• Church-Quake!

    The shaking in preparation for the harvest!

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  • The Art of Kintsugi

    God can turn our brokenness into something valuable

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  • Unexpected Detours

    Navigating through life's divine interruptions

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  • Raise a New Standard!

    It's time to prepare for the harvest!

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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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One Voice, Many Colors, and the Asian American Role: Can the Church Find Unity of Purpose in Time to Heal the Nation?

by Doug Stringer Our nation, as well as the Church, is in a critical transition amidst a seemingly increasing global crisis. We’re facing the consequences of eroding social and moral values, thus our foundations are cracked, both institutionally and spiritually. At a time when we need a unity of heart and spirit, it seems there […]

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FOR THE TIME WILL COME…

by Doug Stringer 4-2-2015 We are living in the time that has come. We continue to see the escalation and acceleration of human depravity and crisis. There seems to be an increasing disregard for the love of truth. In fact, the Apostle Paul said in 2 Thessalonians 2:10-12 that some would be given to an […]

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An Unlikely Spark for Revival

An Unlikely Spark for Revival by Doug Stringer (4-2-2015) Some fires begin with just a spark. In the mid-1940s, in Waco, Texas, one such spark ignited a movement out of the Baylor University campus and its effect can still be seen on the spiritual landscape in Waco today. On Palm Sunday 2015, nearly 70 years […]

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An Appeal to Heaven

Over the July 4th weekend I joined Roo­sevelt Muriel from Colombia, as well as other pastors and leaders from various nations as they gathered in Philadelphia to pray for America. They wanted to meet in Philadelphia because it was home to the first Su­preme Court, the first federal capi­tal before Washington, D.C., and the birthplace […]

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