A New Day Is Dawning! And It’s Worth It!

“You might as well jump. It’s not worth it. Who cares anyway?” It was the mid-1980s and I was standing on the cliffs of a beautiful seacoast near a town where I was ministering. The winds were blowing, the water and the waves were hitting the cliffs. It was magnificent—until I heard that voice, out […]


Samurai for Jesus

As Christians, we need to exemplify the characteristics of the Kingdom that emanate from the character of our King (Jesus). To do this, we need to have a right perspective, perception, and attitude so we can advance the Kingdom of God. As the late Dr. Edwin Louis Cole said, “The characteristics of any kingdom emanate […]


Worship Is Warfare

I got the call on October 7, and I could hear the anguish in her voice. Moriyah is a spiritual daughter of our ministry who has faithfully been serving the Lord in Israel for over two decades. She and her family live in the desert, a 30-minute drive from the Southern Gaza border where the Hamas attacks […]


Are we ripe for revival?

On Easter Sunday, I was abruptly reminded I am no longer 30 years old! Lisa and I had accepted an invitation from friends to play pickle ball. We had never played, so we said, “Sure, let’s do it! After all, it’s not a contact sport.” I work out regularly, but mostly with a stationary bicycle […]


Buddy Up & Stand Courageous: Be A Man for Jesus!

One of the names of God is El Gibor, which is translated “Mighty God” in Isaiah 9:6: “For unto us a child is born, … and his name shall be called … The Mighty God, …” It can as well be translated as “God is our hero.” The word “gibor” can also be applied to […]


Mommies & Daddies, Daughters & Sons

“Mommy, where do daddies come from?” In some cases, this hard question supplants the awkward query “Where do babies come from?” Mothers are sometimes stumped in their efforts to explain where daddies come from, especially when the father is absent in a child’s life. It seems that fathers, instead of being the cornerstone of the […]


A Father’s Connection: Leading by Example

How can the generation who grew up without understanding the love of earthly mothers and fathers, be spiritual mothers and fathers to others? How can they help the emerging generation understand the love of the heavenly Father? In 1981, we began Somebody Cares by reaching out to the lost on the streets of Houston. The […]


We Need Ears to Hear, Eyes to See, Hearts Awakened

By Doug Stringer (April 2023) A troubling recent survey says that the portion of born-again Christians who still believe Jesus was sinless during His time on earth has declined significantly. The American Worldview Inventory 2023 found just 44% of born-again Christians believe Jesus didn’t commit any sins during His life on earth. That’s down from […]


A Priceless Heirloom, A Generational Legacy

by Lisa Stringer Doug is a man who will always direct you to truth.  He often says statements that cause me to process what I just heard and how it applies to situations in my life.  He is constantly reminding us to filter what we hear and believe through the word of God. One of […]


Are we seared of conscience? Create a clean heart in us, oh God!

Exposure. Implosions. Explosion. During the last few weeks of 2022 and coming into the new year, I heard those three words repeatedly in my spirit as I pushed through a season of travail over the complicity of sin in our nation, even by leaders in the Church. I believe the Lord was telling me: 1. […]

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