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Pastor Jerry R. Cook

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Monday Morning Church

Employment History

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  • M.Div.
    Fuller Theological Seminary
  • BA
    Seattle Pacific University
  • Doctor of Divinity degree
    Life Pacific College
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The Monday Morning Church: Out ..., 21 Feb 2012 [cached]
The Monday Morning Church: Out of the Sanctuary and Into the Streets By Jerry Cook
The Monday Morning Church: Out of the Sanctuary and Into the Streets By Jerry Cook
The Monday Morning Church by ..., 25 Aug 2010 [cached]
The Monday Morning Church by Jerry Cook
Love, Acceptance and Forgiveness by Jerry Cook and Stanley Baldwin
"'You're nothing but a bunch of garbage collectors!' That's the kind of reaction Pastor Jerry Cook has received over the years as he and his church have gotten serious about showing love, acceptance and forgiveness. When Jerry and his wife came to East Hill Church in 1965 the total membership was 23. In the next 14 years they grew to over 4,500 by 'becoming the Body of Christ in their own community.' To share their provocative approach to ministry, Jerry teamed with free-lance author Stanley Baldwin to produce a highly readable account of how he has applied biblical principles to real people seeking real love, real acceptance and real forgiveness."
The Signal, 23 Mar 2002 [cached]
Pastor Jerry R. Cook is forming Freedom's Way Baptist Church, which will begin services this Sunday at Valencia Meadows Community Center, 25671 Fedala Road, with Sunday School at 10 a.m., worship services at 11 a.m. and Bible study Wednesdays at 7 p.m. Info: (661) 714-5650.
Easter services at Crystal Cathedral run March 15-30The "Glory of Easter" passion play will run today through March 30 at the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove.Ticket information: (714) 54-GLORY.
Lecture Tuesday on current relevance of Passover"Reliving the Exodus" will explore the mystical insights and the historical lessons of Passover and Jewish survival, starting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Chabad House, 23120 Lyons Ave., Suite 19.
Prophetic Horizons: January 2014, 1 Jan 2014 [cached]
For many years, Jerry Cook was the Senior Pastor of East Hill Church in Gresham, Oregon. The church grew to become a large and influential ministry under Jerry's leadership. East Hill's influence wasn't due to its size but to the voice released through its leadership to the greater Church body. Jerry gave us the ability to see a model of leadership in operation that was unique on the Spirit-filled landscape. He taught us to become thinking Pentecostals and not to live in the fear that our thinking would somehow chase the Holy Spirit away. While sitting in a gathering of pastors, I asked Jerry: "How do you make decisions? He replied, "When we have a decision to make, we look at all our options. We then choose the one we think sounds the most like God. Then we begin walking down that road." I asked another question, "What if you made the wrong decision?" Jerry answered, "God has always been faithful to pick us up from the wrong road and put us on the right road, if our hearts were right." As Jerry's answers to my questions circled within my mind, I realized I had been given one of those life-truths I would be unpacking for years to come. Jerry not only gave me insight into his leadership style but also into the heart of God. Jerry's answer deposited several insights into my life: Decision-Making Should be Collegial Jerry used the word "we" five times to describe how he made decisions that affected the ministry of East Hill. He did not lead from a solitary position. Jerry invited his team to make decisions with him.
Of all the things I learned that day with Jerry Cook, this one was the most significant.
These insights from Jerry Cook have allowed me to grow in the most important element in decision-making: learning about and trusting in the heart of God.
Regal Books author Jerry ... [cached]
Regal Books author Jerry Cook dies
Regal Books author Jerry Cook dies
Regal Books author Jerry Cook died Jan. 11 at his Kirkland, Wash., home. He was 75.
Cook served in Christian ministry for more than 52 years as a pastor, author, professor, speaker and advisor. He wrote many popular books, including his best-selling Love, Acceptance, and Forgiveness (Regal Books).
Cook was the pastor of East Hill Foursquare Church in Gresham, Ore., for 19 years before moving to Kirkland in 1985, where he joined the ministry staff at Eastside Foursquare Church. In addition to his writing and pastoral duties, he served as a conference speaker across the globe.
Cook is survived by his wife, Barbara, two daughters, two sons, four grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
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