Last fall, in bold fashion, GRAMMY-nominated, multi-platinum rocker John Cooper
rebelled against relativism in his book Awake & Alive to Truth (Finding Truth in the Chaos of a Relativistic World).
After nearly 10 printings and winning the Book Impact Award at this year’s K-LOVE FAN AWARDS
, Cooper’s debut as an author is finally available on audible
at the member price of $10.46 or 1 credit, and the regular price of $14.95. The physical book is also still available at www.johnlcooper.com/awake
, and the Kindle edition and physical are also available on Amazon
Cooper recently made his first appearance on Focus On The Family’s national daily broadcast where he encouraged listeners to stand strong for the Christian faith and to defend Biblical truth while sharing stories about how his own faith has grown over the years.
On October 7th at 8pm ET, Cooper will host the Facebook Live Bring Your Bible event celebration for Bring Your Bible to School Day (BYBSD), a nationwide, student-led movement of over 500,000 kids that bring their Bibles to school and share God’s Word with friends, and what means to them. Students of any age can participate, and after signing up, they’ll receive all kids of activities, games, acts of service, and personalized ways they can get into God’s Word. During the FB live event, students from all over the country will join in and celebrate bringing their Bibles to school that day along with the leaders of Bring Your Bible, and Cooper will introduce his good friend, Rebecca St James, to share her new single, “Dawn.”
“I’m kind of quite passionate about telling young people, ‘hey, you live in a time when people are not shy about saying what they believe,'” Cooper says. “In fact, whatever school you go to, you’re probably being taught things that we, as Christians, would find offensive. The world is not shy about saying who they are and what they believe, so why should we be shy about the words of life?”
SKILLET recently released their brand new single
and music video
for “Surviving the Game,” a “defiant song about not giving in to the fear that the world is and has been experiencing,” Cooper says, “This song brings a feeling of survival; you have to do what you need to do in order to get your life back; a defiance against fear and the things that want to hold you down – for so many that’s depression, isolation, lonelieness, suicidal thoughts, etc. This song is about becoming the person you are meant be and coming out on the other side of all the madness.”