Directed Life, I get to interview a new friend who has truly inspired my craft, career, and calling from afar. We discuss what inspires him as a creative, how he stays disciplined in his creativity, and even how he purposes to keep himself pure as he navigates through the mission field of Hollywood. 🏴☠️ Ready to share the message God’s placed in your heart at scale? Download Kap’s FREE Super Simple Content Map here: kapchatfield.com Subscribe to the Directed Life podcast, a show that equips creative and entrepreneurs to find, fund, and fulfill their calling to flip culture upside down : https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/directed-life/id1260259551 Follow Kap Chatfield on social media: Instagram: @kapchatfield Twitter: @kapchatfield LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/kapchatfield
Episode 680: Phil Cooke: Co-Founder of The Cooke Media Group, Executive Producer of Hillsong ‘Let Hope Rise’ Film
Stacy on the Right
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Ep. 86: Phil Cooke and Warren Smith Discuss Ravi Zacharias – and Character for Christian Leaders
Here at MinistryWatch we bring you news about Christian ministries, as well as the latest in charity and philanthropy, all designed to help us become better stewards of the resources God has entrusted to us.Regular listeners to the program know that these “MinistryWatch Extra” episodes are a chance for us to “go deep” with some of our editorial partners. But today, I’m bringing you something a bit different, because the guest today is not one of our editorial partners, but someone who has become a “go-to-guy” for me when I want to talk about issues of leadership, branding, and the general state of the evangelical church, and that is Phil Cooke.Phil Cooke got his start in media working on the television program of Oral Roberts while he was still a student at Oral Roberts University. Over the years Cooke has become one of the nation’s experts on the use of media in a Christian context. He has also been outspoken on the need for men and women of integrity in Christian ministries. He has been critical of televangelists. And even though he is a media and marketing expert, he says that evangelical Christianity doesn’t have a marketing problem. It has a character problem.I think he’s right. And in the light of the recent scandal involving Christian leaders such as Ravi Zacharias, James MacDonald, Bill Hybels, and Jerry Falwell Jr., not to mention the way evangelical leaders have glibly dismissed the character questions that have dogged President Trump and other political leaders, I thought it was time to have him back on the program to have a heart-to-heart discussion about some of these matters.Phil Cooke is a working producer in Hollywood who also has a Ph. D. in theology. He’s the author of a half-dozen books on media and marketing and has been a contributor to Fast Company, Forbes, and The Huffington Post. He is also a member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences as well as the Producer’s Guild of America.To find out more about MinistryWatch, go to MinistryWatch.com and hit “About Us” at the top of the page. We’ve recently added some new material there, including our latest financial statements, and our statement of faith.A couple of housekeeping items before we go. First, MinistryWatch is donor-supported. If you’d like to pitch in to make sure that MinistryWatch remains a viable endeavor, you can go to MinistryWatch.com and hit the “donate” button at the top of the page.If even a few bucks are too much, I get it. I’ve been there, too. But there’s something easy and FREE you can do to help. And that’s to rate us on your podcast app. The more ratings we get, the easier it is for others to find us on the search engines. So it’s a great way for you to help out, and it only takes a few seconds. And, by the way, though I can’t respond via the podcast app, I do read all the comments, and they’re both encouraging and helpful. So THANKS!The producers for today’s program are Rich Roszel and Steve Gandy. We get database, technical, and editorial support from Cathy Goddard, Stephen DuBarry, Christina Darnell, and Casey Sudduth.Until next time, may God bless you.
Box Breakers Part 2: A Conversation With Filmmaker Phil Cooke
Jen Tringale Podcast
Being creative is being a problem solver. In part two of the podcast conversation series Box Breakers, Jen Tringale sits down with filmmaker and media consultant, Phil Cooke, to discuss proven strategies from his background in Hollywood for breaking boxes and maximizing your influence, and how you identify the problem God put you on the earth to solve.