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    Join us June 13th at the North Charleston Coliseum from 10AM-4PM for a call to prayer for a nation in crisis!

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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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Prayer, a Thought

When our hearts are grieved and our minds are vexed, one of the prayers of King David can be of encouragement.

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Prophetic Perspective for our Times

We live in a time of shaking all over the world in both the natural and spiritual realms. But we, as people of God, so not need to fear. In the midst of the shakings, God wants His people to have Perspective, Peace, and Purpose. The first of these—Perspective, or Vision—is a message God has continued to put upon my heart. God made it real to me through a dream.

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The Whole Earth Groans with Birth Pangs

The earth is shaking.

In January, hundreds of thousands of people lost their lives when the nation of Haiti was shaken by a 7.0 magnitude earthquake. Close to a million people were left homeless. Only a few weeks later, an astounding 8.8 quake shook the nation of Chile. The Chilean quake was so powerful that scientists estimate it moved the earth’s axis…

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Houston… Isaiah 1

My heart is heavy for my city, Houston. It’s hard to believe that only around 150,000 in a city of a few million, cared enough to vote their convictions during our recent Mayoral and City Council runoff elections, with so much at stake. My spirit is grieved for the Church. Months ago I sensed the [...]

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