• Founder's Faithful Award

    Stringers honored by Christian Men's Network

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  • God's Planned Reset

    The eclipse, the month of Elul, and the Days of Awe

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  • Leadership Awakening

    Look what people are saying about Doug's new book!

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  • A Word for 2017

    Stay Low, Draw Near, Incline Your Ear To Hear...

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Dr. J. Doug Stringer
Founder and President,
Turning Point Ministries
International,
Somebody Cares
America / International

Dr. J. Doug Stringer is founder and president of Turning Point Ministries International, which birthed an international movement known as Somebody Cares, a network of organizations impacting their communities through unified grassroots efforts. Doug began identifying community needs through his work in the inner-city of Houston, Texas in 1981.

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God’s Planned Reset

by Dr. Doug Stringer & Dr. Jodie Chiricosta When we forget our computer password for some indispensable app, or we think our information has been compromised, we can ask for a reset.  After a series of questions, sometimes an image verification, and maybe updating various contact information – you enter a new password and are […]

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A Church United for Healing and Hope in a Nation Divided

(Adapted and extrapolated from a previously published article by Doug Stringer in 2015) A Lasting, Inward Change For any change to be lasting and meaningful, it must come from an inward change. The nation and the Church need a revival of character. We need leaders who love the people they are called to serve more […]

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Reflections on Providence & The Fourth of July

Reflecting on this July 4th, I’m reminded of how much I have to be grateful for. I’m grateful for all the sacrifices made by so many for the liberties and freedoms we all enjoy today. I’m also reminded by the words of our first President, George Washington. “We have God to thank for America’s Birthday.” […]

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NO “SOUR GRAPES” EXCUSES!

As children, we all had a tendency to excuse our own bad behaviors, or to project or shift blame when we were caught doing something we shouldn’t have been doing. It’s only with maturity that we become willing to accept responsibility for our own actions. As a mentor and friend, the late Dr. Edwin Louis […]

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