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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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Speak Zoe Life!

Every morning, I have two prayer times. The first is my horizontal prayer time when I wake up and just thank the Lord and appreciate Him just because, because, because of who He is and what He has already done. On a particular morning a few weeks ago, I woke up but my eyes were […]

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God’s Planned Reset

by Dr. Doug Stringer & Dr. Jodie Chiricosta When we forget our computer password for some indispensable app, or we think our information has been compromised, we can ask for a reset. After a series of questions, sometimes an image verification, and maybe updating various contact information – we enter a new password and we […]

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A Different Spirit

All you have to do is take a glance at social media or the news these days to see the prevalence of hate-filled speech and unbridled anger almost everywhere. It is human sin nature to put up guards, defend our positions, and rip into those who disagree. But if we are in Christ, we can […]

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Mama Was Right!

In many cultures of the world, honor is still a way of life, especially when it comes to honoring previous generations. It is not considered unusual for parents and grandparents to be cared for in their latter years in the homes of their children and grandchildren. Instead of the elderly being a burden, they are […]

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