• El Gibor: God of the Champion

    A Father's Day Message

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  • Spiritual Lessons

    The Titanic & The Book of Hebrews

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  • The King is summoning us!

    Are we responding like Esther or Vashti?

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  • The Centrality of the Cross

    One Blood, One New Man, One Accord

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Dr. J. Doug Stringer
Founder and President,
Somebody Cares
America / International

Dr. J. Doug Stringer is founder and president of Somebody Cares America/International, a network of organizations around the globe 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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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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Resurrection & Power

Sometimes we get the wind knocked out of us! But we can get a new perspective by coming into God’s presence and remembering the work of the cross and the power of the resurrection. As we celebrate the Easter, or Resurrection, season that is directing us toward the hope and expectation of Pentecost, let us take the opportunity to reflect on […]

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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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