JWMM EVENT PHOTOS
“Preaching to the Jew first, and also to the Greek.”
Born in Kentucky, raised in Ohio, and educated in West Virginia, Dr. SteveCook is certainly a confused Appalachian. Steve was saved at age 15, andhas served the Lord in various ways. After playing football for MarshallUniversity under Jack Lengyel, Steve taught and coached in public schoolwhile serving the Lord in his local church. After his call to preach, hepastored 12 years before joining JEM as Evangelism Outreach Director in2003 and served until 2013. In 2013, Dr. Cook launched Jewish Worldwide Mission Ministries, Inc. (JWMM).
Israel & Prophecy
Dr. Cook preaches many Israel & Prophecy conferences worldwide. He uses PowerPoint to enhance his sermons on current events and end-time prophecy.
Residing in southern Ohio, Steve travels across the USA and worldwideconducting evangelistic outreach, preaching on prophecy,missions, revivals, and Bible conferences. He also conducts Jewish Evangelism seminars in Bible colleges around the world. His travels have taken him to Ukraine, Israel, Philippines, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, England, France, Cuba, Kenya, Tanzania, Africa, and other countries.Dr. Cook has authored several books, including a commentary on the Song of Solomon, entitled “The Shulamite and the Shepherd.” He has also authored “The SevenFeasts of the Lord”, “The Desire of My Eyes: Our Journey from Courtship to Cancer”, “9 Wars of End-time Prophecy”, and several studybooklets.Steve and Cosie were married on August 1, 1975. They have twodaughters, Kelli and Kristen, and 3 grandsons, Jacob, Benjamin, andNathaniel, and 2 granddaughters - Kaysen Ryan and Mattilyn Rose.
Cosie had a godly influence upon our two daughters, Kelli and Kristen, as well as with our grandsons, Jacob,Benjamin, and Nathaniel, and on our 2 granddaughters, Kaysen and Mattilyn. Though afflicted with "lupus" for several years, Cosie always maintained a positive attitude. She was very supportive and instrumental in our work of the ministry, though her health hindered her in her latter years..
Cosie was diagnosed with AML (Acute Myloide Leukemia) on September 26, 2017. She battled this terrible disease for 9 months. She had a bone marrow transplant on March 12, 2018, which was successful. A biopsy showed that she had no signs of leukemia cells in her blood. However, on June 11, 2018, Cosie developed a bacterial infection that led to MRSA, Sepsis, and her immune system, having been compromised by her BMT, was unable to fight off the infection. Cosie went home to be with our LORD on June 12, 2018. Though our hearts are broken, and we miss Cosie very much, we have God's promise that we will one day be reunited in glory! For that promise, we are eternally thankful. We long for the day we will see our LORD and our wife, "the Desire of Our Eyes" (Ezekiel 24) once again.
Cosie’s love of the Lord and her love of children were apparent to all that knew her. She drew children like a magnet draws metal.