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The Significance of Praying Through the Season We Are In

June 14 through July 12, 2018, is the fourth month in the Jewish ecclesiastical calendar.  July 1 in our Gregorian calendar this year is Tzom Tammuz, which is the 17th day of the month of Tammuz. It is recognized with a fast commemorating the breach of the walls before the destruction of the second Temple. […]

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Pull Down Strongholds! Raise a New Standard!

On April 23, I had a dream multiple times throughout the night. Every time I went back to sleep, I had it again. In that dream, God was preparing a new pathway, a new road, because He was about to open the eyes of the blind, and many of them were people everyone thought would […]

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New Year’s Day Message 2018: Re-group, Re-focus, Restore!

A New Year’s Perspective: Regardless of what you have been through, remember you cannot change the past but the choices you make each day defines your future. “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” (Hebrews 11:1 KJV) “Now faith is being sure of what we hope for, being […]

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It’s Our Moment, Church!

Sometimes we don’t realize the significance of certain moments until later when they become landmarks in our spiritual journey that encourage us where we are and where we’re going. They remind us God is always faithful so we do not let circumstances limit or discourage us—they remind us He has been with us all along. […]

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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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Are We Living In A Nineveh Moment?

Are We Living in a Nineveh Moment? By Doug Stringer – 9-15-2015 Are we living in a Nineveh Moment? Is the Church a reluctant Jonah? These are questions I’ve been pondering over the last few months. During the month of August I was a guest minister at a Church in Woodlands, Texas during their midweek […]

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The Eagle is Balding: When The Lion Roars, Eagles Soar….Will The Church Unite to Save The Nation?

By Doug Stringer In April I received the news from my doctor that I was diagnosed with stage 4 B-Cell lymphoma cancer. My aggressive chemotherapy treatments began on June 16, right after I returned from serving as coordinator of The Response South Carolina in Charleston.  Surrounded throughout this time by the love and prayers of […]

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Can the Church United bring Healing and Hope to a Nation Divided? by Doug Stringer

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 than they love being served. An external change made only for show will […]

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