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One Voice, Many Colors, and the Asian American Role: Can the Church find Unity of Purpose in Time to Heal the Nation?

One Voice, Many Colors, and the Asian American Role: Can the Church find Unity of Purpose in Time to Heal the Nation? by doug stringer Our nation, as well as the Church, is in a critical transition amidst a seemingly increasing global crisis. We’re facing the consequences of eroding social and moral values, thus our [...]

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An Unlikely Spark for Revival

An Unlikely Spark for Revival by Doug Stringer (4-2-2015) Some fires begin with just a spark. In the mid-1940s, in Waco, Texas, one such spark ignited a movement out of the Baylor University campus and its effect can still be seen on the spiritual landscape in Waco today. On Palm Sunday 2015, nearly 70 years [...]

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Courageous Manhood: a spiritual breed of godly men

Last year on Father’s Day my daughter gave me a card that read, “On Father’s Day, the world revolves around you. Tomorrow, it can go back to revolving around me, thus restoring balance and harmony to the universe.” Then she wrote, “I love you daddy! You’re so handsome, mommy agrees! You’re an awesome father! I [...]

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The Dual Seasons of Warning and Harvest

Much attention has been given in the Church, as well as in the media, to the “blood moon” that occurred during the recent Passover/Easter season. This blood moon, along with the three other lunar eclipses scheduled to occur during Jewish feasts in 2014-2015, has fueled conversation about whether we are entering into a new season [...]

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New Generation of Leadership Transference…leaving a lasting legacy

We are at a pivotal juncture in history, where the torch of leadership is passing to a new generation. In times past spiritual leadership was handed down from generation to generation. The younger generations recognized the need to glean from the life experiences, wisdom and counsel of the former, thus receiving their impartation, blessing and [...]

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Reflections and Gratitude this Memorial Day Weekend 2014 by doug stringer

This Memorial Day Weekend, many will be enjoying time with family, at picnics, BBQ’s, parties, outings, and traveling. May we also remember what Memorial Day is about. Our celebrations are because of all those who have and do serve and sacrifice for our freedoms and liberties everyday. Take time in the midst of all the weekend [...]

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Are We Spiritually Prepared & Fit for the days before us?

Are we Spiritually Prepared and Fit for the days ahead?  by Doug Stringer 8-19-2013   In recent weeks, I’ve encountered many within the body of Christ who are going through a process of pruning. I first noticed this occurring in my own life, as well as in the ministries I oversee. But I also began [...]

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“Not My Will, but Thy Will Be Done” JESUS

Has there come a time in your life when the revelation of Jesus and His work on the cross became so real that you desired to yield yourself fully to His will? Perhaps you once recited the Lord’s Prayer with shallow platitudes and religious incantations, then the words began to take life within you. Your [...]

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2013 Holocaust March of Remembrance Houston – Come Participate!

I would like to invite you to participate in the 2013 March of Remembrance Houston.  As Honorary Chair of the event, I feel it is important in this specific point in time in our nation’s history that we as the church come together to speak out against the rise of anti-semitism and death spirit that [...]

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THE GREAT EXCHANGE!

The Great Exchange Perhaps you are still asking yourself: Is what Jesus did on the cross 2000 years ago really pertinent to me today? Many professing Christians evidence little excitement or appreciation for the work of Christ on the cross. If you could place a hidden camcorder in most churches, you would see lots of [...]

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