BOOKS (read testimonies below) AND DANCE WORKSHOP INFORMATION:
Go to http://www.amazon.com/author/denisecookgodfrey for information on books. Books are available in paperback and Kindle format. SEE ALSO BELOW
Books are also available at the Spirit Filled Christian Bookstore in Birmingham, AL, 1400 3rd Avenue West!
You may also receive an autographed copy of the books by clicking on the “buy now” button to the right. Your autographed book will be mailed to you within 2 weeks.
WORSHIPPING GOD, SERVING GOD: THE MARY-MARTHA SYNDROME BOOK AND BIBLE STUDY GUIDE:
SO YOU SAY YOU CAN PRAISE DANCE……..NOW WHAT?
THE DAY I DANCED UNDER AN OPEN HEAVEN
UNEQUALLY YOKED-THE PLEASURES OF SIN LASTS FOR A SEASON
Dance Workshops (read the testimonies below)
The ministry is currently offering praise and worship dance mentoring through workshops! Workshops consist of liturgical dance through expressions and creative signing, mime, dance choreography, basic technique skills, and the biblical foundation for dance from the Word of God. To book a workshop, contact us at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org or on facebook at Denise Cook Godfrey.
ONLINE DRAMA COURSE- If you are interested in learning to write and direct your own Gospel Stage Plays, go to the page for “Drama in the Church” for details on signing up!
Deeper Worship Dance Choreography Online Course is available! If you missed the live sessions, no worries! You can get the recordings and the course material. Contact me at via facebook message at Denise Cook Godfrey or leave a reply here! You may also email me at email@example.com
Contact Minister Godfrey at firstname.lastname@example.org to book speaking or preaching engagements for Women Conferences or any other spiritual event. Also, contact her for information on Gospel Stage Plays.
**Please also consider donating a contribution to assist the ministry. Please be assured that your gift of love is sown in good ground. May God bless you! Click on the “donate” button to the right.
Here are testimonies we’d like to share with you:
“I gained several things from the worship dance mentoring through Minister Denise Cook-Godfrey. Some coming from one-on-one teaching, some from just being in her presence and experiencing her worship in dance, some from listening and seeing her operate and minister through spoken word: Just a few things I experienced. .. 1. It’s possible to dance with technique and still be anointed. 2. It’s ok to want to perfect your gifts and talents. 3. You are to operate in the spirit with dance (prophetic, war cry, worship, praise, etc) just as you do any other spiritual gift. 4. Your level of intimacy in relationship with God flows over into your dance ministry…Having a heart for the people and particularly the younger generation, Minister Denise wants to develop the people spiritual and physically to be the best at who and what God has called them to be. It’s all about love and service to God.
The dance worship mentoring is very much recommended and I learned things I can incorporate into my own ministry as well as the children’s dance ministry.”
LaShayla Cochran, Dance Coordinator for Freewill Worship Center, Goodwater, AL
“I recently got to see Denise present a piece that was self-choreographed to “Alabaster Box”. She was able to take me as well as the others watching her, through space and time and use dance as an act of testimony and deliverance. I told God, what a wonderful thing He had done through her and then told her myself afterwards. It’s always an honor and a treat to see a dance daughter, such as Denise, branch out on their own and carry the torch of dance ministry to touch others and cause a ripple effect in the Kingdom of God!”
Minister Jeanna Sumners
“Disciples of the Dance” – Author (Book)
Dance and Performing Arts Co. – Assistant Director
Facebook: Disciples of the Dance
“My experiences under Sister Denise’s mentoring classes were amazing! I was so nervous and scared in the beginning. She made me feel so calm and at ease. She showed patience. Her dedication to God also leaked out to dedication to me. I learned a lot from her. Sister Denise is a great Teacher and Woman of God!”
“The Day I Danced under an Open Heaven“ is easily one of the most NEEDED, penned work in the industry of the worship arts. As I read the manuscript, I was moved to worship. If you are ready for “on earth as it is in heaven”; for heaven to kiss earth in your life; apply the principles mentioned in this book and begin your journey to an earth-shattering, 1 Kings 18:36-39 kind of worship.” Paulette Rolle-Alesnik of “Dare to Dance Inc.” Author-“Dare to Dance”
“In a day and time when people are searching for something higher than themselves in order to have a better quality of life, “Worshipping God-Serving God” is that something! It is in worship that we bond and have intimacy with God. Our worship has an effect on our serving! Mary could get to what Martha was doing (serving), but Martha could not get to what Mary was doing (worshipping). This book shows us the dynamics and power of our worship and serving. DeForest Godfrey, Assistant Pastor, New Beginning Ministries
In “So you say you can praise dance “My friend Minister Denise Cook Godfrey guides the reader through the foundations of effective dance ministry leadership. I love how she teaches in the text that the praise dancer must begin with a personal relationship with Jesus, private prayer, and private worship. Then the dancer graduates to public dance ministry.
Author “Phenomenal Choreography For Worship”
Dance Minister, Speaker, and Ministry Success Coach www.thepraisedancelife.com
Christine Wells, the victim of a loveless home, and the recipient of bullying from her peers, soon finds a relief more beneficial and satisfying than the escape through her mind’s fantasies. The novella begins with Christine entering the 9th grade and ends with her being a young woman in her late twenties. Unequally Yoked is told about Christine soothing herself with the boys, then men who’d come into her life to take advantage of what she had to give–her body.
Throughout her life, Christine reminisces about her late grandma’s teachings about the Lord. She can also sense a calling from the Spirit to get her life in order, although she attends church faithfully.
The author tells a sensitive story by delving into Christine’s family secrets and her desire to eventually become a one man’s woman by marrying a preacher. Although the subject is sex, this author tastefully tells this truthful story (most pulpits neglect) in a strategic, yet powerful way.
“Drama in the Church? (Tips for Writing and Directing Your own Gospel Stage Play)”
I took this course!! Awesome workshop…really good content by Denise Cook-Godfrey!! Wish I had taken it before I preformed my first stage play. Definitely will use it to help guide me next time!! Thanks Denise!