• The Horses Are Saddled...

    Who will ride them? Saddle up! If we go, He will come!

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    God wants us to live in His fullness!

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    Praying through the 10 Days of Awe

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    We are called to live according to God's nature!

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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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Church-Quake: The Shaking in Preparation for the Harvest!

In this world of complexities and challenges–where excellence battles with mediocrity, where vision and hope are robbed by lethargy and apathy—we need to know we are standing on the unshakable foundation of our faith. Sadly, many Christians today are faltering in their faith because of biblical illiteracy and because of a lack of love for […]

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Life Lesson From The Art of Kintsugi: God Can Turn Our Brokenness Into Something Valuable

The art of Kintsugi has been practiced in Japan for centuries—yet in it we can find a lesson for today on the value of our worth in the Kingdom of God. In Japan, when one cracks or chips their favorite teacup or other vessel, it is not thrown away. Instead, the broken piece is sent […]

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Unexpected Detours

We’ve all experienced them—unexpected detours. When we’re traveling and on a schedule, they can cause discouragement and distraction. I was recently traveling on a Sunday morning to speak at three services at a church in Houston. I set my GPS and left in plenty of time to arrive early. But unbeknownst to me—and to my […]

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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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