Kymberli Cook is a doctoral student in Theological Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary and serves as the Senior Administrator at the Hendricks Center, overseeing Cultural Engagement events and efforts, pastoral relationships, and creative design. She holds a Master of Theology from DTS and resides in Dallas with her husband and daughter.
Elisa LairdHeather ZimmermanDarrell L. BockKymberli Cook
Challenges Facing Young Women in MinistryIn this episode, Dr. Darrell Bock and Elisa Laird, Heather Zimmerman, and Kymberly Cook discuss challenges young women face in ministry, focusing on dispelling false perceptions...
Oct 21, 2014
Developing Creative LeadersHow to Develop Leadership pt.4
According to Dr. Howard Hendricks, developing leadership begins by identifying those who have the core characteristics of leadership (though they...
How to Develop Leadership pt. 2Develop Leaders Who Are Competent
According to Dr. Howard Hendricks, an important step to developing leaders is choosing the right people in the first place. This means choosing...
Jul 22, 2014
How to Develop Leadership pt. 1This is the first post in a new, four part series on how to develop leadership within your ministry or church. Howard Hendricks, in The Dynamics of Leadership, gives an outstanding...
Dec 3, 2013
A Foundation for the HolidaysHere at the beginning of December, set aside the mounting holiday plans and listen to the below chapel podcast, grainy though the five-year old recording may be…and reflect....
Sep 10, 2013
Two Things Every Leader Must HaveYes, we know there are multitudes of “lists of essential leadership traits” and “steps to be a leader” out there, but we thought we’d throw another...
Aug 16, 2013
Katie StriplingKymberli Cook
Leadership CrisisAs a leader, you have the terrifying responsibility to be someone worth following. Your followers seek direction from you as their leader, and more times than not, they will...
Aug 8, 2013
Leadership vs. ManagementLeadership Checkpoint: Are you really leading?
Being in charge does not make you a leader. Having responsibilities for a long time does not make you one either. Rather, a leader...